Before going fishing one day, Ethan eats his favorite breakfast—pancakes. As his mom explains how his pancakes are made with help from the sun, clouds, rain, animals, and farmers, Ethan sees the world in a new way.
While playing outside, Ethan decides to create a big splash by throwing a can in the lake and accidentally contaminates the environment. Time passes and one day Ethan notices that his pancakes taste different. Realizing his decision to make a big splash caused a problem which affected his food, Ethan enlists the help of his friends to correct his mistake.
Do Ethan and his friends fix the taste of the pancakes? What do they learn in the process?
This book will appeal to readers ages 3-9 as well as lovers of the environment.
This is a delightful story and love how it teaches about how important it is to take care of our environment! A Must-Read!~ SoCal City Kids.
About the Authors
Heather and Bruce Galpert are a husband and wife team. Heather is a graduate of Evergreen State College and has worked professionally in events and fundraising for nonprofit organizations including the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, The Santa Fe Community Foundation, and The Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Bruce attended the University of Dalla, has worked as an investment advisor for 32 years, and believes the best investment to be made is investing in children.
Self Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book to participate in this Book Blog Tour.