Author Anna Staniszewski’s brand new book, The Prank List (the sequel to the absolutely hilarious Dirt Diary) comes out next month, and I’m excited that she took the time out of her busy schedule to stop by to share a guest post with us. Take it away, Anna!
Top Three Food-Centric Novels by Anna Staniszewski
Since part of my newest book, The Prank List, takes place in a pastry class, I thought it would be fun to highlight a few other books that prominently feature food.
This is an obvious one, but I couldn’t leave it off the list. Not only is this book hilarious, but it’s full of mouth-watering candy. I’m pretty sure I get a new cavity every time I reread it. (Indiebound link)
I love this heartwarming story full of quirky characters and unusual meals. Lasagna on a waffle? Why not? (Indiebound link)
I’m cheating a little by putting this one on the list since I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but I managed to snag an Advance Reading Copy (ARC) of this book at Book Expo America last week and it sounds wonderful–plus, it’s full of delicious recipes, including one for Twinkie Pie. (Indiebound link)
What are some of your favorite food-centric books?
About the Author:
Born in Poland and raised in the United States, Anna Staniszewski grew up loving stories in both Polish and English. Currently, she lives outside Boston with her husband and their crazy dog. When she’s not writing, Anna spends her time reading, daydreaming, and challenging unicorns to games of hopscotch. She is the author of the