By Sharron L. McElmeel
Step into the kitchen and fire up a batch of storybook treats with literary recipes in line with the books and lives of fifty of your favourite kid's authors and illustrators, together with Eric Carle, Mary Casanova, Keiko Kasza, Steven Kellogg, Yuyi Morales, Janet Stevens, and Jane Yolen and forty others. Whip up a heavenly coconut cream cake loved in Jacqueline Briggs Martin's fresh tale, On Sand Island; appreciate the highly spiced pumpkin pie encouraged through Toni Buzzeo's Sea Chest. you will additionally examine a few attention-grabbing evidence approximately each one writer and browse anecdotes and tales hooked up with the recipes. Biographical info, writer photos, publication lists, and analyzing connections make this an ideal source for library, lecture room, and residential. a superb present for booklovers. What a scrumptious method to know about authors and their books!Step into the kitchen and fire up a batch of storybook treats with 50 literary recipes in line with the books and lives of fifty of your favourite kid's authors and illustrators, together with Eric Carle, Mary Casanova, Keiko Kasza, Steven Kellogg, Yuyi Morales, Janet Stevens, and Jane Yolen and forty others. Whip up a heavenly coconut cream cake loved in Jacqueline Briggs Martin's contemporary tale, On Sand Island; take pleasure in the highly spiced pumpkin pie encouraged through Toni Buzzeo's Sea Chest. you will additionally research a few interesting proof approximately each one writer and browse anecdotes and tales hooked up with the recipes. Biographical information, writer photos, ebook lists, and studying connections make this an ideal source for library, lecture room, and residential. an excellent gift for booklovers. What a scrumptious strategy to know about authors and their books! Grades K-6.
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Elaine Martindale Author Ashley Bryan (right) with his sister, Elaine Martindale. Sweet Potato Pie Bake three medium-sized sweet potatoes until tender when pieced with a fork. Peel and mash potatoes while still warm. Add: • • • • • 1/2 stick butter to warm potatoes 1 cup white sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon cinnamon • • • • • pinch of salt 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1/3 cup canned milk, and 3 well-beaten eggs Mix all ingredients with electric mixture until smooth.
Family: Parents—Father, Joe; Mother, Jean Spouse—Catherine Barner Home: Childhood—Arkansas (for thefirsttwo weeks), then Eastlake, Ohio Now—San Francisco, California Bob Barner talks about his life and books in Bob Barner and You (Libraries Unlimited, 2006). Bob Barner was born in Tuckerman, Arkansas, but his family soon moved to Ohio where he spent most of his childhood. After graduating from Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio, Barner embarked on a career in art. He designed educational publications, helped draw the Lil' Abner comic strip, worked in advertising agencies and at the Boston Museum of Science before becoming a full-time author and illustrator of books.
I a chef! I think it would be fun to wear a white apron and a chefs hat and cook up a delicious meal. —Eric Carle Eric Carle Birthday: June 25 Favorite place; New York City (where he lived from 1952 to 1974) and the rural Berkshires (where he built a house in the early 1970s). Favorite foods: traditional German foods Family: Spouse—Barbara Son—Rolf Daughter—Cirsten Home: Childhood—Born in New York State but grew up in Stuttgart, Germany Now—Northampton, Massachusetts, near Amherst, where he and Barbara have established the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, and Florida.
Authors in the Kitchen: Recipes, Stories, and More by Sharron L. McElmeel