Anthony Michael Hall’s character in Breakfast Club is adamant that he is worthy of affection. Citing a foreign girlfriend, Brian says, “She lives in Canada. I met her at Niagara Falls. You wouldn’t know her.”
Well, we have always believed that What Every Child Needs To Know About Pizza is worthy of affection, that affection honestly is coming from Canada, and, if you don’t know her, you should.
Canadian Marilyn Panton’s blog is gaining quite a following all over North America. We are thrilled with her review of What Every Child Needs To Know About Pizza, in which she describes the book as “classy” and “savvy.” You can read the full review here.
As our waistbands evidence, a lot of research went into What Every Child Needs To Know About Pizza. It is satisfying to see a smart, hip reviewer like Marilyn get it. Thank you, Marilyn.