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Who Put the Pepper in the Pot?

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Mama Sue, Papa Joe and the kids prepare a fiery pot of stew for visiting Aunt Tootie.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published December 31st 1992 by Parents Magazine Press (first published August 29th 1991)
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Ngoc  Dang
This was a fun book to read. I read it by myself and I was sitting there laughing. The poor family had a rich aunt that came to visit. This just make me think of how I would clean up the house to make it look better when I'm about to have guess. We try our best to make sure that everything is perfect. Overall, it's not about how things look, but about family. Family shouldn't have to worry about those things.
Katie Curry
This book is about a family who lives on a farm. Papa Joe receives a letter from Aunt Tootie, who is very fancy, that explains that she is coming for a visit. To make Aunt Tootie feel welcomed, Mama Sue fixes a very "peppery" and hearty stew.
I would use this book in my classroom to study vowel sounds and to discuss why communication is very important.
Jessica Chambliss
This book discusses a family living on a farm with an aunt coming to visit! The aunt happens to be very fancy and they are worried they won't be able to impress her. This is a good book to read in class when their is extra time left at the end of the day or between subjects!
I remember our teacher reading this book to my class in about 1st grade. Its simple, but I loved it ,and over 12 years later I have not forgotten this book! I hope to read it to my children on day. :)
Another childhood favourite - and again, its follows the theme of food. A great read aloud book with lots of opportunity for doing voices for characters, and really taking it over the top.
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