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7 Interesting Books about Bacon

7 Interesting Books about Bacon

People love eating bacon …and this is not breaking news for anyone, right? As it is obvious and expected, bacon has been a source of inspiration for many authors for their cookbooks. However, additionally to the cookbooks, bacon was also used in other book types over the time. Here you can see a list with some of the most interesting books that focus on bacon.
 

Bacon Books? Yay!

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Everyone loves bacon, by Kelly DiPucchio, is a children’s book for 3-6 years old children. The main character of this book is Bacon, who befriends different food types during its adventure. His earned fame makes Bacon forget about the important things in life.
 
Don’t Forget the Bacon!, by Pat Hutchins, is a lovely book for children, aged 3 to 8 years old. The story is about a boy who tries to remember the items on the shopping list that his mother made up for him. No matter what items he forgets, he always remembers bacon is on the list.
 
Chris P. Bacon, by Len Lucero, is a collection of three children’s books – “How to roll like Chris P. Bacon”, “Chris P. Bacon: My Life So Far…” and “Happy Birthday, Chris P. Bacon”. The collection is inspired by a true story, of a pig born with malformed hind legs. The author of the book is a veterinarian who took care of the pig, as he was impressed by this little pig.
 
Bacon & Beans: A Collection of Tales and Recipes from the West, by Stella Hughes, is a different cookbook, which contains recipes specific to the old West. Perfect for those who wish to take a trip back to the Old West, this book contains recipes and tips that help you cook like they used to do it back in the Old West. This book is the right choice for whenever you wish to add a bit of the past in your meals.
 
Death of a Bacon Heiress (Hayley Powell Mystery Book 7), by Lee Hollis, is a fiction book that focuses on a food and cocktails columnist, called Hayley Powell, and on the murder of Olivia Redmond, a posh bacon heiress. The story tells about the murder of Olivia, and her pot-bellied pig pet.
 
Bacon and Beans from a Gold Pan, by George Hoeper, is a true story of couple of prospectors, who moved in the mountains of California to try making their living from panning for gold. Gold prospectors consider this book truly inspiring and they recommend it as a good read to anyone, especially for those who are interested in gold mining.
 
Bacon the Pig, by J. Charles Jackson, is a book in which the author tries to change the collective perception that pigs are dirty animals. Within the pages of this book, the author tries to explain the misconception that people have about pigs, by showing that pigs are actually intelligent animals.
 

More Bacon Books Lists to Come…

There are many other interesting books to read about bacon and pigs. Regardless of the age or purpose, you can find an interesting title that focuses on this very famous topic. In fact, it is so easy to find bacon inspired books, we have another list for you  – coming soon so stay close! You don’t want to miss the fun!
 

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