Book Review: Enemy Pie

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Enemy Pie

by Derek Munson, illustrated by Tara Calahan King

Ages 6-8, 40 pages

Realistic Fiction

It should have been the perfect summer with his sister away and a  new tree house, but it wasn’t turning out to be a perfect summer. Jeremy Ross was the reason for a not so perfect summer, because he laughed at him during baseball and invited everyone else to his trampoline party. Jeremy Ross becomes the first and only person on his enemy list that he posts in his secret tree house. Well, his dad understands enemies and explains that he has the perfect pie recipe, but in order for it to work you need to spend the day with your enemy and be nice. Jeremy and him ride bikes, play basketball, and even hang out in his secret tree house. However, he becomes frighten about the enemy pie when his dad offers some to Jeremy. It turns out that the ‘recipe’ for getting rid of your enemy is to treat them like your friend.

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