by Derek Munson
Illustrated by Tara Calahan King
Reviewed by Erin M. (age 8)
Erin M. is a student in Mrs. Adolphus' 3rd Grade Class
What would you do if someone and was mean to you? In ďEnemy PieĒ, that is what Derek faces. A new kid named Jeremy Ross moves into Derekís neighborhood. He is mean to Derek. Derek puts Jeremy Ross on his enemy list. Derek didnít have an enemy list until Jeremy Ross moved into the neighborhood. Derek goes to his dad for help. His dad says he knows what to do. He takes out a cookbook and takes a piece paper from it. He says it is the recipe for enemy pie and it will get rid of his enemy. Derek dad tells him if he wants enemy pie to work he has to spend a day with his enemy. So Derek goes to Jeremy Rossí house and asks him to come out and play. They spend the day together and have fun. They then go to Derekís house for some pie. Will Derek let Jeremy eat they enemy pie? Will they become friends? Read this book to find out.
I think the theme in this book is never say you donít like a person if you donít know them. This book teaches you how to make an enemy into a friend. This is a really good book, when I was reading it I didnít want to put it down.
I recommend this book to boys and girls of any ages. It teaches a good lesson in it. Boys and girls can learn a lot from this book. I give ď Enemy PieĒ five stars. I hope you like it as much as I did.