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Where on Earth Is My Bagel?

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Yum Yum lives in Korea, where there are no bagels, but one day he just knows he needs to have one. A story on the power of perseverance. Color illustrations.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 16th 2003 by National Geographic School Publishing (first published September 9th 2001)
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Joseph Pomatto
It is set in Korea but the kid wants a New York bagel, kinda through me for a loop but it teaches one to be patient
Connie
Yum Yung wants a bagel. A New York bagel, to be precise. How he got this idea, living in Korea (where there are no bagels that he knows of) is a bit of a mystery, but there it is.

So he decides to order in, but in the meantime it takes forever so he asks around. No surprise here, the people he asks are the same ones who has what he needs to MAKE a bagel at the end of the book.

Simple story, fun ending - it could only have been made better with the inclusion of a recipe.
Sharlet Mullen
I do not understand this book and why a begal from New York has anything to do with a child in Korea. The message is that anything can happen but very unrealistic.
Carla
Mar 24, 2008 Carla rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Carla by: Denise
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My sister-in-law has met the author and read her books. I took her recommendation and loved this and "The Good Day Cafe."
Ronna
Not as well written as her other books.
Hilary
Drab illustrations for a decent story line.
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