Maple Syrup SeasonUnknown - 2008
Pancake and waffle-loveing readers will eat up this process picture book with a behind-the-scenes look at making a much-loved treat.Sap's rising! It's officially maple syrup season at the Brockwell family farm. There will be a lot to do, from hammering spouts into the maple trees to gathering, pouring, and boiling the sap. But the whole family will help together, and when all of the work is done, there will be a sweet and tasty treat.Maple syrup is a favorite breakfast treat for many children. Ann Purmell satisfies young readers' curiosities by showing the in-depth process of making syrup.Jill Weber's cheerful artwork portrays a family working together to achieve a goal, alongside cozy and humorous forest animals who occasionally "help" with the process.Teachers are always looking for process books that tell how familiar products are made.
Publisher: New York : Holiday House, c2008.
Branch Call Number: Z PUR
Characteristics:  p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 26 cm.