Oh me, oh my, a PIE!


Grandma Bear has baked a pie- ‘oh me, oh my!’ ‘Yum yum!’ she says to herself, and so do we! Unfortunately, leaving it on a shelf to cool is not a wise decision, for the pie is a target for Fox and thereafter, every character in the village!

Jan Fearnley’s easy rhyming narrative is captivating and word perfect. We follow the path of pie with delight and anticipation. The gentle pastel colours and varying perspectives create an appropriate, appealing, Francophile setting. In ‘Oh Me, oh My, a PIE!’ there’s a tease to find gentle picture nods to her other wonderful titles too- Edgar and the Sausage Inspector.

I love this picture book maker. I cannot recommend her titles highly enough. It is a delight to recommend ‘Oh me, oh my, a PIE!‘ to our Bookwagon readers. You’re in for a tasty treat!


Oh me, oh my, a PIE!

Jane Fearnley

(Nosy Crow)

‘A nice old grandma baked a pie. / It smelled so good- oh me, oh my!’ The baking of the pie is just the beginning, for who will eat the pie? We travel the course of the pie as character after character get their paws on it!
This is a rhyming treat of pie-tastic distinction that we recommend to all our readers!


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