A First Cookbook for Children

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Courier Corporation, 1983 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 46 pages
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Simple, easy-to-follow instructions with clear explanations of ingredients and utensils take children through each phase of food preparation and actual cooking. There are pictures to color and a helpful introduction includes a basic list of necessary ingredients and equipment, cooking hints, and sample menus. Total of 60 recipes: pizza, hamburgers, salads, cookies, cakes, macaroni and cheese, much more.
 

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User Review  - ChasidyBrown - LibraryThing

Summary: A cookbook with simple easy receipts, instructions, and explanations of the ingredients. Review: Way cool book to have in the class and experiment with in a classroom. Reminded my of some of the things we cooked in my 5th grade class. Extension: Math, Measurements, Cooking, Read full review

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Christopher Santoro has been illustrating children's books for more than thirty years, including Grandpappy Snippy Snappies; A Pie Went By, a NEST Literary Classic; and the Dom DeLuise picture books Charlie the Caterpillar, Hansel and Gretel, The Nightingale, and King Bob's New Clothes. Christopher has been honored by the Society of Illustrators, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the American Library Association, and The New Yorker. He lives in Key West, Florida, with two cats, Ernie and Truman, and a dog, Stuart.

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