Tony's Bread: An Italian Folktale (Paperstar) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-01-10 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 18 user ratings

" A unique and fun story. I'm putting this one on the "to buy" list for Christmas. " said.

" Charming rendition of a folk tale about the origin of panettonne, the marvelous Italian Christmas bread. Lovely illustrations too. " said.

" Old women are interfering gossips, young women are prizes. Such is the nature of folktales. I love the folk art. " said.

" The Romantic aspect of this book, got to me more than any other part. " said.

" One of my son's favourites, we recently refound it, and I'm having to re read it all over again, trying to recall my pronounciation of the italian words. " said.

" Tony dreams of being the best baker in the country and the wonderful opportunity arises too! " said.

" I liked this book. It is a great lesson to use for Social Studies about Tony that wants to be the best baker someday. It is an Italian folktale. " said.

" Normally I like Tommie dePaola's work but this story fell flat. I don't know if it was the intertwined plots or what but the tale didn't touch my heart the way his stories usually do. Plus the bread he describes reminds me of fruitcake and the put me off. " said.

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