Multcolib Research Picks Children Like to Read about Food Too
Annotation:Tyler wakes up eager to make pancakes for his family, but first he and his dog go to the market, where Mr. Jones tells them about the ingredients and where they come from. Includes a recipe for blueberry pancakes and facts about some of the foods mentioned.
Annotation:Teaches children that what they eat and how they eat is important to the environment. Most of the food served in restaurants and stocked on grocery store shelves travels many thousands of miles by airplane and truck. The further food travels, the more harm to the environment. This enlightening new book explains how to eat locally and responsibly.
Annotation:Step-by-step instructions for creating fruit and vegetable food art, such as a funny face salad, an apple flutterfly, and a flying cucumber; and includes tips on techniques.
Annotation:Provides the answers to every child's favorite question--Why?--and inspires them to test things out for themselves in the kitchen. The book includes recipes and emphasizes the importance of preparation, safety, and kitchen hygiene.
Annotation: While Julia is in the kitchen learning to cook up elaborate, delicious dishes, the only feast Minette is truly interested in is that of fresh mouse. Includes biographical information about Julia Child.