Authors in the Pantry: Recipes, Stories, and More

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Libraries Unlimited, Dec 1, 2006 - Cooking - 265 pages
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More treats More author profiles More fun This companion to McElmeel's "Authors in the Kitchen" focuses on another 50 popular children's authors, including Berthe Amoss, Betsy Byars, Jean Fritz, Johanna Hurwitz, and others, with delectable recipes contributed by the authors or based on their books.

You'll learn fascinating facts about each author and read the stories behind the recipes. Biographical details, author photos, book lists, and reading connections make this a perfect resource for library, classroom, and home. If you love children's books and food, you'll love this book. It's a delicious way to learn about children's authors and literature, and a great gift for children's literature lovers

You'll learn fascinating facts about each author and read the stories behind the recipes. Biographical details, author photos, book lists, and reading connections make this a perfect resource for library, classroom, and home. If you love children's books and food, you'll love this book. It's a delicious way to learn about children's authors and literature, and a great gift for children's literature lovers Grades K-6.

 

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Contents

Sue AlexanderFudge
1
Berthe AmossPralines
7
Marsha Diane ArnoldMak Kuchen
11
Tom BirdseyeChunky Chocolate Chip Cookies
15
Maribeth BoeltsGrilled Pork
21
Roger BradfieldPickle Chiffon Pie
27
Marlene Targ BrillCorn Bread
31
Craig BrownPotato Salad
37
Helen KettemanOld Time Jam Cake
133
Eric A KimmelBialys
139
Sandy LantonLatkes
145
Laurie LawlorThai Stir Fry
149
Loreen LeedySpritz Cookies
155
Cynthia Leitich Smith and Greg Leitich SmithChocolateCovered Strawberries
159
E B LewisWaffles
167
Peter MandelSteamed Chinese Dumplings
173

Don BrownChopped Liver
41
Joseph BruchacBlueberry Pancakes
47
Betsy ByarsChocolate Mayonnaise Cake
53
Stephanie CalmensonApple Cake
57
Elisa CarbonePolenta
63
Nancy CarlsonCupcakes with Pink Frosting
69
Penny ColmanConcoction Vegetable Stew
75
Diane deGroatSugar Cookies
79
Norah DooleyRice
83
Lois EhlertVegetable Soup
87
Jill EsbaumCinnamon Rolls
91
Jean FritzHoe Cakes
97
Wendy Anderson HalperinDazzling Bread
101
Will HillenbrandBlueberry and Nut Salad
107
Deborah HopkinsonBaking Powder Biscuits
111
Carol Otis HurstFried Chicken
117
Johanna HurwitzBlueberry Soup
123
Jennifer R JacobsonSmores Bars
129
Rafe MartinRava Masala Dosai
177
Ann MorrisVdolky
181
Robin PulverSzegediner Goulas
187
Candice RansomApple Butter and Biscuits
191
James Ransome and Lesa ClineRansomeCrab Cakes
195
Peter Roop and Connie RoopClam Chowder
203
Nicole RubelMatzo Ball Soup
211
Claudia RuedaToasted BigBottomed Ants
217
Pam Muņoz RyanRice and Beans
223
Diane StanleyBlackberry Pie
229
Hope VestergaardYellow Cake
235
Deborah WilesTuna Salad Sandwich
241
Linda S WingerterBroccoli Chicken Pasta
247
Credits
253
General Index
259
Recipe Index
263
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About the author (2006)

Sharron L. McElmeel is founder of McBookwords, a literacy organization and an instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin, where she teaches courses in children's and young adult literature. She is also a writer and educational consultant who has built a national reputation in the area of children's and young adult literature, and she is an often-requested conference speaker. She was named Iowa Reading Teacher of the Year in 1987 and in 2003 she received the Iowa Reading Association's State Literacy Award in recognition of her lifelong efforts to build literacy and literature appreciation in the community. In 2004, she was named one of the top ten online educators by Innovative Teaching newsletter. She maintains a Web site at http://www.mcelmeel.com.

Deborah L. McElmeel earned a graduate degree in science from the University of Iowa and after teaching for several years in the Chicago Public School system, she now teaches chemistry at Stoughton High School, Stoughton, Wisconsin.

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