Granny's Kitchen: A Jamaican Story of Food and Family
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A little girl learns Jamaican recipes and self-confidence from her Granny in this warm, sweet picture book debut.
Shelly-Ann lives with her Granny on the beautiful island of Jamaica. When Shelly-Ann becomes hungry, she asks her Granny for something to eat. Granny tells her “Gyal, you betta can cook!” and teaches Shelly-Ann how to get in touch with her Jamaican roots through the process of cooking.
As Shelly-Ann tries each recipe, everything goes wrong. But when Granny is too tired to cook one morning, Shelly-Ann will have to find the courage to try one more time and prepare the perfect Jamaican breakfast.
Accompanied by Ken Daley's vibrant, sun-soaked artwork, Sadé Smith's debut picture book Granny's Kitchen is the perfect readaloud for budding chefs everywhere.
|Product Type||Hardcover Books|
|Book Type||Picture Books|
|Additional Contributor||Ken Daley|
|Primary Contributor||Sadé Smith|
|Age Groups||Ages 4 to 6|
|Publisher||Feiwel & Friends|