Garden to Table

ISBN: 978-1-938063-42-8
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Fill your plate with fresh, self-sustained produce that comes straight from your garden. Step-by-step planting, care and harvesting tips give the beginning gardener a good basic understanding of the growing process. Over thirty delicious recipes made with basil, carrots, green beans, leaf lettuce, potatoes, and tomatoes, come complete with step-by-step photos. You’ll be bringing your homegrown foods to the table to share with others. Incorporating unique flavors and easy-to-grow veggies, these simple recipes will have you asking for seconds! 


Softcover ISBN: 978-1-938063-42-8
ISBN-10: 1-938063-42-2
Imprint: Mighty Media Junior Readers
On Sale:
April 1, 2014
Trim Size: 8.5 x 8.5
Pages: 144
List Price: $15.95
Ages: 8 to 12
Guided Reading Level: O-P
Lexile Measurement ®: 620
BISAC3: JUVENILE NONFICTION / Health & Daily Living/Diet & Nutrition
BISAC4: JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature/Flowers and Plants
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"With so many drive-thru and grocer’s freezer food options, it’s easy for kids to get disconnected from where their food actually comes from. With Garden to Table: A Kid’s Guide to Planting, Growing and Preparing Food, kids will learn what it really takes to get their favorite foods on their plates—from seed to frying pan."

Daily Parent, "The 15 Best Cookbooks for Kids"

"Ranging from hearty soups to yummy desserts, several kid-tempting recipes utilizing the fresh ingredient end each section, effectively bringing home the garden-to-table concept. Cooking terms are defined at the book’s beginning, and a photo glossary introduces ingredients and kitchen tools. Full-color close-up photos illustrate each phase of planting and preparing, while also depicting a bounty of fresh produce and delicious-looking dishes. Use this appealingly presented and user friendly guide as a classroom resource."

Curriculum Connections, School Library Journal

"This vibrant instructional manual and cookbook celebrates the satisfaction of making food, from its most basic form in the garden to culinary creations in the kitchen. ... The recipes are perfect for budding chefs, offering a succinct list of extra ingredients and cooking tools, along with warnings about potentially dangerous steps, and definitions of unfamiliar culinary terms. Each recipe is illustrated with clear step-by-step photographs, and the finished dishes look appetizing. Parents, teachers, activity group leaders, and young gardeners and chefs will find plenty to read—and plant and cook—together."


USA Best Book Awards Gold Winner for Children's Educational
USA Best Book Awards
IndieFab Book of the Year Gold Award Winner for Juvenile Nonfiction
Foreword Reviews