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Bon appetit! June 29, 2007

Posted by sneaks in display topics, J is for Juvenile, J non-fiction, summer.
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Ratatouille is this summer’s family movie from Pixar, and like The Incredibles and Cars in years past, it is likely to be a big hit. Ratatouille is the story of Remy, a rat who lives in Paris and is a serious, though unlikely, gourmand. Misunderstood Remy, who wants nothing more than to celebrate the wonderful food that surrounds him, schemes up a way to express himself through cooking with the help of a somewhat hapless human accomplice.

BCPL can ride Remy’s coattails (rattail?) with a display of kids’ cookbooks, or play up the Reading Road Trip angle with a bunch of books on Paris and France. Click “more” for a short list of books that might fill out a small movie tie-in display..

DK children’s cookbook / recipes by Katharine Ibbs. J 641.5123 I.

Children’s quick & easy cookbook/ Angela Wilkes. J 641.5123 W.

The baking book / Jane Bull. J 641.815 B.

The kid’s cookbook : a great book for kids who love to cook / general editor, Chuck Williams ; recipes and text, Abigail Johnson Dodge. J 641.1523 D

The Kids Can Press jumbo cookbook / written by Judi Gillies and Jennifer Glossop. J 641.5 G

Kids’ fun & healthy cookbook / written by Nicola Graimes. J 641.5 G

The Redwall cookbook / Brian Jacques. J 641.5 J

Cooking rocks : Rachael Ray 30-minute meals for kids / by Rachael Ray. J 641.5 R

Green eggs and ham cookbook : recipes inspired by Dr. Seuss! / concocted by Georgeanne Brennan. J 641.5123 B

Mom and me cookbook : have fun in the kitchen / Annabel Karmel. J 641.5123 K

Mary Poppins in the kitchen : a cookery book with a story / P. L. Travers ; with drawings by Mary Shepard. J 641.5123 T

Salad people and more real recipes : a new cookbook for preschoolers & up / Mollie Katzen. J 641.5636 K

What’s cooking? : a cookbook for kids / [with an introduction and recipe by Thomas Keller. On Order J NF

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