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Disclosure: We were sent a copy of As Nice As Pie for the purpose of this review. All views are my own and I can say that we all LOVED IT!

 

 

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97 responses to “As Nice As Pie – Review & Meet The Author”

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar!

  2. Tracy Hanley says:

    I loved the topsy and tim books

  3. stuart hargreaves says:

    ANY OF THE BILLY BUNTER BOOKS

  4. Kerry Taylor says:

    I loved Peter Pan!

    And the Brambly Hedge books – the illustrations were beautiful!

  5. Anthony Harrington says:

    mine was The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

  6. What a great gift for my nieces! #DreamTeam

  7. I loved the book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs as a kid – I’ll never forget it. I love the bit about the spreadsheet with the ‘rejected’ and ‘accepted’ column – it’s important for us aspiring authors to remember that we’ll always get more rejections than acceptances, but those acceptances WILL come if you persevere. #DreamTeam

  8. I literally loved all books! Anything that Rhymes always went down well and I when I was a bit older I loved all the Enid Blyton books. #DreamTeam

  9. Love hearing from authors and my kids are avid readers so alwasy nice to find a book thats recommended by other mums. Great post. #DreamTeam

  10. Love this review Annette! My favourite book as a child was Mog and the Baby, and my Mum presented me with my original copy at my babyshower! Such a lovely gift! #DreamTeam

  11. Really good advice from Gary. It’s the same in the TV industry, you have to be thick skinned, but learn from everything, be super nice and you will get there in the end with the right attitude! This was a lovely post with all the different elements, thanks Annette x #DreamTeam

  12. Gary really does sound like a lovely guy! Great interview, I’m looking forward to reading this with Amelia, sounds like exactly the kind of book she’d love xx #DreamTeam

  13. Mine was Mucky Mabel, I still remember it word for word! I love this interview, I am in the longgggg process of bringing out my childrens book. We’ve had set back after set back but perseverance is key!! #dreamteam

  14. The illustrations look lovely too. What a cute book! #DreamTeam

  15. Jo Carroll says:

    ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ was my favourite story because of all the wonderful characters it had in it.

  16. sweet book! Looks like Little Button is loving it 🙂

    #dreamteam

  17. Ooh, my daughter LOVES birds so this might be right up her street. Interesting to hear from the author too! #DreamTeam

  18. I still have all my CS Lewis Narnia books and Roald Dahl books from my childhood, lovely to share with my own kids #dreamteam

  19. I loved Peter Pan! Definitely adding this to our huge collection of books!
    #dreamteam

  20. amy bondoc says:

    i loved enid blyton books, the famous five, secret seven and the faraway tree books, stillhave them too!

  21. I loved The Magic Faraway Tree when I was little, also Winnie the Pooh and Peter Rabbit #dreamteam

  22. This looks absolutely darling! I am in the states, so I am unsure if I can win the contest but I did some entries anyways. Good luck everyone! #DreamTeam

  23. Nige says:

    This looks a fab book great interview and giveaway my girls would love this thanks for hosting #dreamteam

  24. Oh this book looks fab 🙂 i have entered 🙂 #dreamteam xx

  25. I love rhyming books. They are super fun for little ones. #dreamteam

  26. Wow – love reading info from authors. Probably as I have it in mind somewhere.. #bigpinklink

  27. Ah this looks fab! #DreamTeam

  28. Sounds like o lovely book! I didn’t know that author-shame
    #DreamTeam

  29. This looks a brilliant book, I love finding new books for my toddler. I loved the interview as well #dreamteam

  30. This sounds like something I’d enjoy! Love the interview with Gary, I’d love to be a children’s author, so great to read his perspective! #DreamTeam

  31. This looks and sounds like a great book. With so many books out there for little ones, its always great to read a great review or recommendation for more. I love that you got to inteview the author too, such a treat 🙂 Emily #DreamTeam

  32. When I was little my favourite picture book was Raymond Briggs Father Christmas. When I was older, Charlotte’s web and Anne of green gables.

  33. I do like a rhyming book and you both look like you really enjoyed it. Nice to have the interview as well. A great giveaway #dreamteam

  34. Another book to add to the list once baby is here. Can’t wait to read all the stories and share some of my old favourites. Can’t beat the very hungry caterpillar!
    #dreamteam

  35. That sounds like an awesome book. Is it available in South Africa do you know? Great interview questions btw.
    #dreamteam

  36. What a cute book. The illustration is so bright and happy.

  37. I love the sound of this book, and the illustrations look fab. There’s nothing like a children’s book that you as a parent actually enjoy reading, again and again! It’s interesting to hear about the author’s journey as well. Very honest, which is brilliant!

  38. Oops sorry, forgot to add I popped over from #dreamteam

  39. Aww lovely. My fav book was burglar bill #dreamteam

  40. I love the sound of this book – and his advice to keep trying and not dwell on rejection but learn from it is very wise! #Dreamteam

  41. My favourite story book as a child was definitely Enid Blyton’s The Faraway Tree. I always wanted to go to The Land of Take what you want!

  42. The book looks like a brilliant read and the illustrations are fantastic!
    It’s easy to get disheartened when your writing isn’t as well received as you hope. Looking back at my earlier blog posts I can easily see ways they could be improved so that now shows me how much I’ve learned. It’s great to hear published authors feel this way too #dreamteam

  43. Solange says:

    Tiptoes The Mischievous Kitten

  44. Jo Hutchinson says:

    I always loved The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  45. That looks like a really cute book. We love to read! #DreamTeam

  46. I adored a book called The Learning Tree. It was four different stories that loosely tied in with the seasons. Just gorgeous. We love a rhyming book and this looks like a great story! #DreamTeam x

  47. This looks great. I think my Little Man would love it.

    I remember reading Meg and Mog books when I was little – then later on The Worst Witch and then The Witches by Roald Dahl – there appears to be a theme here!!! I had never noticed that before – how funny!

    #DreamTeam

  48. This sounds like a pretty amazing book! I used to love Roald Dahl when I was younger! Good luck to the fellow entrants! #dreamteam

  49. Great to read words of encouragement and more from a writer. #DreamTeam

  50. Victoria N says:

    The Very hungry caterpillar was my favourite!

  51. We love our books and I’m always keen to find new authors to try! Thanks for the tip! #DreamTeam

  52. emma walters says:

    i loved my victoria plum book

  53. Lorraine Stone says:

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Loved the film too with Gene Wilder.

  54. Zoe F. says:

    Oh goodness, I spent a good 10 minutes frazzled because I had forgotten one of my all-time favourite children’s books! I adored Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy! It makes me laugh to recall it now, I loved the book so much and I would always read it in a ‘scruffy’ voice to my younger sister too. The nostalgia 🙂

  55. Katie Skeoch says:

    My Winnie the witch books!

  56. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    There’s No Such Thing As A Dragon by Jack Kent

  57. Sarah Ann says:

    I used to love the Enid Blyton Famous Five books.

  58. Spot the Dog! It’s now my three year olds favourite too 🙂

  59. Rich Tyler says:

    The MEG & MOG Books

  60. Diana says:

    Alice in Wonderland : )

  61. Katy Malkin says:

    Watership down and the Famous Five. Always loved reading.

  62. I was a huge fan of Roald Dahl growing up 🙂

    Lovely article and hope the book does well it sounds lovely

  63. Andrew Hindley says:

    The Lion,The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S.Lewis

  64. Emma Davison says:

    The famous five books

  65. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  66. pauline black says:

    I loved the Narnia collection by C S Lewis.

  67. Tee simpson says:

    Spot was my fave

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