Warm illustrations spice up this rhythmical ode to the joys of family and food — full, full, full of pleasures.
For the youngest member of an exuberant extended family, Sunday dinner at Grannie’s can be full indeed — full of hugs and kisses, full of tasty dishes, full to the brim with happy faces, and full, full, full of love. With a special focus on the bond between little Jay Jay and his grannie, Trish Cooke introduces us to a gregarious family we are sure to want more, more, more of.
Happiness and comfort overflow in this cozy tale of domestic bliss.
Young children will be soothed and satisfied by this winning picture book that is full, full, full of good cheer.
A good rendering of families where food is another language of love.
Cooke's rhythmic prose hits a magical note between chant and lullaby, and her tale conveys a bone-deep understanding of how children cherish familial ties.