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  1. Calista Calista says:

    Did I get this because my nephew still obsesses over Gingerbread Men or did I get this because I am obsessed with Jan Brett? Some of bothThis is a continuation of Gingerbread Baby The baby has everything he wants and is happy as long as Matti is around So when he goes off to school the baby goes looking for friends I love the sleigh he makes of a rocking chair and the rooster that pulls it with it poofy white mop top Her visuals are so sweet Baby has an adventure and comes home to find a surprise from MattiThere is an amazing pullout at the end that doubles the size of the book It's amazing It's also difficult to fold back up at least in a library copy Everything about this book my nephew simply loves I think this one is simple than the other stories and it still does it's job I have been entertained

  2. Jeannie Jeannie says:

    How could anyone not love Jan Brett? Sweetstory with her delightful illustrations on the sideswhich include a recipe for gingerbread Lovely

  3. Jill Jill says:

    This was sort of the seuel to Gingerbread Baby I read it today just for funIn the book our buddy Gingerbread Baby has no friends and tries to find some He has a difficult time until his bff Mattie comes to the rescue and bakes him some buddies That part was featured on a huge pop up page that the kids LOVEDOne thing that annoyed me about this book was that in Gingerbread Baby the boy's name was spelled Matti In this one it was Mattie with an E Hello editor?

  4. Abigail Abigail says:

    That mischievous cookie Gingerbread Baby whose adventures began in the eponymous picture book Gingerbread Baby returns in this second story devoted to his adventures Although happy to live in the gingerbread house his creator Matti had made for him in the previous book our hero finds himself lonely from time to time and sets out to find others like him His uest leads him nowhere and he returns home dispirited only to find that in his absence Matti has provided him with just what he needsA sweet seuel to Gingerbread Baby's earlier adventure Gingerbread Friends features a rhyming refrain in which our cookie hero continually asks the inanimate delectables he meets if they will be his friend that put me in mind of the text of the traditional tale The Gingerbread Man upon which these books are based The artwork as is always the case with Brett is colorful and ornate with beautiful details throughout I appreciated the parallel narrative involving Matti and his baking that is depicted solely in the side panels of the illustrations I also enjoyed the huge fold out page at the end in which Gingerbread Baby discovers what Matti has made for him Recommended to all Jan Brett fans and to anyone who has read and enjoyed Gingerbread Baby's first book

  5. Sandybear76 Sandybear76 says:

    Loved this book I read it to several classes and they still want to read again and again on their own The Gingerbread Baby is back in this second about him He is lonely as the boy is busy doing something in the kitchen So Gingerbread Baby decides to explore the town looking for someone to play with The Gingerbread Baby leads a chase through the village and makes it back home after his adventures At home there is a big surprise waiting for himI love Jan Brett's books The illustrations are wonderful and so colorful This book had the main story going on but the sidebars had pictures describing another story going on as the main story did This book gets checked out a lot

  6. Catherine Catherine says:

    Jan Brett weaves elements of classic tales and a delicious recipe for Gingerbread into this tale of the Gingerbread Baby and his uest to find friends Suitable for ages 3 and up

  7. Kathy Kathy says:

    Cute little story

  8. Joy Joy says:

    Cute the book even has a recipe for ginger bread cookies

  9. H H says:

    Story is okay but pictures are adorable

  10. Laurie Laurie says:

    Horn Book Spring 2009Brett brings new meaning to making friends in this seuel to Gingerbread Baby The main character a gingerbread cookie embarks on a uest for companions Meanwhile a parallel story emerges from the decorative illustrations' borders Mattie bakes a whole batch of gingerbread friends who surprise Gingerbread Baby in a concluding foldout illustration A spicy extension of a classic tale Library Media Connection JanuaryFebruary 2009Gingerbread Baby lives with a little boy but one day goes looking for friends He leaves the house and heads to the village Through a bakery window he sees a man and woman on top of a cake He gains no response from them or the other cookie figures Eventually he falls asleep in the bakery in a mouse hole and is awoken by a mouse nibbling on his marshmallow pom pom Narrowly escaping and making his way back home tired and sad he goes up the stairs to see the many gingerbread friends that the little boy made for Gingerbread Baby As with all Jan Brett?s books the illustrations are colorful Each page has a side panel illustrating how to make gingerbread cookies There is a foldout at the end of the book which is a nice surprise for young readers Librarians will enjoy adding this to the library?s picture books collection Recommended Jo Monahan Librarian University of North Texas Libraries Denton School Library Journal October 1 2008PreS Gr 2 Brett's highly detailed luscious illustrations do a fine job telling this story for nonreaders while readers and listeners will enjoy Gingerbread Baby's energy and enthusiasm The roly poly youngster lives in a gingerbread house in the bedroom of a boy named Mattie but longs for fun and adventure While Mattie is too busy in the kitchen to play with him the Gingerbread Baby heads to the village to look for a friend of his own He finds some good prospects at the bakery but ends up being chased by a mouse followed by the baker and his wife and eventually a red fox The riotous run brings him back to Mattie's house where he finds an elaborately decorated cookie and candy village with a lot of gingerbread friends for him Sidebars offer instructions for making gingerbread friends to eat and enjoy The special foldout adds an element of surprise and delight for storytimes or one on one sharing Lisa Falk Los Angeles Public Library Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information

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Gingerbread Friends [Reading] ➿ Gingerbread Friends By Jan Brett – Buyprobolan50.co.uk That popular little character is back looking for friends in an adventure he'll never forgetConfident and cocky the Gingerbread Baby happens upon a bakery where he dances and prances in front of a sug That popular little character is back looking for friends in an adventure he'll never forgetConfident and cocky the Gingerbread Baby happens upon a bakery where he dances and prances in front of a sugar cookie girl trying to make friends But she just stares and doesnt say a word like all the other sweet treats he tries to meetDiscouraged the Gingerbread Baby runs home chased by a long line of hungry creatures where Mattie has a fantastic surprise for himGingerbread Friends that fill a giant fold out pageIrresistible images inside the confectionery and outside in the snowy Swiss countryside will delight Jan Brett fans.