• A Cake All for Me by Karen Magnuson Beil, which is a cooking story with math skills built into it as well.
  • Chocolate Fever.
  • Cook-a-doodle-doo" by Janet Stevens. It has the great-grandson of Little Red Hen learning to cook from an old cookbook he finds labeled 'The Joy of Cooking Alone' by L.R. Hen.
  • Everything on a Waffle_ Polly Horvath (Boston Globe-Horn Book Award; Newbery honor), which has recipes in every chapter
  • Food Rules!  The Stuff You Munch, Its Crunch, Its Punch and You Sometimes Lose Your Lunch_It's written by Bill Haduch; illustrated by Rick Stronmoski
  • Holiday Storybook Stew : Cooking Through the Year With Books Kids Love
  • Hope Was Here_, Joan Bauer, set in a diner with continual references to the food and to cooking
  • How to Eat Fried Worms".  It is about a boy who gets dared to eat a worm a day for one week  The parents are at first concerned, but soon realize that it is not harming him.
  • Like Water for Chocolate_
  • Little Red Hen (Who will help me plant this wheat? Who will help me bake this cake?)
  • Pete's a Pizza
  • Stone Soup.
  • Storybook Stew: Cooking with Books Kids Love by Suzanne I. Barchers, Peter J.Rauen
  • The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza" by Philemon Sturges
  • Three Days on the River in a Red Canoe_, Vera Williams which includes 1-2 recipes for some of the easy-bake meals the campers made.
  • Truth or Dairy" (followed by "Wurst Case Scenario"), both by Catherine Clark.
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