The Great Pasta Escape

The Great Pasta Escape Join a ragtag group of pasta as they complete the greatest escape of their lives in this hilarious new book by Miranda Paul Since the beginning of their lives which was earlier that morning the past

  • Title: The Great Pasta Escape
  • Author: MirandaPaul Javier Joaquín
  • ISBN: 9781499804805
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Join a ragtag group of pasta as they complete the greatest escape of their lives in this hilarious new book by Miranda Paul Since the beginning of their lives which was earlier that morning , the pasta at the factory followed the rules They stuck to their own kind They stayed still in their packaging And they never spoke to humans TJoin a ragtag group of pasta as they complete the greatest escape of their lives in this hilarious new book by Miranda Paul Since the beginning of their lives which was earlier that morning , the pasta at the factory followed the rules They stuck to their own kind They stayed still in their packaging And they never spoke to humans That is, until they discover what it really means to be pasta they will eventually be eaten by humans Fettuccine is scared, Ramen is outraged, and Mac is just trying to keep the peace among all the pasta Will they be able to work together to use their noodles and concoct a great escape

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    About “MirandaPaul Javier Joaquín

    • MirandaPaul Javier Joaquín

      Miranda Paul has worked as a teacher, volunteer zookeeper, and freelance writer among other things She is passionate about creating stories for young readers that inspire, entertain, and broaden horizons Miranda is also a thrill seeker, and one of her bravest moments involved reciting poetry from inside a crocodile pit Yikes In addition to being a picture book author, Miranda is a team member of We Need Diverse Books and a volunteer for the Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators SCBWI Learn at mirandapaul.



    220 thoughts on “The Great Pasta Escape

    • Feels like a kids version of Sausage Party but with pasta. The illustrations have a gentle vulgarity to them. Even though everything turns out al dente for the pasta in the end, I found the story to be a little undercooked.



    • I love this book. It starts with the line Since the Beginning of Their Lives (which was earlier that morning). I was cracking up laughing. The story is so funny.


    • What happens when pastas discover their ultimate destination?The pasta believed that if they behaved and remained strictly separated and properly packaged, they would be rewarded by being sent to a magnificent place. Until, they overhear the plant workers talking about pasta lunches. An investigation of their packaging proves that they are "toast." Javier Joaquin's sense of humor is evident in the personalities he gives to the pasta. For instance, a formal, professorial bowtie pasta just s [...]


    • Coming soonother humorous picture book from Miranda Paul and illustrated by Javier Joaquin. You may or may not be hungry after you finish reading this book. If your pasta could talk? This story tells you what it would say and think. Like spaghetti and meatballs, you will find the text and illustrations perfectly paired in this delightful and entertaining pasta saga. The pasta personalities jump out in the dialogue and the illustrations enhance the story with even more hilarious undertones. Older [...]


    • The pasta behave themselves in the factory, sticking together and not speaking to humans. They figure if they behave themselves they'll go to a wonderful place. Then one day they hear workers say that they're hungry for pasta the pasta panics. Suddenly, they see lots of evidence that they're going such as the illustration of the woman eating pasta on the spaghetti box and the cooking instructions. They have to make a plan, but can the pasta successfully make their escape? This book is full of hu [...]


    • All varieties of pasta are worried about being cooked and eaten. They had been very good noodles staying with their own kind and planning to go to a super place. So macaroni and angel hair try to calm them down with a plan. They are all ready to run away or sacrifice one of the pastas. Their plan of escape is worth reading this clever picture book to find out what happens to all the pasta and what Angel hair's plan was for them to save themselves and close the factory.


    • The kids voted to give this book 5 stars.It’s a funny book which reminds me of the clever picture book Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller. The pasta shapes think they’re heading off for vacation - but then realize they are going to be eaten. Yikes!The artwork by Javier Joaquin pairs well with the text.The kids enjoyed looking at the “Guide to Pasta Shapes” at the end of the book and matching them to the various characters in the story. Another great book by Miranda Paul.


    • My kids and I really loved this book. We've now read it quite a few times and enjoy picking out the puns and naming the different types of pasta. This is a creative story about how different perspectives can come together and create a fantastic plan - all in the accessible kid-world of pasta. We cheer for the escape artists.


    • The pasta have been obediently still in their packages, sticking to their own kind, not talking to humansuntil they realize their reason for being is to be eaten! They plan a revolt to save themselves. Funny puns and an introduction to pasta in all its crazy forms. I can think of a bunch of craft projects go along with this wacky book.


    • This hilarious story finds all kinds of pasta, the main characters, learning that they are destined to be eaten unless they can escape the factory where they were originally made.A fun food story.


    • What a wonderful cast of characters! Teachers would be able to use this to teach humor and plot. Pay close attention to the illustrations which tells part of the funny story. Wonderful challenging vocabulary, first and second graders would love this.


    • For young cooks who would love to see their favourite pastas come to life. Cute illustrations have all the different kind of pastas collaborating to get out of hot water. Finally they come up with a plan to escape all the hungry humans.


    • Like another reviewer, I felt that this was a watered down version of Sausage Party, so no points for creativity or originality. However, I think that kids will like that the pasta is trying to outwit the humans and the ending was cute,


    • This book is filled with laugh out loud moments and many pasta puns. My children and I enjoyed reading it together. The hilarious illustrations complement the text perfectly. I highly recommend this book to parents and teachers everywhere!


    • Tickle your funny bone with this humorous tale of escape. While filled with puns and hilarious antics, the illustrations add to this delicious setup of various pasta having to work together to avoid the dinner plate. Kids are sure to devour this fun book, pun intended!



    • It was hard not reading this book and feel like having some delicious pasta. Miranda is funny and Joaquin makes a great job in making the characters delightful.




    • This was really kinda stupid - but in that stupid way that makes you laugh. I thought it was funny, and I think kids would get a kick out of it.




    • Ever wonder what everyone’s favorite carbohydrates think about in the factory? You can find out in this lively romp packed full of noodle jokes.


    • This was a very cute picture book filled with pasta humor. I actually laughed out loud a couple of times. It was reminiscent of The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors.


    • After finding out that they are about to be cooked and eaten, the pasta at the pasta factory hatch a plan to escape.



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