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News flash! The pint-sized edition is now available in economical black and white. And don’t forget: Blurb Bookstore offers discounts for books with various promo codes. They apply to the pint-sized format as well as the standard all-dressed, deluxe format.

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Pint-sized, black and white, 6×9″

All-dressed, 8×10″ deluxe  format

Cook Up A Story
Good Food Sets the Mood

By
Sharon Rudnitski
(B.Sc., Food Science)
Illustrated by
Pierre Sylvestre
Published by
Active.Voice
Revised October 2013
Printed and distributed by
Blurb Press through the Blurb Bookstore

Available in soft or hard covers and in two sizes, black-and-white or color, and various paper types. The soft-cover versions on standard paper are of excellent quality. The hard-cover format on glossy paper provides a touch of luxury and added durability for that special gift. You choose at checkout in the Blurb Bookstore.

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For a published review of the book, click here. “Feedback” in the main menu contains lots of comments on Vinny’s book and recipes from kids and adults alike.

BY THE NUMBERS… Cook Up A Story gets kids and their families to spend time together, reading stories and cooking up what they read in the kitchen. You get all this:

  • 80 pages of professional reproduction in six chapters
  • 6 exciting adventures celebrating the family
  • easy recipes made from wholesome ingredients
  • lots of food-related articles, facts, trivia, and science activities
  • suggestions for more reading about food with the family
  • color illustrations on nearly every page

Tons of fun  =  a lifetime of good eating

by Vinny Grette in nutrition, presentation, game, recipe, story, services, children, food

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. lisadcorn
    Oct 01, 2014 @ 13:03:25

    Sharon, I love this. What a fantastic way to address this topic of healthy family eating. I am looking forward to exploring your site!

    Reply

    • Vinny Grette
      Oct 01, 2014 @ 13:13:22

      Thanks! If you decide to get a book, I’d love to know what you think. I’m planning on revamping it and writing a second book to incorporate a lot more recipes and info I’ve developed for my blog :). Words of encouragement are always appreciated 🙂

      Reply

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