Maybelle in the Soup / Maybelle Goes to Tea by Katie SpeckMaybelle in the Soup / Maybelle Goes to Tea by Katie Speck

Maybelle in the Soup / Maybelle Goes to Tea

byKatie SpeckIllustratorPaul Rátz De Tagyos

Paperback | September 1, 2009

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Maybelle in the Soup
Maybelle is a lovely, plump cockroach. She lives in her own cozy little home under the refrigerator of Mr. and Mrs. Peabody. Maybelle knows it's best to stay hidden away, but she simply adores food. Just once she would love to taste something yummy before it hits the floor! When the Peabodys invite a Very Important Guest for dinner, Maybelle can't resist. She takes a teeny taste-and splashes into the biggest adventure of her life!

Maybelle Goes to Tea
Maybelle just can't be content eating crumbs and spills in the dark like a cockroach should. No, Maybelle wants to taste the delicious surprise in Mrs. Peabody's famous Chocolate Surprise Cookies. So when Mrs. Peabody holds a Ladies' Spring Tea, Maybelle follows the advice of her new fly friend, Maurice. She goes for it-and tumbles into another tasty but terrifying adventure in this delightful sequel to Maybelle in the Soup.

Katie Speck grew up in New Orleans and now lives in Kansas City with a husband, a daughter, an assortment of pets, and a bug or two. Maybelle in the Soup is her first book.Paul Rátz de Tagyos went to Parsons School of Design quite some time ago. He is the author/illustrator of several books for children. He lives in New Rochelle, NY wi...
Title:Maybelle in the Soup / Maybelle Goes to TeaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 7.43 × 5.49 × 0.46 inPublished:September 1, 2009Publisher:Square FishLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0312535988

ISBN - 13:9780312535988

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8


Editorial Reviews

"Delightful details will make adults giggle right along with new readers. . . . Maybelle is one cockroach who will be welcome back any day." -Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review on Maybelle in the Soup"With its short chapters and simple dialogue, this story of friendship and wishful dreaming will engage readers. . . . Recommend this to reluctant readers who might have a penchant for the buggy side of life or those who want more from their world, no matter how young they are." -School Library Journal on Maybelle in the Soup"Short sentences, laugh-out-loud situations, and likable characters make this second series entry a winner." -Kirkus Reviews on Maybelle Goes to Tea