By Sharron L. McElmeel
Extra treats! extra writer profiles! extra enjoyable! This significant other to McElmeel's Authors within the Kitchen makes a speciality of one other 50 renowned kid's authors, together with Berthe Amoss, Betsy Byars, Jean Fritz, Johanna Hurwitz, and others, with delectable recipes contributed via the authors or in response to their books.You'll research attention-grabbing evidence approximately each one writer and browse the tales at the back of the recipes. Biographical information, writer pictures, e-book lists, and studying connections make this an ideal source for library, school room, and residential. in case you love kid's books and meals, you are going to love this booklet. it is a scrumptious technique to know about kid's authors and literature, and a superb present for kid's literature lovers!You'll examine interesting proof approximately every one writer and browse the tales in the back of the recipes. Biographical information, writer images, ebook lists, and studying connections make this an ideal source for library, school room, and residential. for those who love kid's books and nutrients, you will love this publication. it is a scrumptious approach to find out about kid's authors and literature, and an excellent gift for kid's literature fanatics! Grades K-6.
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A talented watercolorist, Bradfield paints a variety of subjects. A self-portrait of Roger Bradfield. 27 28 Authors in the Pantry Inventing Pickle-Chiffon Pie When asked how the title of Pickle-Chiffon Pie came about, here’s how Robert Bradfield replied: “Since the pie was such an important part of the story, I wanted it to be something special—not just apple pie or lemon. ” Pies, Pies, Pies! Pickle-chiffon pie is unique, but delicious pies are featured in many other books. There are apple pies galore, and lemon pies and more.
Under Quilt of Sky. (Atheneum/Anne Schwartz Books, 2002) Levine, Ellen. If You Traveled on the Underground Railroad. (Scholastic, 2003; reissue) 36 Authors in the Pantry McGovern, Ann. Wanted Dead or Alive: The True Story of Harriet Tubman. (Scholastic, 1991; reissue) Ringgold, Faith. Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Sky. (Knopf, 1992) Schroeder, Alan. Minty: A Story of Young Harriet Tubman. Illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. Dial, 1996. Tobin, Jacqueline. Hidden in Plain View: A Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad.
Apple Pie 4th of July. Illustrated by Margaret Chodos-Irvine. (Harcourt, 2002) Ribs Roger Bradfield is not the only one who developed a love for ribs. William Taft, the twenty-seventh president of the United States, is featured in a fictional tale, The President and Mom’s Apple Pie by Michael Garland, in which the president also enjoys ribs. When Taft arrives in a small town, he smells a delicious aroma. In his quest to find the source of the aroma, the three-hundred-pound president visits Tony’s Italian Villa for spaghetti, then Big Ed’s Barbecue for ribs, and Mrs.