Supertaster’s Choice: The Luck of The Loch Ness Monster — A Tale of Picky Eating

Friday, August 10, 2007.

The Luck of The Loch Ness Monster -- A Tale of Picky EatingAuthor: A. W. Flaherty
Illustrator: Scott Magoon
Published: 2007 Houghton Mifflin (on JOMB)
ISBN: 0618556443

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Cheeky cartoon characters set in splendid sepia scenes join playful, matter-of-fact narration to solve two mysteries: Where did the Loch Ness Monster originate? and How on earth can my child detect a dash of nutmeg in a four gallon batch of rice pudding?

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Comment by Jules

August 14, 2007 @ 2:41 pm

Ooo! Ooo! Can’t wait to see this book and to hear your review (I can’t listen in my current surroundings!). We featured an illustration from this book a good while back (on one of our Sunday lists). Love his art work. THANK YOU. Can’t wait to hear this.

Comment by Beth

September 5, 2007 @ 12:21 pm

I cannot wait to see this book! I was the picky eater in my family so maybe I can show my Mom (and husband) that I’m not just being a pain!

Also, just so you know, I am the tallest girl in my family – 6’0″ ;)

Comment by Jo-Ann

September 24, 2007 @ 11:17 am

We picked up this book based on your podcast. My son, who justed turned 8, asked me to read it several times that first night. The pictures are beautiful and just the right amount of words were used! The book lead us to read more about the myth of the loch ness! Thanks so much! Love listening to your discussions!

By the way, I’m from Ottawa and would love to know what coffee shop you guys hang out it!
Jo-Ann

Comment by amber

October 20, 2007 @ 7:28 am

do you guys have a part of the website ware you can listen to the books?
thanks,
Amber

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