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The Great Pasta Escape [EPUB] ✺ The Great Pasta Escape Author Miranda Paul – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Join a ragtag group of pasta as they complete the greatest escape of their lives in this hilarious new book by Miranda PaulSince the beginning of their lives which was earlier that morning the pasta Join a ragtag group of pasta as they complete the greatest escape of their lives in this hilarious new book by Miranda PaulSince the beginning of their lives which was earlier that morning the pasta at the factory followed the rules             They stuck to their own kind             They stayed still in their packaging             And they never spoke to humans That The Great Kindle - is until they discover what it really means to be pasta they will eventually be eaten by humans Fettuccine is scared Ramen is outraged and Mac is just trying to keep the peace among all the pasta Will they be able to work together to use their noodles and concoct a great escape.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Great Pasta Escape
  • Miranda Paul
  • English
  • 14 August 2014
  • 9781499804805

10 thoughts on “The Great Pasta Escape

  1. Chance Lee Chance Lee says:

    Feels like a kids version of Sausage Party but with pasta The illustrations have a gentle vulgarity to them Even though everything turns out al dente for the pasta in the end I found the story to be a little undercooked

  2. Abigail Abigail says:

    The pasta at the factory were well behaved believing that if they followed the rules sticking with their own kind staying in their packages they would be sent to a good place Imagine their surprise and horror when they discovered that they were destined to be eaten After much debate and a bit of fighting they banded together to plot their escapeAlthough I can imagine that many young children will find The Great Pasta Escape uite entertaining for me it fell a little flat The artwork by Argentine illustrator Javier Joauin was colorful and appealing with plenty of humorous detail but the story itself just didn't amuse me Maybe anthropomorphic food items just aren't for me? Tastes vary of course pun intended so other readers might feel differently

  3. Michele Knott Michele Knott says:

    Full of puns and silly humor

  4. Jessica Jessica says:

    Very cute The author personified each type of noodle When they find that they are made to be eaten they plan their great escape Good dialogue

  5. Ms. B Ms. B says:

    Learn the different types of pasta in this silly picture book that is filled with verbal humor

  6. Angie Angie says:

    I love this book It starts with the line Since the Beginning of Their Lives which was earlier that morning I was cracking up laughing The story is so funny

  7. Maria Marshall Maria Marshall says:

    What happens when pastas discover their ultimate destination?The pasta believed that if they behaved and remained strictly separated and properly packaged they would be rewarded by being sent to a magnificent place Until they overhear the plant workers talking about pasta lunches An investigation of their packaging proves that they are toast Javier Joauin's sense of humor is evident in the personalities he gives to the pasta For instance a formal professorial bowtie pasta just screams to be read in with an English accent In addition Javier's images of each pasta's dreams of a special place are hysterical and sure to entertain the kids and adults Who knew we had so much in common with pasta?Filled with cooking and noodle puns a heavenly helper and ingenuity Miranda and Javier have created a wonderful adventure with an enchanting ending

  8. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Coming soonanother humorous picture book from Miranda Paul and illustrated by Javier Joauin You may or may not be hungry after you finish reading this book If your pasta could talk? This story tells you what it would say and think Like spaghetti and meatballs you will find the text and illustrations perfectly paired in this delightful and entertaining pasta saga The pasta personalities jump out in the dialogue and the illustrations enhance the story with even hilarious undertones Older picture book readers will appreciate the story within the story Very funny and definitely a book to be read using a variety of voices Loved it

  9. Amy Lafleur Meyers Amy Lafleur Meyers says:

    The pasta behave themselves in the factory sticking together and not speaking to humans They figure if they behave themselves they'll go to a wonderful place Then one day they hear workers say that they're hungry for pasta the pasta panics Suddenly they see lots of evidence that they're going such as the illustration of the woman eating pasta on the spaghetti box and the cooking instructions They have to make a plan but can the pasta successfully make their escape? This book is full of humor and I love the expressions on the pasta faces What a fun read aloud that might make you hungry sorry pasta for your own pasta dinner

  10. Kelsey Kelsey says:

    Age Preschool 1st gradeAll the pasta shapes are happy in the factory all tucked tight in their boxes and ready to be shipped to their dream destination That is until the noodles overhear the employees talking about eating their pasta lunches Soon the noodles are terrified and must come together to find a way to escape Delightful concept with lovely characters that would be fun to read aloud but the story length felt too short for the intended audience Maybe it is intended to be an early reader since the words are in bold and aren't too complex?

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