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Gr 3 Up—A comprehensive first cookbook for novices. Step-by-step instructions easily spell out

how to make breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as how to prepare vegetables, snacks, and

desserts. Standard favorites, such as pancakes, biscuits, apple crisp, pasta, and vanilla pudding,

are just a few of the varied range of fare presented. This work features cheerful photos of young

people creating foods that kids love to eat. The use of healthy ingredients adds further to the

appeal. Colorful stickers and decorative recipe cards are another bonus. VERDICT Though there

are plenty of cookbooks aimed at the younger set, this is a worthy addition to the profusion of

similar titles.—Kathryn Diman, Bass Harbor Memorial Library, Bernard, ME Read more IACP

Award Finalist 2015 “National Parenting Publications Awards― (NAPPA) Gold award winner

2015 Parents†Choice Award Silver winner 2016 Momâ€s Choice Award Gold winner 2015

NPR Great Reads 'Of all the kids' cooking books that have crossed my threshold over the years,

this is the one that seems to have struck gold. I usually hand kids' cookbooks to my daughter

(she's 9 now) for a first opinion before looking at them myself; this one I never got back. Cooking

Class, written by family-magazine editor and kids'-cooking specialist Deanna Cook, seems to know

how to talk directly to kids (or at least bookish kids who are seriously motivated to feed

themselves) with minimal interference from parents. Part of the appeal is that it's such an intensely

visual book, full of colorful pages, punchy graphics and clear instructions. It's got peel-off labels for

your homemade dressings (because even a kid independent enough to cook for herself is still a

kid, and hence not immune to the charm of stickers). It's got pictures of other kids cooking by

themselves. And now, our copy's got stains and sticky spots — sure signs of devotion no matter

what the cook's age.' — T. Susan Chang, NPR “An appealing blend of fun techniques

(flowers made of fruit, anyone?) and practical recipes (omelets, apple crisp) make former

FamilyFun editor Deanna F. Cookâ€s new book, Cooking Class, a must-have for any budding

chef. The recipe variations and open-ended projects let kids take their culinary creativity to the

next level.― — FamilyFun 'There comes a time, kids, when you've got to expand your kitchen

repertoire beyond mac 'n cheese, hot dogs, and PB&J. French Toast on a Stick, Quiche

Cupcakes, Tiny Tomato Toast, and Lettuce Roll-Ups are so much more interesting and healthy,

especially when you've made them all by yourself. No matter what you want to cook, this book has

you covered, with helpful photos, easy-to-follow instructions, and quirky twists on recipes.' —

Foreword Reviews 'For any parent who is in full 'how do I start' shrug mode, wondering how to

bring their kid into the kitchen — pick this up: a few recipes in, the goal will be accomplished.' —


Katie Workman, author of The Mom 100 Cookbook, C

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