The Kids Cookbook is all about having a great time in the kitchen. From the best-ever Blueberry Muffins to a Classic Turkey Club, from grown-up Fettuccine Alfredo to Brownie and Ice Cream Sandwiches, this book is bursting with imaginative recipes that have tons of kid-appeal! Give your future chefs a head start in the basics of cooking with this outstanding introduction.

  • Includes more than 40 easy-to-follow recipes
  • Inset photographs are sprinkled throughout the recipes to give kids an up-close view of ingredients and cooking techniques
  • Classic cooking techniques are simplified and explained
  • A glossary of common and not so common ingredients includes photographs for easy identification
  • Spiral-bound for easy handling by small hands
  • Recipes are flagged by easy, medium and hard, so kids can choose their challenge level
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The Sisters Grimm take readers to a world where fairy tales are fact and not everyone is who they seem!

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