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How Does My Fruit Grow? by Gerda Muller

How Does My Fruit Grow? by Gerda Muller is a story with detailed illustrations and close up view of many of the fruits and nuts being described in the story. This is an excellent resource for any library to teach … Continue reading

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Mr. Crum’s Potato Predicament by Anne Renaud

Mr. Crum’s Potato Predicament by Anne Renaud is a wonderful book for children. It is based on the story of how the potato chip was finally created. Mr. Crum was a wonderful cook who was known far and wide as … Continue reading

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Otis Grows by Kathryn Hast

Otis Grows by Kathryn Hast Otis is the story of an onion with parents who seem to disagree about everything and the challenges he faces as he discovers who he is and who he wants to be. While the story is a bit … Continue reading

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Eat Up! An Infographic Exploration of Food by Paula Ayer; Antonia Banyard

Eat Up!: An Infographic Exploration of Food by Paula Ayer; Antonia Banyard is colorful and has many interesting facts about food. The information is presented in a way that children can understand but the pages are a bit cluttered. Readers will have the … Continue reading

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Candy Is Magic by Jami Curl

Candy Is Magic by Jami Curl is a very thorough book about making candy! It’s quite amazing and goes through equipment, ingredients, and recipes. From lollipops to caramels, ice cream, marshmallows, gum drops, and even chews. The pictures are mouthwatering and I highly recommend … Continue reading

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Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason

Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason is a colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast. Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is … Continue reading

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Super Sushi Ramen Express by Michael Booth

Super Sushi Ramen Express by Michael Booth is a book that gives an overview of the various food cultures and regions of Japan. This is a combination of Michael Booth moving his family to the country for several months but … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Food for Healthy Kids by Nicola Graimes

Vegetarian Food for Healthy Kids by Nicola Graimes is complete with fun recipes, clear instructions, and high quality photographs. For those looking to introduce and maintain a vegetarian diet at home, this is a very appealing cookbook. Quite a fun … Continue reading

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Rise and Shine: Better Breakfasts for Busy Mornings –with 75 recipes everyone will love by Katie Sullivan Morford

Rise and Shine: Better Breakfasts for Busy Mornings –with 75 recipes everyone will love by Katie Sullivan Morford is a great book on how to make breakfast a little easier in the morning. It is the cookbook everyone needs. Breakfast … Continue reading

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