Through a mixture of eccentric humor and probing philosophy, author Polly Horvath makes Primrose's search for peace and understanding a most memorable one. Everything on a Waffle was a 2002 Newbery Medal Honor Book.
©2001 Polly Horvath; (P)2002 Random House, Inc., Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
"A laugh-out-loud pleasure from beginning to triumphant end." (Publishers Weekly)
yes definitely....there is nothing more better than closing your eyes and imagining the purely heart touching story 😊
one of my favourites was when the little girl denies to believe her parents are dead
Her beautiful expression was the one thing you would of defiantly miss....
yes...I would get very annoyed if someone disturbed me....it's great to listen to it in all one sitting
I loved the book !!! It was such an interesting story and fun to listen to
I have listen to this book several times. The combination of prose and narration are delightful. The author artfully portrays the beauty of regular people and the beauty of faith.
"Great story and narrator!"
Loved it. Good for the whole family and can listen over and over again. Beautiful writing and wonderful performance.
"Hard to follow"
Well the book in real life has like 15 chapters not 4 so say I needed to listen to just one chapter I would take me like 15 mins to find my spot. And it was also a little bit shorter.
I would not have she was very good.
No but if it was I would se Elizabeth Banks as Ms.Honeycut. For Primrose and the others I do not know.
Hard to follow
"A okay story"
The story started off sad at first then it got a more unrealistic and not so interesting anymore and was too short
"Not so good"
I did not like it because the story is just so drawing and not much surprise.
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