Secret Pizza Party

secret pizza partyDoes your child love pizza? There is no better book to read to your child during pizza night than Secret Pizza Party.

Does your child know that raccoons love pizza too? This book,  ideal for a 3-5 year old, is another funny and witty book written by Adam Rubin. Since taking this book out of the library, I have been asked to read this book about 15-20 times by my kids  (I have only had the book for about a week). My daughter’s favorite part is when the author describes pizza being “so beautiful, you can hang it on the wall of a museum. So convenient, you can eat it in the bathtub”.  The book takes  you through the life a very hungry and mischievous raccoon who will do anything to get his pizza pie. He decides to have a secret pizza party, but it ends in chaos when he can’t keep himself quiet with his intense pizza eating habit.

This book is really funny and will have your kids giggling. The characters that Adam Rubin and the illustrator, Daniel Salmieri creates really come to life.

Carryover Activities: Have your own secret pizza party. Eat pizza in an indoor tent or a different place beside the usual table. If it’s nice outside, have a secret pizza party outside. Discuss what raccoons are, and why they have to be so secretive about getting their pizza in the story. Describe what the word “secret” means. Ask your child,”What do you like most about pizza?” or “Would you eat pizza in a bathtub?”. This will make your kids giggle for sure. At the end of the story, review and ask your kids questions about the book. Ask your child to describe what “guest of honor” means and how the raccoon felt at the end of the book.

Check out Adam’s other best selling book, Dragons Love Tacos.

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