~Well-Read Foodies Savor the Tasty Prose in New Children's Book ~
The Wacky World of Wendy White!
A Whopper of a Tale!
By Barbara Ann Bonilla
Peppered with dozens of hidden food references and marinated
in tangy prose, this is a tasty take on traditional children's fare.
It's a rare treat for eaters of all ages! Well done!
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK
A FUN and TASTY Read for Eaters of ALL Ages!
Well-read foodies savor the tasty prose in this new children's book.
The hidden food references, FIFTY full-color illustrations and sing-song prose make
"The Wacky World Of Wendy White! A Whopper of a Tale!"
a treat for the eyes, ears and brain. The beautiful, full color book is boiling over with snappy
rhyming prose, fresh illustration and a heaping helping of saucy humor.
This FAST-paced FOOD adventure will have you coming back for seconds.
Peppered with dozens of unexpected food references and marinated in tangy prose, this unique story is a tasty
take on the traditional children's tale. Whipped up by first-time author and bona fide foodie Barbara Ann Bonilla,
“The Wacky World of Wendy White!” tells the story of two very different families' struggles and successes.
The tale centers on 12-year-old Wendy White, a girl of simple tastes, who steps away from the White castle in
search of fun ,food, adventure and camaraderie.
Wendy's journey through many miles and years brims with unexpected turns – and a chance at the family she always dreamed about. “The Wacky World of Wendy White!” offers readers young and old a delicious tale with warm lessons
in the virtue of patience, persistence and optimism. It's a wonderful story to be enjoyed time and time again.
Here's what we're hearing about this delicious saga:
"It made my mouth water!" Rachael Raise
"I hear she wrote it on a bus!" J.K. Howlings
"It made me laugh out loud." Jerry Signfelt
"It made me cry." Plate-o
"Provocative . . . in a wholesome way." E.L. Flames
"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