November 07, 2013

Tea in Children's Books VII

Welcome to the seventh installation in this series of tea scenes from children's books. Last time, we featured tea scenes from Yucky Worms, by Vivian French with illustrations by Jessica Ahlberg, The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear, by Don and Audrey Wood with illustrations by Don Wood, and World Rat Day: Poems About Real Holidays You've Never Heard Of, by J. Patrick Lewis with illustrations by Anna Raff.

The Lonely Beast drinks tea during his travels.  The book's author is Chris Judge.

It's probably a black tea bag in the pot in the kitchen of the farm house in Creepy Crawlies, by Hans Post with illustrations by Irene Goede.

Tea scenes from the classic Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll.  Alice is reluctantly welcomed by the Hatter, the March Hare, and a Dormouse for their Mad Tea Party.

Let me know if your favorite children's book has a tea scene. You can also tweet the title with the #teainbooks tag.  Catch up on the series here

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