Someone’s in the kitchen with the kids May 22, 2008Posted by sneaks in J is for Juvenile, J non-fiction, spring.
The other day, The New York Times noticed that kids are interested in cooking, and that people publish cookbooks aimed at kids. Really?!
When was the last time you did a kids’ cookbook display?
Here are a few new(ish) kid cookbooks and a few golden oldies to consider for a spring display:
Kitchen playdates : easy ideas for entertaining that include the kids, 70 delicious recipes, plus menus, activities, and 10 playdates / by Lauren Bank Deen. 642.4 D
Holy guacamole! : and other scrumptious snacks / by Nick Fauchald ; illustrated by Rick Peterson 641.53 F
Yum-O! : the family cookbook / by Rachael Ray. 641.555 R
Cool lunches to make & take : easy recipes for kids to cook / Lisa Wagner. 641.53 W
Cool foods for fun fiestas : easy recipes for kids to cook / Lisa Wagner. 641.5972 W
The Spatulatta Cookbook by Isabella and Olivia Gerasole. 641.5123 G
Pretend Soup and Salad People by Mollie Katzen