Book Bites: April 2022

Brought to you by Valerie Kohler from Blue Willow Bookshop

Kate The Chemist: The Awesome Book of Edible Experiments for Kids by Kate Bieberdorf (Philomel Books)

UT professor and science entertainer Kate the Chemist introduces young scientists to the fascinating world of STEM and cooking with recipes for 25 edible science experiments.


Green Kids Cook by Jenny Chandler (Pavilion Books)

Jenny Chandler is back with over 50 easy and adaptable recipes to teach the cooks of the future how to eat well, look after themselves and think about the planet all at the same time.


Complete Cookbook For Teens by America’s Test Kitchen Kids

With recipes ranging from Biang Biang Mian (Hand-Pulled Noodles) to Steak Tacos with Charred Corn Salsa, this book features helpful sidebars to ensure that teens learn more about why a recipe works.


Big Feelings by Alexandra Penfold (Random House Books For Children)

The authors of All Are Welcome help children navigate the emotional challenges they face in their daily lives by talking it through, compromising, and seeing another point of view.


Rise And Shine by Georgia Perry (Hardie Grant)

This is a vibrant deck of illustrated cards to mix and match to design your own unique morning ritual of yoga, meditation and inspiration.


The Art Of Talking With Children by Rebecca Rolland (Harper One)

This invaluable guide gives readers evidence-based tools and techniques to communicate more effectively with children in ways that let them foster relationships with less conflict and more joy.


Mindful Mom Box Set by Ali Katz (Skyhorse Publishing)

Local author Ali Katz has compiled a list of tools that make it possible to recalibrate, achieve balance, and recover from stress quickly and with ease, in order to live a more mindful and joyful life.


Grandma & Me In The Kitchen by Danielle Kartes (Sourcebooks)

The perfect cooking and baking gift for the grandma who means so much to you and your little chefs, this children’s cookbook is full of foods they will both love to cook together!


Bake Make Learn To Cook by David Atherton (Candlewick Press)

David Atherton, 2019 winner of The Great British Baking Show, walks readers through delicious and delightful kid-friendly collection of recipes that feels at once timeless and modern.

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