Dora and Diego Let's Cook

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 16, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
Dora and Diego teach kids to make awesome (and healthy!) recipes-and learn Spanish along the way

Just in time for the tenth anniversary of Dora the Explorer-the top-rated preschool program on commercial television-comes Dora and Diego Let's Cook, a cookbook from Nickelodeon that gets kids safely exploring and learning in the kitchen. Guided by Dora and Diego, kids will help measure, stir, shape, and decorate 50 exciting and super-tasty recipes like Pirate Adventure Pizza Coins and Incan Quinoa Pudding-all while learning Spanish words and phrases.

These simple, delicious recipes emphasize healthful ingredients children need fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy and include a range of Latin dishes, like Benny's Breakfast Burritos and Fiesta Trio Frittata. The book includes

  • 50 recipes featuring Dora, Diego, and their friends plus 50 full-color photos
  • Spanish words and phrases that let kids learn a new language while they learn about cooking
  • "Kids Help" icons flagging steps in every recipe where kids can lend a hand with tasks like washing fruit or mixing batter
  • Useful intro material on health and nutrition for preschoolers, plus the basics of how to get kids involved in the kitchen, including kitchen safety

Dora and Diego Let's Cook turns getting kids involved in the kitchen into an exciting-and educational-adventure.


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this is an aMaZiNG book i can teach my -1 old child how to make my 430 pound self breakfest, and EW TIMMY WHY DID YOU PUT TOMATOS ON THIS

Adorable cookbook

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Adorable cookbook with easy recipes I can make and share with my 4 and 7 year olds! Read full review

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Nickelodeon, launched in 1979, has been the number one children's TV network across all key kid demographics for thirteen straight years, with over 72 million viewers each month. Nick owns eight of the top ten preschool shows with the other two being owned by Disney Channel. Their extensive book publishing program focuses on the network's preschool properties, the best of which (SpongeBob SquarePants," "Dora the Explorer," "Go Diego Go!") have each sold millions of titles to date.

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