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Bad Bananas: A Story Cookbook for Kids

Bad Bananas: A Story Cookbook for Kids (Food Books for Kids 1)

by Karl Beckstrand

FBT review:

Looking for a hilarious and unique children's eBook that will entertain your little ones and inspire them in the kitchen? Look no further than "Bad Bananas: A Story Cookbook for Kids" by Karl Beckstrand. This wisecracking picture book follows the adventures of a bunch of mischievous bananas as they attempt crazy stunts. But it's not just a story - it also includes simple, healthy recipes like banana muffins, smoothies, cookies, and pancakes that your family can make together. With its funny illustrations and engaging storyline, this book is perfect for children aged 4-10. And if you're looking for more fun and educational books, make sure to check out the other titles in the Food Books for Kids series! Available on Amazon and packed with laughs, this is a must-read for kids and parents alike.

Publisher Description:

“Bizarrely funny” – The Horn Book. A wisecracking picture book on the short (shelf) life of a bunch of bruisers—with activities to save families from “I'm bored” disease. Banana characters try crazy stunts in a cautionary children’s story with simple healthful recipes, including banana muffins, smoothies, cookies, and pancakes.

7 easy, yummy low-sugar recipes (more online)
Laughs
Fun family activity
African-American child
Free lesson plans

#1 in the Food Books for Kids series. Explore six more kids’ snack books in a bundle—plus free recipes, ebooks, lesson plans, and online secrets: GROW: How We Get Food from Our Garden; The Dancing Flamingos of Lake Chimichanga; Ma MacDonald Flees the Farm; It Came from Under the High Chair; She Doesn’t Want the Worms; Crumbs on the Stairs – Migas en las escaleras: A Mystery: KidsWorldBooks (Worldwide rights © Juneteenth 2011), libraries, and major cookbook distributors.

The perfect length book for children (not too long for adults: 24 pages), it’s clever, hands-on fun for boys and girls (ages 4 – 10, preschool – 5th grade, ESL/ELL/ESOL/ESE). 320 read-aloud words (before recipes) by award-winning author and college media instructor Karl Beckstrand (don’t miss his 60 multicultural books); illustrated by Jeff Faerber.

LOOK inside! Family STEM book/children’s cookbook with black and Hispanic characters; 8”x10” full-color fruit humor book for reluctant readers. Classroom/homeschool. No AI or CRT. None of our multicultural kids’ books discuss gender or orientation. LCCN: 2010910826; GAM020000, JUV050000, JUV011010, JUV019000, JUV054000, JUV020000; YNPC, YBG, JNTS; Hard ISBN: 978-0977606542, Soft ISBN: 978-0977606511 (ebook: 978-1452415598)

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