10% OFF on your first order. Join us now

Book "What's cooking?"

reference
AC-1251
Out of stock

72H Worldwide Delivery

Description
A whimsical read-aloud of delicious answers to ridiculous questions about what can — and cannot — be done in the kitchen!

Food critic and author Joshua David Stein tackles the world of cookery with his signature quirk and charm. From the practical ("Can I fry a scoop of gelato?") to the playful ("Do frozen peas grow on frozen trees?"), each vignette features an engaging question and a satisfying reveal, all revolving around the preparation of food. The simple yet sophisticated hand-drawings by Julia Rothman provide authenticity and a balance of seriousness to the silliness at hand. Incorporating humor, word play, logic and illogic, foreign foods, and even some cookbook vocabulary, this read-aloud book offers children facts to share and maybe even the impetus to get involved in the kitchen!

Created for ages 3-5 years.

Format: Hardback
Size: 290 x 214 mm (11 3/8 x 8 3/8 in)
Pages: 40 pp
Illustrations: 40 illustrations
Language: English
Composition
100% Other Fibers
Delivery
Get all the delivery information here.
Size Guide
add to my wish list
lyocell

Lyocell, a more sustainable option

This item is made of Lyocell, a plant-based fiber that requires very little water, generates no harmful by-products and its cultivation requires no irrigation or pesticides. Naturally biodegradable, it is also an excellent quality fibre, which in turn guarantees durability.

organic cotton

Organic Cotton, a more sustainable option

This item is made of organic cotton, a natural fiber which is renewable and biodegradable. It reduces the environmental impacts at every step of cotton production, as it eliminates the use of pesticides and fertilizers, it prevents contamination of groundwater. The impact of water pollution is 98% less compared to the conventional cotton production.

Supima cotton, world finest cotton.

This item is made of Supima cotton, a natural fiber which is renewable and biodegradable. Supima is in the top 1% of cotton produced in the world. Twice as strong than regular cotton, it is trusted for its integrity and durability so its use results in longer-lasting products. Also, the farming practices employed set environmental and ethical standards.

linen

Linen. Less waste. Less water consumption.

This item is made of linen, a 100% recyclable natural raw material. In its production, all parts of the plant are used, which grows naturally so it guarantees minimal waste and the consumption of very little water. It is produced in Europe, reducing the carbon footprint. Twice as strong than cotton, it is trusted for its durability so the use of it results in longer-lasting products.