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

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-26 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 18 user ratings

" Story is flat and not all that interesting. Pictures in the Strega Nona style. " said.

" Cute story. Of course I like most of dePaola's books. " said.

" 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.

" DePaola is one of this parent's favorite authors. The tale kept all of us interested. Repeated readings bring new details in the illustrations to everyone's attention. " said.

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