Everybody Cooks Rice

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Millbrook Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Cooking - 31 pages
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On her way to find her little brother for dinner, Carrie samples each family's dinner in her neighborhood. By the time she tracks down her brother, Carrie has discovered a world of rice dishes in her own backyard.

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User Review  - Amanda Hayes - Goodreads

Carrie canvasses the neighborhood, trying to round up her younger brother in time for dinner. Every household she visits represents a different ethnic heritage--Fendra Diaz's grandmother lives in ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel - Goodreads

I like that this book is filled with important information and facts about various ethnicities. Children will see that other cultures may look different from their own, but they can be similar as well ... Read full review

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Thornton is a world-renowned expert in the decorative arts. For 30 years a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, later curator of Sir Joh Sloane's Museum, London.

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