My Pancakes Taste Different Today! – Book Review

I received a copy of My Pancakes Taste Different Today!” ($17.95 value) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.”

How can a pancake book teach children about the environment?  Authors Heather and Bruce Galpert do a great job in their book, My Pancakes Taste Different Today! showing young readers where their pancake ingredients come from and by making one little boo boo within the environment, can alter the taste of those pancakes.

Join Ethan (aka…pancake lover) as he explores nature and people and its connection to our food in this picture book.  He also realizes that taking care of the environment makes a difference in the food he eats and that his individual choices can impact others.

Will Ethan’s pancakes ever taste “yummy” again???  Of course, along with help from his friends.

At the end of this book, also enjoy a delicious ending with a wonderful “Fluffy Pancakes” recipe compliments of Chef Johnny Vee.  My Pancakes Taste Different Today! can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and anywhere children’s books are sold.  Great gift idea for those pancake lovers on your list. 

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 Dallas and has worked as an investment advisor for 32 years, and believes the best investment to be made is investing in children.  Together, they enjoy spending time with their grandchildren, traveling, tennis, golf, and cooking.  They live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

For more information, go to www.pancakesbooks.com.

A portion of the profits from this book go to kids’ and environmental organizations.



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