Cooking a meal

by Huddleston, Emma

Format: Print Book 2021
Availability: On Order 1 copy
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Location Collection Status
Penn Hills Library - Lincoln Park Easy IN PROCESSING
Location  Penn Hills Library - Lincoln Park
Collection  Easy
This title introduces readers to the steps involved in cooking a meal and encourages them to try following a recipe. With colorful spreads featuring fun facts and an infographic, this book provides an engaging introduction to this important life skill.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "In these volumes from the Life Skills series (6 titles), Huddleston walks young readers through everyday activities, offering a brief explanation of what each skill is or why it is important. Cooking a Meal begins with "Why Cooking Matters" and then proceeds to discuss ingredients, recipes, and mealtimes. Stock photos adequately illustrate the elements of each skill, and the people and families pictured represent a variety of ethnicities and skin colors. Occasional diagrams clarify concepts and add color. The books are clearly intended for educational use, with a page of reading comprehension questions in the back matter, which also contains a practical application of the skill (under the heading "Try It Out!") that readers can attempt. Although the books feel a little schoolish, young readers will likely enjoy feeling capable as they learn about and master these basic life skills."
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects catreq 04/23 21 8p
Publisher 2021
Notes Includes index.
Series: Life skills
Description 24 pages : color illustrations, 23 cm
ISBN 9781644933435
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