Sunday, January 7, 2018

The Pasta Kidz: The Inventing Tubes by Bryony Supper - Book Review & Giveaway

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Review by Anniek

Marc Macaroni is very good at inventing things. One day, Sarah Spaghetti asks Marc Macaroni to teach her how to invent fun objects as well. The result is an incredibly grumpy PastaBall. They would like to play football with this PastaBall and Sarah turns out to be just as good as the boys. Sarah Spaghetti is planning to make a ball all by herself. Will she succeed in creating her own ball?

The Inventing Tubes is a fun and creative story. I loved how Bryony Supper has not only managed to create fantastic Pasta Kidz with their recognizable pasta features, but has also given them their own language. The Pasta Petz are simply adorable. My son loves the rhyme and funny words of their language has and he always laughs out loud when I read The Inventing Tubes to him. This story will definitely hold your child's attention and it's a book with a powerful moral message at the same time. I really like that combination. The Kidz help each other out and they show that it's perfectly fine to be your own unique self.

My son loves pasta, so I knew right away that he would enjoy this book. We took it with us on our holiday and he absolutely loved the stories of these wonderful Pasta Kidz and their Pasta Petz. The drawings are all colorful and bright and this makes them very attractive for children. Bryony Supper has put a guideline into her book, so you know what the Kidz are saying in their own special words, so the story is easy to follow. The Inventing Tubes is the first book in her wonderful series and I can't wait to read the second book, The Sorry Sticks, together with my son.

Advice

The Inventing Tubes is an ideal story for children, it's set in a new and unique pasta world that's filled with humour. This amazing fantasy world of friendship will be great to entertain 4 to 7 year olds.

About Bryony Supper


Bryony Supper trained as a professional actress at the Drama Studio, Ealing. From there she went into Rep, always playing comedy roles and has a wide range of experience from the ‘Rocky Horror Show’ to stand-up comedy and children’s television – she was a regular on ITV’s Gimmee Five with Ant and Dec, writing all her own material.

Now, using her natural talent for comedy, she has created the Pasta Kidz™ and Pasta Petz™ adventure stories for children.

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Giveaway

One very lucky reader of With Love for Books will receive a paperback copy of The Pasta Kidz: The Inventing Tubes.

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The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

22 comments:

  1. The Inventing Tubes sounds like a humorous story that will grasp the imagination of children. The illustrations look detailed and colourful and I love the fact that with the names of the character you also got a different type of pasta.

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  2. my daughter would really like this book

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  3. I'd really love to read this to my great niece and great nephew. They love humorous stories and so do I, :)

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  4. My grandson in Germany, who's being brought up bilingual would love to read this book, thanks for the giveaway and chance to win it. :-)

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  5. I have a Great Niece that this would be perfect for. It sounds awesome :)

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  6. Love the idea of the pasta characters - I am all for educating via a good story

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  7. love the originality of this, and I know exactly the young person who would agree!!

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  8. A super book for grandson, he loves his storytime

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  9. this would be great for my little ones at work

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  10. These sound adorable and very imaginative and unique!! And I love children's stories that teach moral lessons in a fun way! :D x

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  11. How lovely. My daughter will love this book.

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  12. Sounds so lovely and looks so cute an really intruiqing. I'd love to read it waith my daughter, thank you.

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  13. A great book for my god daughter!

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  14. ONE thing I always give to kids is books!! I was given books as a child from my parents and I still love my books but giving the gift of another world is something I hope never to have to give up

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  15. This book looks adorable. I think my nephew would love it.

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  16. This book looks great fun, my sons would love it

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  17. Nice giveaway. My niece loves reading and she'd love the book. Good luck.

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  18. This cover makes me laugh. Love pasta too.

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  19. Thanks for the prize - looks like a good read. Good luck everyone!

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