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Reviewed by Samantha Gregory for Readers' Favorite
Pizza for Breakfast by Phillip D. Cortez is a colorful children's book that offers the suggestion of making pizza into breakfast food. If you can have pancakes for dinner and Tacos on a Tuesday, then why can't we have pizza for breakfast? He makes a good point! The book goes through the options, starting with healthy options before descending into the ridiculous mustard and grape jelly. Yuck! I do think it will appeal to kids though as it is funny and who doesn't love pizza? Pizza for Breakfast includes some unique ideas for possible pizza toppings and perhaps kids can make them with their parents.
The pictures included in Pizza for Breakfast by Phillip D. Cortez are colourful and fun. There is a good mix of boys and girls in the pictures so I think it will appeal to both genders. The images are well drawn. I think the artist is very talented. Plot-wise, it doesn't really go anywhere, but I think this book would be good as a bedtime story that is quick to read, holds the child's interest and will give them a laugh. It has made me hungry for pizza now and I love the disclaimer at the end - many pizzas were devoured while writing this story. Overall, it is a fun book that I think will do well with the 5 to 9 age group and for anyone who love pizza and possibly has a pet kangaroo!