Honest Pretzels

Honest Pretzels : and 64 Other Amazing Recipes for Cooks Ages 8 and Up

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Get ready to help with dinner for real! Are you a kid? Then this book was written especially for you. With it, you can become a fantastic cook and amaze your friends with PITA SPIRALS and CREAMY CORN SOUP or CINNAMON SWIRL STICKY BUNS and BEST HOT CHOCOLATE. Or you can fill your lunch bag with a wedge of SPAGHETTI PIE, a serving of MAPLE YOGURT FRUIT DIP, and a handful of HONEST PRETZELS that you made yourself. Are you a grown-up? Then welcome to another very special cookbook by Mollie Katzen. In these pages she speaks directly to children through 65fully kid-tested, illustrated recipes that require only a little adult assistance. It's not just a cookbook full of yummy recipes--it also gives young cooks, ages eight and up, a chance to practice reading, math, and logic skills. And think of the sense of accomplishment they will feel as they grow into creative, confident chefs.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 205.74 x 251.46 x 15.24mm | 657.71g
  • Tricycle Press
  • Berkeley, CA, United States
  • English
  • 1582463050
  • 9781582463056
  • 53,101

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2000 ALA Notable Children's Book Children's Literature Choice List 2000 Review, School Library Journal "The author's intent is that children participate in the cooking process; enjoy their accomplishments; and learn bits of math, science, and something about cooperation along the way. The nourishing recipes are clearly presented in an encouraging tone..." Review, Curious Parents, June 1, 2010: "Filled with healthy dishes that appeal to kids." "From the Hardcover edition."show more

About Mollie Katzen

Mollie Katzen is the creator of many best-selling cookbooks, including the original, revolutionary "Moosewood Cookbook" as well as "Pretend Soup" and "Salad People," cookbooks for preschoolers and up. About "Pretend Soup," the "New York Times" said: "Many cookbook critics and teachers still regard it as the gold standard for children's cookbooks."show more