A great way to get kids into cooking This cookbook is filled with authentic, easy-to-make, and most importantly super-delicious French recipes.
Charming illustrations of woodland characters by Marion Billet will attract kids to the healthy, seasonal recipes of Michelin starred chef S bastien Gu nard. This book is just the tool for parents looking for fun projects to do with their children while teaching them how to cook and eat healthily and sustainably.
"While these recipes would work beautifully at any adult party, they are also simple, fun, slightly exotic, and will expand your child's palate beyond chicken nuggets and cheese pizza." - Boing Boing
"Cooking with kids is a great bonding experience, and an opportunity for them to learn about math, science, culture, nutrition, and safety. And then you get to eat!" - The Baltimore Sun
"This book is flat-out adorable--I don't care how old you are. The pages are full of vibrant colors and lovable forest creatures...I could definitely see my young niece paging through this picture book for hours, peering at each little drawing." - The Kitchn
Viginie Aladjidi & Caroline Pelissier used to work for a variety of children's publishers in France before deciding to write books themselves.
Marion Billet was born in 1982 in Lyon, France. She studied children's book illustration at the Emile Cohl School. Marion has published around 80 children's books published in 11 different countries including "Whizzy Wheels: London Bus" and "Whizzy Wheels: London Taxi" for PanMacmillan. Her illustrations have appeared in magazines and on stationery and toys, as well as on children's furniture and clothes. Marion lives in Paris.
Sebastien Guenard trained at the 3 Michelin starred l'Hotel du Palais in Biarritz before learning from his "second father" Thierry Blanqui at the Beurre-Noisette in Paris. He then worked with Alain Ducasse as Chef at Les Lyonnais for two years. In 2008 he opened his own restaurant in Paris, "Le Miroir," where he reinvents forgotten French cuisine classics. This is his first contribution to a children's book.