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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever been hungry and angry all at the same time? Have you ever met someone hungry and angry? Quite often hungry kids tend to be difficult to deal with or please. For most kids, it seems as if anger kicks in once they get hungry. The worst thing about this is that the hungrier they get, the angrier they get. Woe unto you if you have no idea of what to do or give them. Do not worry, there is a perfect way to end all that hungry kid fury and put a smile on their faces quickly. Get yourself Joe Ciccarelli’s When You Meet a Hangry Howard to know just what to do for a Hangry kid.
Lovers of children's picture books involving food will relish Joe Ciccarelli’s When You Meet a Hangry Howard. Joe’s choice of words will sharpen your child’s grasp of English as well as introduce a variety of local and foreign dishes. It gets even better with the pictures of the various foods described, and the beautiful images complement the text. These served to trigger my imagination and add color to the story. Joe’s playful tone conveys the moral of the tale with humor. Whether you choose to run away from or cook for Hangry Howard, things will only get worse. Hangry Howard only wants one thing and you will be surprised at how easy it is to find it.