Best Children’s Cookbooks Books for 12 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 children’s cookbooks books for 12 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Charlie Learns To Cook (The Charlie and Nana Cookbook Series 1)

by: Midge Newth
Release date: Nov 14, 2014
Number of Pages: 29
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Charlie was sad that he had to stay indoors on a rainy day. His grandma, Nana suggested that he begin an adventure: his first cooking lesson! Follow along as Nana teaches Charlie how to gather ingredients, make fancy hotdogs with dipping sauce and cookies and learn the basics of cooking.
Children love to help cook. In addition to being a fun story to read to your children, this book includes three easy-to-make recipes that little ones are sure to enjoy making and eating.
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2. Charlie Helps Nana Make Christmas Cookies (The Charlie and Nana Cookbook Series 4)

by: Midge Newth
Release date: Jan 11, 2015
Number of Pages: 49
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Charlie and his grandma, Nana, are in the kitchen again! In this story, he is invited to help her bake Christmas cookies.
Nana teaches Charlie how to gather ingredients, make three tasty cookies and learn the basics of cooking.
Children love to help cook. In addition to being a fun story to read to your children, this book includes easy-to-make recipes that little ones are sure to enjoy helping you make and eat!
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Christian Books & Bibles > Christian Living > Holidays > Christmas

3. Cooking Around the Country with Kids: USA Regional Recipes and Fun Activities

by: Amy Houts
Release date: Nov 25, 2009
Number of Pages: 272
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This cookbook helps children learn about the cultural food differences that make up our great country. It introduces the concept of cultural diversity in a way that captures the child’s interest and helps in the understanding of how different cultures came to co-exist yet continue to celebrate their uniqueness. This USA-themed cookbook encourages children to re-engage with the history of the United States through food and fun activities.
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4. You’re the Chef: A Cookbook Companion for A Smart Girl’s Guide: Cooking

by: Lisa CherkaskyElisa Chavarri
Release date: Mar 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 80
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What’s healthy, delicious, and simple? All the recipes in this book! You’ll discover easy directions for making meals, planning parties, and preparing snacks, plus beautiful full-color photography for every recipe. This is the perfect companion to A Smart Girl’s Guide: Cooking, and a great way to try out newly discovered culinary skills. So get ready to delight the taste buds of your family and friends — and yourself, too. And prepare to be amazed by how many mouthwatering things you can make! The book also includes an overview of cooking terms and tools, safety rules, and instructions on how to read a recipe.
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5. Cool World Cooking: Fun and Tasty Recipes for Kids!

by: Lisa Wagner
Release date: Jul 09, 2013
Number of Pages: 160
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Give up-and-coming chefs a chance to explore the foods of the world! This international cookbook has over 50 recipes from 6 different cultures and introduces readers to world geography and authentic, easy-to-make recipes that taste great. Learn about African, French, Italian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and Japanese and Chinese cooking. Each kid-tested recipe includes step-by-step instructions and how-to photos. Tools and ingredients lists are also provided, along with pronunciation guides when needed. So grab an apron and prepare for a tasty adventure!

Books include: ingredients and tool lists, visual index of cooking terms, world map with highlighted areas, step-by-step instructions and photos, and allergy and safety information.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Health > Diet & Nutrition

6. Greek Revival from the Garden: Growing and Cooking for Life (Young Palmetto Books)

by: Patricia Moore-Pastides
Release date: Jun 15, 2013
Number of Pages: 160
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Patricia Moore-Pastides, author of Greek Revivial: Cooking for Life, heads to the garden in this new cookbook that makes a do-it-yourself healthful lifestyle possible, offering guidance on how to pursue healthy eating, starting from the ground up. Moore-Pastides, an accomplished cook and public-health professional, presents all new recipes focused on bringing the bounty of the garden to the table in easy and accessible ways. Targeting young adults but valuable for all novices, Greek Revival from the Garden focuses on the time-tested Mediterranean diet–recommended for great taste, good health, and long life–and on learning simple, delicious cooking methods that foster a happy and healthy relationship with good food.
The growing section provides all the information necessary for those interested in organic gardening to cultivate an exciting array of fruits and vegetables in containers, raised beds, or yard gardens. Topics include preparing the soil, composting to create organic fertilizer, watering, working with basic tools, and dealing with common pests and problems. Color photographs are provided to inspire new gardeners toward more than just tomatoes and cucumbers.
Greek Revival from the Garden then invites the reader into the kitchen. This section assumes little prior cooking knowledge or experience and includes kitchen safety, common equipment and cooking methods, and observations from cooking class participants. The highlight of the cooking section are the recipes themselves: a beautifully photographed sampling of fifty mouth-watering dishes prepared with the harvest of homegrown vegetables as the stars, including garden gazpacho, curried butternut squash and apple soup, and nut crusted creamy almond fruit tart.
Throughout the book, Moore-Pastides inspires healthy habits by introducing simple ways to grow and prepare nutritious dishes, and promotes a long and fulfilling lifetime relationship with food from garden to table.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Nature > Gardening

7. A Smart Girl’s Guide: Cooking: How to Make Food for Your Friends, Your Family & Yourself (Smart Girl’s Guides)

by: Patricia DanielsDarcie JohnstonElisa Chavarri
Release date: Mar 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 120
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Have you ever thought about how awesome cooking really is? It’s actually pretty cool to take ingredients and combine them in a special way to make something totally different — and delicious! Plus, sharing your tasty creations with family and friends makes it even more fun. Think of this book as your first step toward developing your culinary skills. You’ll learn the basics like chopping, mixing, and blending; then you’ll practice those skills with some classic recipes. Your family and friends will be amazed when you delight their taste buds! But that’s not all. Cooking is also about presentation and making things look appetizing. You’ll get tips and suggestions for pretty presentations, and learn how to plan a complete meal, too. So grab an apron, plop on a chef’s hat, and get cooking!
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8. A Trip to the Store: How to Choose and Enjoy Nutritious Foods

by: Florentina Marcu
Release date: May 20, 2016
Number of Pages: 38
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“A Trip to the Store” is a story about two girls who go to the store with their mom to pick a variety of real foods — foods that grow in nature — and participate in preparing a delicious dinner. The story teaches children how to navigate a supermarket in search of real, nutritious foods; how to interpret labels on packaged foods; and how to make informed buying decisions that avoid highly processed foods.

As the girls and their mom make their way around the supermarket and then prepare dinner together, children learn the difference between refined and whole grain; what to look for when checking ingredient labels; and how to avoid having too much sugar, while still enjoying delicious desserts.

Florentina Marcu, an integrative nutrition health coach and mom, believes that Mother Nature knows best when it comes to the foods we eat. Involving children in choosing and preparing nutritious meals and guiding them in creating their own version of a grocery list helps children to grow healthy and strong and empowers them with skills that will serve them throughout their entire lives.

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9. Cooking Around the Calendar with Kids: Holiday and Seasonal Food and Fun

by: Amy HoutsTerri Wilson
Release date: Apr 14, 2014
Number of Pages: 128
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First Place Major Work Award – Missouri Writers Guild Helps children celebrate the changing seasons with seasonal food and fun activities. Included are bits of history and culture, great field trip ideas, and family gift suggestions that can keep kids cooking all year long. Involving children in food preparation activities not only helps children learn to cook but provides them with many other hands-on learning experiences. It can even trigger meaningful traditions for holidays, events, and special or everyday occasions.
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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Non-religious

10. Cooking Is Cool: Heat-Free Recipes for Kids to Cook

by: Marianne E. Dambra
Release date: Jul 05, 2013
Number of Pages: 145
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More than 50 heat-free recipes packed with flavor and learning

Cooking can be a delicious learning experience for children. As children read recipes, measure ingredients, and taste each dish, they build math and literacy skills, practice science process skills, and explore different food groups. Cooking Is Cool makes all of this hands-on learning possible without stepping foot in the kitchen. These classroom-friendly recipes are all heat-free, meaning they can be made without an oven, stove, microwave, or hot plate. With your guidance, budding chefs can follow the easy instructions to transform fresh, simple ingredients into tasty snacks, beverages, entrees, and treats.

This book includes more than 50 heat-free recipes that are fun to make and taste great, an explanation of the learning that occurs as children cook, tips to create your own classroom cooking center, and nutrition information, extension ideas, and interesting food facts.

Marianne E. Dambra, president of Early Childhood Education Network of Rochester, Inc., has presented on heat-free cooking with children at national and regional conferences since 1994.

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11. Charlie and Nana Learn About Diabetes: The Charlie and Nana Cookbook Series

by: Midge NewthJhoiye Mendoza
Release date: May 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 74
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Charlie and Nana learn about diabetes in this book, with new and healthy dessert recipes inside.
Charlie and Nana learn that Grandpa has diabetes and need to learn how to cook without the carbohydrates of refined sugars. Dealing with diabetes can be a scary and challenging if it is not controlled.
Charlie and Nana need to learn how to make tasty diabetic desserts that are healthy and taste good. Read and see how Charlie learns how to cook healthy desserts for his Grandpa.
Charlie continues the cooking adventure with his eighth cooking lesson. Follow along as Nana teaches Charlie how to gather ingredients, make three tasty dessert recipes, and learn the basics of cooking.
Children love to help cook. In addition to being a fun story to read to your children, this book includes yummy, easy-to-make recipes that little ones are sure to enjoy helping you make and eat!
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12. Food, Faith and Fun: A Faithgirlz! Cookbook

by: Various Authors
Release date: Oct 07, 2012
Number of Pages: 160
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Stir Up Some Food, Fun & Faith in the Kitchen

Grab your apron and a friend or two and cook up some tasty treats and yummy eats. With step-by-step instructions and photos good enough to make your mouth water, this cookbook helps you master simple recipes, impressive main courses, and elegant deserts, including:

Homemade Hot Pretzels

Toffee Tarts

White Chicken Chili

Mango Chicken Quesadillas

Best Friend Cupcakes

Soups, smoothies, holiday recipes, and much more?some contributed from other Faithgirlz just like you. Plus, you’ll also experience cooking as a memory-making, God-honoring, wonderful way to share and serve delicious food with those you love.

So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.

?1 Corinthians 10:31

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13. Christmas Cook It in a Cup!: Meals and Treats Kids Can Cook in Silicone Cups

by: Julia MyallGreg Lowe
Release date: Sep 23, 2014
Number of Pages: 64
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Just in time for the holiday season, Christmas Cook It in a Cup! brings delicious holiday spirit—and 6 colorful silicone baking cups—to kids eager to cook up holiday cheer! This spirited, Christmas-themed sequel to Cook It in a Cup! and Party in a Cup! serves up more than 20 mouthwatering recipes, from breakfast goodies to holiday-table main courses to perennially popular Christmas favorites. Simple, step-by-step instructions guide young cooks through the process, allowing them to relish in this one-of-a-kind Christmas culinary experience as they whip up tasty treats for holiday parties, family gatherings, and cookie exchanges.
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14. Food, Football, and Fun! (Sports Illustrated Kids)

by: Katrina Jorgensen
Release date: Feb 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 144
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Whether you’re throwing a football party, tailgating at the stadium, or playing in the game, these recipes have you covered. Hand off a pizza pocket football at home, grill up some Thai peanut chicken kabobs at the game, or celebrate with a chocolate-banana smoothie after a big win. With more than 60 recipes, Sports Illustrated Kids’ Food, Football, and Fun will keep your hunger in check this football season!
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Children’s Books > Sports & Outdoors > Football

15. American Girl Cooking: Recipes for Delicious Snacks, Meals & More

by: Williams-SonomaAmerican Girl
Release date: Oct 04, 2016
Number of Pages: 128
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Now a 2016 Parents’ Choice Award® winner! 

The second book from Williams-Sonoma and American Girl, American Girl Cooking, is packed with great recipes fit for any occasion! Learn how to whip up tasty treats for movie nights, picnics, fiestas, family dinners, and more! Filled with delicious snacks, soups and salads, main dishes, and side dishes, you’ll be on your way to becoming the best chef in town. 

Cook up some fun with American Girl Cooking—the perfect cookbook for the emerging chef (and American Girl fan) in your family. Packed with great, easy-to-follow recipes fit for any occasion, this new title will inspire young cooks to get in the kitchen and create delicious, wholesome dishes and give a great sense of accomplishment.

Being able to cook good food is a skill you’ll enjoy and benefit from your entire life. With this book as your very own cooking coach, learn how to make tasty and nutritious snacks, soups, salads, main dishes, and more to share with your friends and family.

Snacks: From caprese kebabs to lemony hummus to hot cheese dip, these recipes are perfect for sharing and satisfying between-meal cravings.

Soups & Salads: Featuring comforting favorites like chicken noodle soup and creamy tomato soup with cheese toasts and lighter fare like taco and BLT salads, there’s something here for everyone.

Main Dishes: A wide range of impressive-yet-easy dinners, such as rosemary roast chicken, spaghetti and meatballs, and fish tacos with slaw, are both nourishing and delectable.

Side Dishes: Buttery peas with mint, creamiest mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, cheesy garlic bread, and more round out any meal.

American Girl Cooking goes with the exclusive line of cookware products from Williams-Sonoma and American Girl, but these delicious recipes can also be made with the utensils you already have in your home. This companion title to American Girl Baking will be a staple in the kitchen for your little chef. 

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16. Catnip T and Herb: A Child’s Devotional and Tea Party Cookbook

by: Deanna Stalnaker
Release date: Aug 21, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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Have you ever felt betrayed by those who you thought were your friends? Catnip T and Herb planned a special tea party to share with all their closest friends, but on the day of the party none of them came. They became saddened because of all the work they had done to make it special for them. So Duke, the dog, who also helped in preparing for the party, decided to go out and find some ‘new’ friends to share in their fun. The moral of the story is that sometimes our friends let us down, but God is always there for us. The pictures in the book are of both farm and wild animals. Most of the pictures have simple Bible verses about the meaning of true friendship. At the end of the book there are several recipes that can be used for a children’s tea party as well as instructions on how to make an invitation. The story is loosely based on the parable in the Gospel of Luke about the rich man who invited his friends to a feast and no one came and so his servant went out to invite others to come.
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17. Pioneer Farm Cooking (Exploring History Through Food)

by: Mary Gunderson
Release date: Aug 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
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Explores Pioneer life and the foods they ate.  Details the foods and how they were gathered, grown and made on the Frontier. Includes a recipe to try at home.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > 1800s

18. I Can Cook: Puddings and Desserts: A Children’s Cookbook (My Children’s Cookbooks 2)

by: Marika Germanis
Release date: Jul 23, 2014
Number of Pages: 30
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I Can Cook Puddings and Desserts is a basic children’s cookbook ideal for beginners. With easy step by step instructions, your children who will instantly learn to make these simple pudding and dessert recipes with adult guidance and supervision. In no time your children will be making these delicious recipes; pancakes, bread and butter pudding, jellos and more just like my granddaughter “Imsi” makes.

I Can Cook Puddings and Desserts is the second book in the My Children’s Cookbook series which will provide fun baking activities in the kitchen and something nutritious and scrumptious to eat afterwards!

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19. The Lulu Baker Trilogy: 03: Chocolate Wishes (Jinx,The Lulu Baker Trilogy)

by: Fiona Dunbar
Release date: Sep 17, 2009
Number of Pages: 256
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Lulu Baker and her magical cookbook are back, in the final book of the Lulu Baker trilogy! But so, unfortunately, is the dreaded Varaminta le Bone. And this time she’s managed to get her hands on Lulu’s precious recipe book. Lulu must once again use all her wiles to ruin the evil plans of Varaminta and her son, the dastardly Torquil. But will she get a happy ending of her own? We can only hope.
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20. Little Cowpokes Cookbook

by: Zac Williams
Release date: Jan 09, 2013
Number of Pages: 64
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Saddle up, ride ’em out and get cookin’—cowpoke style!

Yeehaw! Kids who are ready to live the life of a cowpoke will delight in Zac Williams’ latest children’s cookbook, Little Cowpokes. Range riders will learn to whip up tasty vittles such as Buckin’ Bull Nachos, Get Along Pretzel Doggies, Slow-Cooked Smoky Brisket, Cinnamon Churro Sundae, Pioneer Honey Taffy and more! This here collection of recipes is guaranteed to be just the ticket to delicious cowpoke kiddie cookin’, packed with simple step-by-step recipes and fun photographs as well as style ideas for Wild West parties, chuck wagon cookouts, sagebrush get-togethers, and rodeo roundups.

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21. A Recipe for Success: Lizzie Kander and Her Cookbook (Badger Biographies Series)

by: Bob Kann
Release date: Mar 18, 2014
Number of Pages: 144
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A Recipe for Success: Lizzie Kander and her Cookbook celebrates the life of Milwaukee’s early twentieth-century culinary wonder. This new addition to the Badger Biography series will introduce young readers to a remarkable young woman who made a difference in the lives of the early immigrants in Wisconsin. Kander originally created The Settlement Cookbook to assist young Jewish immigrant girls in cooking nutritious “American-style” meals for their families. Since its publication, several generations of household cooks have been raised on the delicious recipes of the cookbook. Proceeds from the sale of the original cookbook helped build Milwaukee’s first settlement house and later the city’s Jewish Community Center. The century-old cookbook is still in print today. This is a delightful biography, filled with humorous asides, wonderful period illustrations, and of course recipes!
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22. A Teen Guide to Breakfast on the Go (Teen Cookbooks)

by: Dana Meachen Rau
Release date: Jan 01, 2011
Number of Pages: 64
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How many times can you hit the snooze button and still have time for breakfast? You dont want to set that alarm any earlier than you have to. But breakfast doesnt have to take a lot of time, and it can be fun to make and eat. From sandwiches to smoothies, from French toast to fruit salad, the Teen Guide to Breakfast on the Go shows you how to turn a few spare minutes in the morning into a delicious and healthy meal.
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23. Who Took the Cookbook? (We Read Phonics: Level 7)

by: Paul OrshoskiKelly Light
Release date: Dec 15, 2012
Number of Pages: 27
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We Read Phonics – Who Took the Cookbook? The cook in the lunchroom usually serves great food, but now her cookbook and all her recipes are missing and her food is just awful. Students join in the hunt to find the missing cookbook in this fun story with a surprise ending. This humorous title offers engaging phonics practice and fun phonics games.

We Read Phonics makes it easy for parents to help their children improve phonics skills and read a decodable story. Each book combines a fun story with simple games for phonics and sight words. The games are quick and easy to play – and they are all designed to help children read the story and improve their decoding skills. The result is faster reading development and kids who love to read!

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24. Cool Kids Cook: Louisiana

by: Kid ElianaDianne De Las CasasSoleil Lisette
Release date: Feb 27, 2013
Number of Pages: 64
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INTERNATIONAL LATINO BOOK AWARD SECOND PLACE FOR BOOK WRITTEN BY A YOUTH

PARENTS’ CHOICE APPROVED AWARD

For kids who want to cook—Louisiana style! Kid Chef Eliana keeps the good times rolling in this kid-friendly cookbook of Louisiana cuisine. With nearly thirty exciting recipes from meat pies to boudin balls to Mardi Gras king cake, Eliana undertakes a culinary journey exploring unique gastronomic traditions from all regions of the state. With Eliana’s help, your delicious dishes are sure to satisfy the taste buds of all ages!

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25. A Dash of Magic (Bliss Bakery Trilogy)

by: Kathryn LittlewoodErin McGuire
Release date: Feb 12, 2013
Number of Pages: 368
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This second book in the acclaimed Bliss trilogy mixes the down-home heart-punch of Ingrid Law’s Newbery Honor Book Savvy, the always-on-the-edge-of-chaos comedy of Cheaper by the Dozen, and a humorous magic all its own to create a thoroughly original confection to please every reader’s sweet tooth!

The Bliss family’s magical Cookery Booke was stolen by evil Aunt Lily at the end of Bliss, the first novel in the series. Now twelve-year-old Rosemary has a chance to win it back: she challenges her aunt to an Iron Chef-style international baking competition in Paris. But the only way to beat the cheating Aunt Lily is to gather magical ingredients of her own. Together with her brothers and their talking cat and mouse, Rose races across Paris—from the Eiffel Tower to the Cathedral of Notre Dame to the Mona Lisa in the Louvre Museum—to gather what she needs to out-bake—and out-magic—her conniving aunt.

If Rose wins, the cherished Cookery Booke will return to her family where it belongs. If she loses—well, the consequences are too ugly to think about. . . .

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26. The Winnie-the-Pooh Cookbook

by: Virginia EllisonErnest H. Shepard
Release date: Oct 14, 2010
Number of Pages: 112
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The famously rotund bear is happiest when in possession of a brimming pot of honey, but when it comes time for meals and smackerels, the residents of the Hundred Acre Wood need something a little more substantial. This delightful collection contains over fifty tried-and-true recipes for readers of all ages to make and enjoy, starting with Poohanpiglet pancakes and ending with a recipe for getting thin-with honey sauces, holiday treats, and dishes for every mealtime in between.

Forty years after its original publication, this updated and beautifully redesigned cookbook features quotes from the original books and Ernest H. Shepard’s beloved drawings, which leap off the pages in full color.

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27. Young Chefs: Cooking Skills and Recipes for Kids

by: Christina Dymock
Release date: Jun 11, 2013
Number of Pages: 128
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Hey kids! It’s time to take charge in the kitchen. Become a young chef as you make your favorite foods and explore new recipes with everything from Game Day Hot Dogs to Lemon Shark Bars. Each recipe tells your parents when help is needed and also includes stories, jokes, and history about the recipes. You’ll be whipping up masterpieces in no time. Let’s get cookin’!
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28. Charlie and Nana Help Celebrate Chanukah (The Charlie and Nana Cookbook Series 3)

by: Midge Newth
Release date: Dec 09, 2014
Number of Pages: 41
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Charlie’s grandma, Nana, continues their cooking adventure by teaching Charlie how to make delicious Jewish recipes for their neighbors to help them celebrate Chanukah.
Charlie learns how to gather ingredients, make Matzoh Ball Soup, Potato Latkes and Applesauce..
Children love to help cook. In addition to being a fun story to read to your children, this book includes easy-to-make recipes that little ones are sure to enjoy making and eating.
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29. Civil War Cooking: The Confederacy (Exploring History Through Food)

by: Susan Dosier
Release date: Aug 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
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Explores what Confederate soldiers ate during their Civil War.  Details how soldiers received, gathered and cooked food while fighting in the war. Includes a recipe to try at home.
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30. Honest Pretzels: And 64 Other Amazing Recipes for Cooks Ages 8 & Up

by: Mollie Katzen
Release date: Oct 13, 2009
Number of Pages: 192
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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.

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