Engaging photographs follow a diverse group of kids as they find out where their food comes from, how to prepare it — and how great it is to share a meal together.
Roll up your sleeves, wash your hands, and join four different groups of kids as they prepare recipes from all over the world, step by step. George Ancona’s photographs record every crumb of effort as the children make their way around the kitchen, chopping, measuring, rolling, mixing, and learning about the food they’re eager to eat. The end result? Roasted vegetables from Morocco, fried rice from China, minestrone from Italy, and salsa from Mexico, filling the kids’ bowls and plates and tantalizing readers who may be inspired to cook up something savory of their own.
Out October, 2018
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What an innovative and extraordinary book! A fantastic idea driven by teachers invested in educating children about differences and food preparation. Not only are they teaching these kids to cook, a fundamental life-skill needed to survive, but also teaching these kids about differences and cultures world-wide.
This is such a great book and I recommend it for every child in grade school.
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