A B The Case
It was kept in the
behind an old wooden
veryone knew it was the
because it was
mpossible!” he cried.
“Where did it go?”
Munching on a
Princess Penny Penguin waddled in.
I have an idea!
L M ove to
ake a pie
for the one who finds your golden almond.â€?
After hearing of the princessâ€™s offer, the citizens of
searched over the land for the almond.
King Oden was unable to
Seeing her father was
Princess Penny brought him some
and made his favorite pumpkin almond pie. 17
ase of flowers to cheer him up
until he took a bite...
Stephanie Mayer’s favorite pie is fresh apple pie with vanilla ice cream on the side. While being an advocate of desserts, she currently is experimenting with the use of capers in dishes. As a senior at Carleton College, she is able to cook, climb trees, be in the art studio at weird hours of the night, and host all-campus dress up days. A lover of vivid and rich colours, she is proud of this book. Elizabeth Tan is a junior Cinema and Media Studies major from the little island of Singapore. She has always dreamt of becoming a children’s book illustrator as she continues to doodle for gifts. Her favorite pie is the classic apple pie, although she has recently discovered strawberry and rhubarb pie too. She is not fond of almonds, golden or otherwise. Katie Williams is a junior French major from Kent, Ohio. She attends Carleton College, in Northfield, Minnesota, and likes to play in the snow when she doesn’t have work to do. She also enjoys curling up on the couch with hot chocolate, and occasionally knits scarves. Her favorite kind of pie is peach pie, which she eats with ice cream.
Created in Cinema Media Studies, Graphic Design 282 at Carleton College Fall 2008