Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs by Judi BarrettA sequel, Pickles to Pittsburgh , was published in by Atheneum Books; a hardcover edition followed in A cookbook special, Grandpa's Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Cookbook , was released with a variety of fabulous cooking ideas. The book details a bedtime story narrated by a grandfather to his grandchildren, chronicling the daily lives of the citizens of an unordinary town called Chewandswallow characterized by its strange daily meteorological pattern that provides the townsfolk with all of their required daily meals by raining food. Although the residents of the town enjoy a lifestyle devoid of any grocery shopping or cookery, the weather unexpectedly and inexplicably takes a turn for the worst, devastating the local community with destructive and uncontrollable storms of either unpleasant or dangerously oversized foods, resulting in unstoppable catastrophes for the townspeople. Their lives endangered by the threats of the storms, they relocate to a different community of average meteorological patterns, safe from the hazards that once were presented by raining meals. However, they are forced to learn how to obtain food the normal way. The following morning, the man's grandchildren awaken to discover snowfall.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
The beloved, bestselling tale of edible weather is brought to life in this interactive book and CD package. The tiny town of Chewandswallow was very much like any other tiny town, except for its weather, which came three times a day—at breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Life for the townspeople was delicious, until the miraculous food weather took a turn for the worse. The food got larger and larger, and so did the portions. The flood of huge food caused chaos, and the people feared for their lives. Something had to be done…before it was too late!
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A sequel, Pickles to Pittsburgh , was published in by Atheneum Books; a hardcover edition followed in A second sequel, Planet of the Pies , was published on August 27, The book details a bedtime story narrated by a grandfather to his grandchildren, chronicling the daily lives of the citizens of an imaginary town called Chewandswallow, which is characterized by its strange daily meteorological pattern. With a population of about , Chewandswallow was a typical, very small town, which included a movie theater, a school-house, and other typical businesses. However, the town was completely devoid of shopping malls and food stores, as they were totally unneeded. The sky provided the townsfolk with all of their required daily meals by raining or in some cases, snowing food. Unlike typical weather, the weather of Chewandswallow always came three times a day, at breakfast, lunch, and dinnertime.