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Author: Cox
ISBN: 0816745463
Language: English
Pages: 32 pages
Category: Geography & Cultures
Publisher: Troll Communications (February 1, 1998)
Rating: 4.8
Formats: mobi azw mbr txt
FB2 size: 1607 kb | EPUB size: 1145 kb | DJVU size: 1689 kb
Sub: Kids

West Texas Chili Monster Hardcover – February 1, 1998.

West Texas Chili Monster Hardcover – February 1, 1998. Gr 1-4-O'Brien's detailed, watercolor-washed cartoons lend just the right flair to Cox's goofy story about a chili cook-off that produces smells powerful enough to attract the attention of a roving space creature that sorta resembles a green and purple longhorn. Screeching to a halt, he lands on Earth and saunters through the fairgrounds, slurping up all the chili in sight. He burps his approval after consuming all of the contestants' entries but really gets his nostrils flaring when he puts cowlips to Mama's recipe that has been "enhanced" by her children.

West Texas Chili Monster Paperback – April 1, 2003. by. Judy Cox (Author).

Start by marking The West Texas Chili Monster as Want to Read . Unexpected things happen when Mama's rip-roarin', root-n-tootin', rip-snortin' chili attracts a space monster to the West Texas chili contest.

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The West Texas Chili Monster. 3 1/2 year old boy LOVES this book! Published by Thriftbooks

The West Texas Chili Monster. 3 1/2 year old boy LOVES this book! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. We found this book at the library and fell in love with it. It's fun to read as a parent, and my son loves to hear it and join in. It's rip-roarin, boot-scootin, west texas fun! It's a story about Mama's famous chili that is entered in a chili contest by her and her five or six kids. A 'monster' from outer space smells the chili and comes for a taste. The pictures are colorful and fun, and the story is fun to read.

West Texas is a loosely defined part of the . state of Texas, generally encompassing the arid and semiarid lands west of a line drawn between the cities of Wichita Falls, Abilene, and Del Rio. No consensus exists on the boundary between East Texas and West Texas. While most Texans understand these terms, no boundaries are officially recognized and any two individuals are likely to describe the boundaries of these regions differently.

The West Texas Chili Monster is a "goofy story about a chili cook-off that produces smells . While Cox has earned several awards for her writing, the two books that have sparked the most enthusiasm are My Family Plays Music and Weird Stories from the Lonesome Café.

The West Texas Chili Monster is a "goofy story about a chili cook-off that produces smells powerful enough to attract the attention of a roving space creature," wrote John Sigwald in School Library Journal.

If you have extra time, you can read one of the many other wonderful picture books on Texas we enjoyed including Armadillo Rodeo by Jan Brett, Round Up: A Texas Number Book by Carol Crane, West Texas Chili Monster by Judy Cox, Texas Zeke and The Longhorn by David Davis, The Wild Texas Stampede! by Margaret Olivia McManis, and Tumbleweed Tom on th.

Mama makes a huge pot of award-winning chili for the Texas Chili Cook-Off, but a lean, green, chili-swiggin' space alien smells the chili and heads straight for Texas, gulping down the entire entry.
Comments (3)
FEISKO
I bought this book used and it was exactly what I wanted. It’s such a cute story and I enjoy reading it over and over again with the kids.
Amerikan_Volga
I used this book as a read-aloud lesson plan with the kids when I worked in a low income, high at-risk district. For a week we would have different activities structured around it, and on Friday we did a big chili feed, complete with cornbread and packs or oyster crackers, and I’d bring dollar store containers and send each kid home with an extra serving of chili and cornbread. (A fun and easy way to make sure they had at least one warm meal over the weekend!)
Bev
We found this book at the library and fell in love with it. It's fun to read as a parent, and my son loves to hear it and join in. It's rip-roarin, boot-scootin, west texas fun! It's a story about Mama's famous chili that is entered in a chili contest by her and her five or six kids. A 'monster' from outer space smells the chili and comes for a taste. The pictures are colorful and fun, and the story is fun to read. We recommend it!