The Hole Story Of The Doughnut by Pat MillerThe Hole Story Of The Doughnut by Pat Miller

The Hole Story Of The Doughnut

byPat MillerIllustratorVincent X. Kirsch

Hardcover | May 3, 2016

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At long last, here?s the hole truth about the invention of the doughnut!In 1843, fourteen-year-old Hanson Gregory left his family home in Rockport, Maine, and set sail as a cabin boy on the schooner Achorn, looking for high-stakes adventure on the high seas. Little did he know that a boatload of hungry sailors, coupled with his knack for creative problem-solving, would yield one of the world's most prized and beloved pastries.&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp &nbsp &nbsp Lively and inventive cut-paper illustrations add a taste of whimsy to this sweet, fact-filled story that includes an extensive bibliography, author's note, and timeline.&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp
Pat Miller is contributing editor for LibrarySparks magazine and the author of Substitute Groundhog . Visit her website at www.patmillerbooks.com .   Vincent X. Kirsch is an author and illustrator of many pictures books, including  Noah Webster and His Words by Jeri Chase Ferris. He lives in Los Angeles, California. Vis...
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Title:The Hole Story Of The DoughnutFormat:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 10 × 10 × 0.38 inPublished:May 3, 2016Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544319613

ISBN - 13:9780544319615

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2017 ILA -CBC Children's Choice List Delicious!" -Kirkus "A lively offering for reading and sharing that will encourage the youngest of researchers to wonder and learn about other everyday items in their world." -School Library Journal "Playful cartoons and dramatic narration tell the true tale of a New England mariner turned doughnut inventor? Mimicking Gregory's ring-cutting innovation, the book's memorable design takes large circular cuts out of Kirsch's vibrant watercolors, transplanting the circles to the facing pages while leaving behind an empty frame for Miller's (Substitute Groundhog) text." -Publishers Weekly "