On the Back Burner

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Grosset & Dunlap, Jan 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 154 pages
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Molly and Amanda Moore and their friends Shawn, Peichi, and Natasha have the hottest thing going-a cooking business called Dish! The girls have become great cooks, and their business is really taking off. But mixing friendship with business is not always an easy recipe to follow!

It's Chinese New Year, and Peichi couldn't be more excited. Not only will she be enjoying this special celebration with her family, but this year she'll share it with her best friends. But when Peichi becomes too swept up in the festivities, her schoolwork-and Dish-suffers. And when the flu hits, all of the Chef Girls are out of commission! Can the girls of Dish figure out a way to keep their business running smoothly?

Illustrated by Barbara Pollak.

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this dish series helps cooking skills. it may ound insane but the werird drama they go through is very interesting

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Diane Muldrow received Bachelor's degrees in Fine Arts (Dance) and in Magazine Journalism, from Ohio University. In the late 1980s/early 1990s, she was a dancer, actress, and spoken-word performer in New York. She has worked in publishing for over twenty-five years and is currently an editorial director at Golden Books/Random House and the editor of Little Golden Books. She is also the author of several book including the middle-grade series Dish, the picture book We Planted a Tree illustrated by Bob Staake, Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book, Everything I Need to Know about Christmas I Learned from a Little Golden Book and Everything I Need to Know about Love I Learned from a Little Golden Book.

Barbara Pollak is an illustrator, animator, and writer who specializes in children and teen markets. She has created illustrations for Girls' Life, Scholastic, and Rodale Press. Recently she illustrated the popular book "Girl Stuff" for Harcourt Brace and the preteen fiction series "Dish".

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