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Who Ate All The Cookie Dough?

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Who Ate All The Cookie Dough?

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Reviews

“Some books are just sure-fire winners for story sharing with young listeners! Who Ate All the Cookie Dough? is guaranteed to have your audience chiming in with its call-and-response patterned text and simple, bold gouache illustrations to support participation from pre-readers.”

—Elementary Book Review

“This book’s repetition and rhymes — reminiscent of the question-and-answer rhythm of Bill Martin Jr.’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? — make it a good choice for beginning readers and for chant-along story times.”

—School Library Journal

“A good offering for new readers looking for books to read independently…the amusing illustrations of popular animals and the jaunty rhythm and rhyme will make this a favorite.”

—Kirkus Reviews


Awards & Honors

2009 International Reading Association/Children’s Book Council Children’s Choice List

2009 Please Touch Museum Book Award