A Day in the Life of a Chef

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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It's never too early to give kids resources that will help them turn aspirations into occupations. These exciting glimpses into the offices, classrooms, kitchens, and parks of the gifted professionals of today will inform and inspire the working professionals of tomorrow. A great supplement for a school's career day, these books are designed to address kids' common questions and misconceptions about various jobs. You need only point your students in the direction of the career library so that they can "apply within."
 

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Contents

Loves to Cook
5
Planning Ahead
6
How Much Does It Cost?
9
U Getting Ready to Cook
10
A Lot of Potatoes
13
A New Dish
14
Customer Favorites
17
Sizzle Sizze
18
A Good Memory
21
Happy Customers
22
Glossary
23
Index
24
Copyright

About the author (1999)

Liza N. Burby received her undergraduate degree in journalism from St. John's University in Jamaica, New York. She is an award-winning author of thirty-nine nonfiction history, science, health, and social issue books for children from elementary school age through high school. Her articles frequently appear in national magazines and newspapers, including Parents Magazine and The New York Times. Currently, Ms. Burby is managing editor of Long Island Parents & Children magazine.

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