The Multicultural Kids Cookbook is a simple yet effective way to introduce your youngster through teenager (ages 5 years and up) to cooking different ethnic dishes. The Multicultural Kids Cookbook features the regions of Italy, France, England, Ireland, Mexico, Thailand, Hawaii (Polynesian), and Japan. Experience an educationally enriching adventure around the world enlightening youngsters on diversity. Inside you will find handy food safety tips, tough food trivia, a name that country of origin quiz, weights and measures, a handy guide assisting the user in the level of difficulty for the recipe. In each section, there is a how to count to 10 in the countries language as well as a basic phrases guide. Bon Appetite.
|Publisher:||Serendipity Media Group|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||592 KB|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Gina graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Marketing from California State University, Fresno and also has her emergency teaching credential. She lives in the Central Valley with her graphic designer husband David and son and daughter. Her first three titles are about the ever enchanting, magical sitcom, Bewitched, which have sold over 3,000 copies worldwide. Gina’s second three titles are unofficial cookbooks and trivia books inspired by the Twilight Saga: Love at First Bite, the Unofficial Twilight Trivia book, and Bite at Twilight. Her LAFB book has been featured in Ladies Home Journal, Seventeen, LA Weekly, Vancouver Sun, and hundreds of international publications. Gina has worked for two fortune 500 companies: Xerox and Google, and has been a consultant for Columbia Pictures Television, Nickelodeon, Pop Star Magazine and her books and cooking expertise have been featured on local fox and Nbc affiliates as well as in the Canadian television documentary Bewitched Fanatical. Gina owns Serendipity Media, a promotions, publishing, and marketing firm. Gina helps writers realize their dream of becoming a published author. She also writes the San Jose, California cooking column for Examiner.com and is a business expert at business.com. She is currently at work on her next book.