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Genre: Juvenile Fiction/Family/Alternative Family


Source: Received for an honest review from the author.


  • Paperback: 48 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (August 8, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 147871543X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478715436


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A fun and tasty read for eaters of all ages! With over a hundred unexpected food references hidden in the rhyming prose, this FAST-paced FOOD adventure will have you coming back for seconds. When precocious Wendy turns twelve years old, she summons up the courage to venture out from her lonely white castle, and begins an adventure that will change many lives forever. All she wanted was a little fast food, a bit of excitement and a visit with her old friend, Denny. Instead, she embarks on a journey, frightening at times, with unexpected turns, new friendships and the chance for the family she always dreamed of. Things go from bad to better in this captivating trilogy that spans many exciting years, and proves patience, persistence and optimism can pay off big time. This heartwarming story will keep you laughing and second guessing your intuition from start to finish. Grab some milk and cookies. You might get hungry in the wacky world of Wendy White. YOU SAW IT HERE FIRST! Here’s what we’re hearing about this delicious saga: “It made my mouth water!” – Rachael Raise. “Winning!” – Charlie Shines. “I hear she wrote it on a bus!” – J.K. Howlings. “Hot! Intriguing and sexy . . . in a wholesome way. – E.L. Flames. “It made me laugh out loud.” – Jerry Signfelt. “It made me cry!” – Plate-o. “Awesome rhyming! Perfect timing! I loved it from start to finish! Now I might even eat spinach.” – Dr. Sluessed. “I enjoyed the food references, but they all tasted like chicken.” – Wolfgang Cluck. Try some for yourself . . . “With that these three dear children wandered further toward the ranch and passed a longhorn buffalo who roamed the field by chance. They strolled by Aunt Jemima’s house, a rustic brown log cabin. On the porch rocked Mrs. Butterworth. Those two were always gabbing. Jack spread out the blanket where the ground was pancake flat. Denny passed out sandwiches. The three began to chat. Wendy’s dream was coming true. Happy tears drippe


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THE WACKY WORLD OF WENDY WHITE! A WHOPPER OF A TALE by Barbara Ann Bonilla is a delicious Juvenile Fiction/Family/Alternative Family. With Food references, rhyming prose, and fairy tales, what’s not of enjoy! A food adventure you definitely want to read with your young reader. Who thought food could create just a delicious tale! With vivid pictures and easy to follow reading for not only young readers but for their grand parents, and parents. With witty dialogue, fun adventures, and tasty foods, you young reader is sure to enjoy this “Whopper of a Tale”.  I would recommend to educators as well as parents, and grandparents.  Well written to hold not only Young readers’ interest but adults as well. A delicious read! Visit the author’s website for recipes and updates.

Received for an honest review from the author.

Rating: 5

Heat rating: none

Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More