Franky and the Club Sandwich

Children - Animals
Kindle Edition
Reviewed on 12/31/2020
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Author Biography

Franky and the Club Sandwich
The authors decided to write a fun story based on animals and came up with a cute frog, The story is about a curious frog, Franky who got bored of eating mosquitoes daily. While playing in the park, Franky saw a page from a cookbook with the recipe of a club sandwich written on it. The book shows how Franky gathers all ingredients, follows through the recipe, and shares the sandwich with his friends. There is a twist towards the end that will make one laugh. This is a perfect book for budding chefs that also gives the lesson that we should cherish our individuality.
About Authors -
Ms. Charvi Kunal is a junior school student with an extraordinary inclination for creativity and art. She is a good reader and a spontaneous storyteller. Her simple stories hover around a child’s imagination, feeling, and perception. She is equally bright in studies, drawing, and cooking. She loves playing different sports and telling stories to her younger sister.
Dr. Vedika Agrawal is an engineering doctorate with an inclination towards children's literature. With a good understanding of kids’ way of learning, she has written several children's storybooks. She is a quick learner and a sharp critic. She has a unique ability to give the raw stories, the shape of a masterpiece. She co-founded the publishing house, Doon Tales with an aim to imbibe reading habits in children through the magic of books.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

Be careful what you wish for! Franky is a curious frog. He’s bored with eating insects all the time. He wants to try something new. While watching children have fun at the playground, Franky notices a recipe on top of the garbage bin. The recipe is for a human concoction known as a club sandwich. He decides he wants to try it, so he sets off to find the ingredients listed in the recipe: mayonnaise he finds in half-empty pouches in the garbage, bread and cheese he borrows from the mouse with the promise of sharing his finished creation, and the list goes on. Back home, Franky prepares the club sandwich, shares it with his friends and his parents, who appear to enjoy it. However, Franky does not. Mom to the rescue.

Charvi Kunal and Vedika Agrawal’s picture book story, Franky and the Club Sandwich, is a cute story that teaches young readers the valuable lessons of accepting one’s individuality, not wishing for something they cannot (and perhaps should not have) and being willing to share with friends. The story is told in simple language to appeal to young readers and it’s accompanied by charming, colorful illustrations that help move the story along. There is a suitable plot which unravels as Franky searches for the right ingredients to try the human concoction. The climax and resolution will make young readers chuckle as they learn along with Franky that frogs are frogs and eat frog food, while humans are humans and eat human food. We are, after all, what we eat.