Cooking Art: Easy Edible Art for Young Children

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Gryphon House, Inc., 1997 - Education - 192 pages
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Transform the classroom into an artist's studio with these easy edible art experiences. Organized by theme, such as Shapes & Forms and Color & Design, Cooking Art combines the familiar area of art exploration with the fascinating world of cooking, including all its wondrous tools, tastes and outcomes. Includes recipes for snacks, sandwiches, drinks, desserts, breads, fruit as well as pet treats.

Each recipe allows ample room for cooking artists to explore and create in their own special ways!
 

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It was the best book ever because it all looked so Good.
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I will always like it very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Shapes Forms 23
Flowers Trees 85
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About the author (1997)

Award-winning author MaryAnn Kohl has written 14 books for Gryphon House. Her philosophy, “It's the process, not the product,” guides her writing as she provides open-ended art activities for young children. MaryAnn's activities focus on the experience of art, not the final product a child creates.

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