Secret Pizza Party

Rubin, Adam

Book - 2013
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Secret Pizza Party
While Raccoon is eating pizza at his secret pizza party, he sees a masquerade party going on in the house next door to him and joins the fun.

Publisher: New York :, Dial Books for Young Readers,, [2013], ©2013
ISBN: 9780803739475
Branch Call Number: FICTION Rub
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Salmieri, Daniel 1983-


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While Raccoon is alone at his secret pizza party, he sees a masquerade party at the house next door and joins the fun.

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Apr 24, 2014
  • CRRL_CraigGraziano rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

If there is one universal truth in life, it's that everyone loves pizza, even raccoons. One raccoon in particular is obsessed with pizza. All he wants is a Secret Pizza Party.

He stands outside the pizza parlor, eyes locked on the gooey, cheesy slices. Nothing can break him away from that desire, except for the owner, who chases him with a broom. A secret pizza party would be oh-so-much better.

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Feb 24, 2014
  • KRockstar10 rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Three and a half stars and I'm rounding up because I love Adam Rubin. This was not as good as "Dragons Love Tacos," (and if you have not read that book, what are you waiting for??) but it was very cute and fun.

Dec 04, 2013
  • forbesrachel rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

For the chance to eat pizza, this raccoon will try anything, even throwing a secret pizza party. For the silliest of reasons he risks brooms, capture, and raccoon-sniffing robots, but boy is it worth it.

The desire to eat a favourite food is put into new light, and no animal could better represent this than a scavenger that everyone considers a pest. The design of this creature only modifies his sneakiness, for his features have a long black mask, and at one point he even wears a disguise.

The story progresses in a concise manner, starting with his troubles, why he wants pizza, the plan and why it must be secret (he is right, secret things are better than their regular counterparts), and the conclusion of said plan.

All-in-all their is little point to all this beyond just being a funny jaunt with a pizza-loving raccoon.


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Jul 10, 2014
  • orange_tiger_1463 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

orange_tiger_1463 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages


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