In Enzo's Splendid Gardens

In Enzo's Splendid Gardens

A man and a boy are headed into a welcoming restaurant.  Can you imagine what is going to happen when they walk through the door and go to their table?  It's a lovely table with a fountain and a palm tree and a chef with arms open wide.  The waiter is taking the order and all is calm until the bee flies in and lands on the palm tree.  

Look out!  So, the fun begins with the waiters, the trees, the plates, the lady in pink, the foo-foo and the shee-shee, are all about to go topsy turvy with spaghetti flying in all directions.

The tale of this lively afternoon is told in cumulative rhyme with occasional twists and tweaks as the story unfolds. You'll be caught up in the action and the antics as the cat comes yowling toward you and the chef looks like he's going down fast.

How will they ever get everything back together?  Where is that bee?  Guess you get more than just a plate of spaghetti at Enzo's Splendid Gardens.  

Note:  This is a story about the author's husband who "makes the best spaghetti in Oakland, California."

32 pages  Ages 6-10  

  • 978-0399231070

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