Easy, tasty vegan recipes for young chefs ages 8-12
Meet fearless Frieda Caplan—the produce pioneer who changed the way Americans eat by introducing exciting new fruits and vegetables, from baby carrots to blood oranges to kiwis—in this brightly illustrated nonfiction picture book!
In 1956, Frieda Caplan started working at the Seventh Street Produce Market in Los Angeles.
In this fun and color-charged cookbook of 50 recipes, Barbie teaches kids how to bake and make good choices while creating intergenerational experiences in the kitchen.
Barbie tells kids, “You can do anything if you dare to dream!” In this title, Barbie teaches kids how to make yummy easy-to-make baked treats, from chewy granola bars and gluten-free-meringues, to fresh fruit pie
We're spilling the tea on the latest trends. Curious about the lives of influencers? Want to know more about foodies or ugly eating? Read more to be in the know. This high-interest series is written at a low readability to aid struggling readers.
Imagine a tower of fluffy pancakes topped with fresh fruit, or ice cream melting on your tongue, tasting unbaked chocolate balls, and many other treats to excite a sweet tooth.
Let's Eat Snails takes young readers on an ethnic culinary adventure. In a Sicilian-American household, cooked snails are the ultimate treat, as one young visitor comes to delight in understanding. This captivating story serves up a lesson in the value of being open-minded and not being afraid of what you don't know.
Colorful picture book detailing in simple prose the work a baker does. With fun illustrations and easy to follow steps, kids can understand what a job as a baker entails.
The ultimate kids' cookbook for beginner bakers, from the editors of America's #1 food magazine and bestselling authors of The Big, Fun Kids Cookbook.
If you can't stand the heat, get into the kitchen!
This cookbook helps children learn about making food by themselves--a skill that will last them a lifetime. The recipes in this "no-cook" cookbook will help children to gain independence in the kitchen and understand how to make healthy, yet very tasty meals with simple ingredients and no heat.
Told through exuberant rhyme, a group of children shows the step-by-step process of how America's favorite snack comes about. Beginning with the planting of seeds, the cycle moves through the caretaking of the plant (watering and weeding), all the way to its harvest.