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Cool Backyard Grilling: Beyond the Basics for Kids Who Cook


Series
Cool Young Chefs

by
Lisa Wagner

Edition
Library edition
Publisher
ABDO Publishing
Imprint
Checkerboard Library
ISBN
9781624030857
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“Learning new recipes and techniques is always an adventure!” This attractive book—geared toward kids with prior cooking experience—offers budding chefs nine tempting dishes. Full-color photographs accompany clear, step-by-step directions for a variety of grilled options including hamburgers and chicken wings, as well as black bean burgers and veggie kebabs. Opening pages provide a note to adult helpers, safety and sanitation tips, recommendations for side dishes, descriptions of skills readers will learn, and a guide to symbols and text boxes. The volume also contains a photo-illustrated inventory of techniques, tools, and ingredients; and most recipes have helpful tips and enticing variations. Back matter includes a glossary, a link to publisher-approved Web sites, and an index.

Details

Format

Print

Page Count

32

Trim Size

8" x 8"

Dewey

641.5

AR

0: points 0

Lexile

730L

Scholastic Reading Counts

0

JLG Release

Aug 2014

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Praise & Reviews

School Library Journal

Series Review
What’s a game day party without hot dogs two ways? Wouldn’t you like a recipe for an impressive make-ahead brunch casserole that feeds a crowd? The recipes in these books (nine per volume) hit the sweet spot between basic but bland and impressive but intimidating. Harmonious design with a retro country look (kraft paper and faux hand-drawn block letters) keeps this series looking gender-neutral. Pictures of diverse children and families appear in the front matter, where readers learn about planning, organization, and presentation, but only hands appear in the two or three process photos that accompany the recipes. An unusually good cookbook series for kids who already know the difference between simmer and boil.

Praise & Reviews

School Library Journal

Series Review
What’s a game day party without hot dogs two ways? Wouldn’t you like a recipe for an impressive make-ahead brunch casserole that feeds a crowd? The recipes in these books (nine per volume) hit the sweet spot between basic but bland and impressive but intimidating. Harmonious design with a retro country look (kraft paper and faux hand-drawn block letters) keeps this series looking gender-neutral. Pictures of diverse children and families appear in the front matter, where readers learn about planning, organization, and presentation, but only hands appear in the two or three process photos that accompany the recipes. An unusually good cookbook series for kids who already know the difference between simmer and boil.

Grades 3-5
Series Nonfiction How-To
For Grades 3-5

These 12 titles provide hands-on instruction for how-to projects in subjects from science to arts and crafts. They are the best books from series chosen by School Library Journal's editors.

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$258.00 per Year
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