Showing posts with label snacks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label snacks. Show all posts

May 13, 2013

It's Children's Book Week

For Children's Book Week, how about combining reading with cooking? Enslow's new series, Professor Cook's . . ., gives step-by-step instructions on making different recipes. Each book also includes some scientific background into the recipe.

For example, in the Professor Cook's Smashing Snacks title, there is a recipe for Big Dipper Bread Sticks. The author also explains what yeast is, and how it makes bread rise. Learn how popcorn pops while making the Pop-Tastic Popcorn recipe. Why do onions make you cry? Find out while learning how to make "No-Cry" Onion Bhajis & Dip.

Written for the upper-elementary and middle school student, these books add science to the cooking lesson. Other titles in the series include: Professor Cook's Dynamite Dinners, Professor Cook's Fruity Desserts, and Professor Cook's Mind-Blowing Baking.

All of these titles are available in both library and paperback editions from your preferred vendor, your independent bookstore, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, as well as at enslow.com.

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April 25, 2013

Do you have a little chef in your home?

From party food...

to pizza and pasta...

to tasty desserts...

and even yummy snacks...

young chefs will find the simple steps accompanied by illustrations easy to follow.
Enslow's Little Chef series that will be available June 1 is already receiving great advance reviews.
Available for preorder from EnslowBarnes and NobleAmazon, your favorite independent bookstore, or your preferred vendor. Reserve your copies today!


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January 05, 2012

Fun Facts About Coconuts!

ISBN # (Library Bound):  978-0-7660-3707-6
$23.93
     Most people recognize coconuts as being round and hairy with hard shells. But did you know that even though they look like nuts and their name makes them sound like a nut, they are really fruits? Coconuts grow on palm trees that can grow to be 90 feet tall, and each tree can actually make 75 coconuts a year! Coconuts aren’t just useful as fruit, but they can also produce oil, juice, and milk!

     You can learn how to make coconut syrup, a popular treat from Jamaica, in Enslow’s Easy Breakfasts From Around the World. This recipe, along with many others, is included in this title filled with fun facts about how people from different countries prepare their morning meals. It is part of Enslow’s series, Easy Cookbooks for Kids, which includes other titles such as: Easy Desserts From Around the World, Easy Lunches From Around the World, Easy Main Dishes From Around the World, Easy Snacks From Around the World, and Easy Vegetarian Foods From Around the World.  Color photographs and illustrations highlight lots of information about different foods and countries, plus there's even great recipes to try!