Published September 2007
by Tricycle Pr .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jaime Zollars (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Inside the Slidy Diner at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. / And silver whispers. / Inside the Slidy Diner there are magic trapdoors. / To birthdays and Saturdays.” Best yet, all “goodbyes have been banned!” Here’s a diner well worth repeated visits—but steer clear of the “chocolate” milk. (Picture book. )Author: Laurel Snyder. The Slidy Diner is one big health code violation: the proprietress wears a fly-covered sweater and “smells like rotten grill grease,” the toilet is a cesspool, “someone is usually running. Meet Edie, who resides--permanently--at The Slidy Diner. She'd really like it if you would join her. With Edie as your guide you'll have no trouble avoiding the wigglepedes, and she'll steer you away from the pumpkin asparagus pie with crunchy-bit topping (nobody knows what the crunchy bits are). In her first picturebook, author Laurel Snyder teams with artist Jaime Zollars to give readers the.
Get this from a library! Inside the Slidy Diner. [Laurel Snyder; Jaime Zollars] -- A little girl describes the creepy decor, people, and events at the greasy diner she lives in, where Ethelmae, the owner, sweeps up sticky buns from the filthy floor and serves them, and the house. LAUREL SNYDER is the author of Any Which Wall, Up and Down the Scratchy Mountains, Baxter, the Pig Who Wanted to Be Kosher, and Inside the Slidy Diner. In addition to her books for children, Laurel has written two books of poems and edited an anthology of nonfiction called Half/Life: Jew-ish tales from Interfaith Homes. Inside the Slidy Diner. Step inside the Slidy Diner and meet Edie, the awful Ethelmae, the man who smells like mice, and all the other creeps at the counter. Just be sure you watch out for all the wigglepedes, and whatever you do, don’t eat the ladyfingers–they really are! With really incredible art by Jaime Zollars. The Myth of the Simple. The first book I chose is her picture book called Inside the Slidy Diner. I really did not know what to expect from this book. Based on some of the features of the cover, I knew this diner probably wasn’t up-to-code with local health ordnances. I wondered about the lemon drop featured in the girl’s heart-shaped grasp and what it would have.
The debut children's book of author Laurel Snyder, Inside the Slidy Diner is an exuberant, rhyming picturebook about a young girl's adventures in the Slidy Diner, a restaurant filled with most unusual characters. Slidy Diner. Inside the Slidy Diner by the amazing Laurel Snyder was the most fun I've had illustrating a book. The story had lots of icky details and the old diner setting left lots of room for visual exploration. INSIDE THE SLIDY DINER grew out of my career as a waitress, so if I had begun with an idea, I’d have written down, “make a picture book about a diner.” Instead I wrote down, “Inside the Slidy Diner, the Greasy Spoon of stuck.”. Published books. Daphne and Jim: A choose-your-own-adventure biography in verse (Burnside Review Press, ) The Myth of the Simple Machines (No Tell Books, ) Inside the Slidy Diner (Tricycle Press, ) Up and Down the Scratchy Mountains, or The Search for a Suitable Princess (Random House, ) Any Which Wall (Random House, ).