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Books with title Doodle Cook

  • Doodle Cook

    Hervé Tullet

    Paperback (Phaidon Press, Aug. 20, 2011)
    Welcome, young art-chefs - your moment has come! The tle is set and your ingredients await: an empty plate, color pens and - most important of all - your imagination! Now, add a dash of squiggles there, a handful of zig zags for flavor - and voila! Here are 17 art-recipes, created by masterchef Herve Tullet. Follow the recipes and learn how to create a scribble sandwich, a thousand layer cake and chef's surprise - and then add your own decoration to taste.
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  • Cook-a-Doodle-Doo!

    Janet Stevens, Susan Stevens Crummel

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, Aug. 1, 2005)
    Big Brown Rooster is sick of chicken feed. So along with his friends--Turtle, Iguana, and Potbellied Pig--he sets out to make the most magnificent strawberry shortcake in the whole wide world. But there’s one problem: none of his friends knows how to cook! The team bravely forges ahead, and with Rooster’s help, they learn how to measure flour (not with a ruler) and how to beat an egg (not with a baseball bat). But can they keep Pig from gobbling up all the ingredients? Take an old family recipe, add four funny friends, and mix in some hilarious cooking confusion and you have a picture book treat for children of all ages!
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  • Cook-a-Doodle-Doo

    Janet Stevens, Susan Stevens Crummel

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, April 1, 1999)
    Big Brown Rooster is sick of chicken feed. So along with his friends--Turtle, Iguana, and Potbellied Pig--he sets out to make the most magnificent strawberry shortcake in the whole wide world. But there’s one problem: none of his friends knows how to cook! The team bravely forges ahead, and with Rooster’s help, they learn how to measure flour (not with a ruler) and how to beat an egg (not with a baseball bat). But can they keep Pig from gobbling up all the ingredients? Take an old family recipe, add four funny friends, and mix in some hilarious cooking confusion and you have a picture book treat for children of all ages!
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  • Doodle Cook

    Herve Tullet

    Paperback (Phaidon Press, July 30, 2011)
    Young art-chefs - your moment has come! The table is set and your ingredients await: an empty plate, color pens and - most important of all - your imagination! Now, add a dash of squiggles there, a handful of zig zags for flavor - and voila!
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  • Doodle Cook

    Hervé Tullet

    Paperback (Phaidon Press, Aug. 20, 2011)
    Welcome, young art-chefs - your moment has come! The tle is set and your ingredients await: an empty plate, color pens and - most important of all - your imagination! Now, add a dash of squiggles there, a handful of zig zags for flavor - and voila! Here are 17 art-recipes, created by masterchef Herve Tullet. Follow the recipes and learn how to create a scribble sandwich, a thousand layer cake and chef's surprise - and then add your own decoration to taste.
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  • Cook-A-Doodle-Doo!

    JanetStevens

    Paperback (VoyagerPaperbacks, Aug. 31, 2005)
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  • Cook-A-Doodle-Doo!

    Janet Stevens, Susan Stevens Crummel

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Aug. 1, 2005)
    Take an old family recipe, add four funny friends, mix in some hilarious cooking confusion, and you have a delicious picture-book treat for children of all ages!
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  • Doodle

    James Wood, Michele Quinn

    language (, Oct. 10, 2013)
    A little girl and her dog explore the world around them and wonder how things were made.
  • Cook-a-Doodle-Doo!

    Janet Stevens, Susan Stevens Crummel

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, April 1, 1999)
    Big Brown Rooster is sick of chicken feed. So along with his friends--Turtle, Iguana, and Potbellied Pig--he sets out to make the most magnificent strawberry shortcake in the whole wide world. But there’s one problem: none of his friends knows how to cook! The team bravely forges ahead, and with Rooster’s help, they learn how to measure flour (not with a ruler) and how to beat an egg (not with a baseball bat). But can they keep Pig from gobbling up all the ingredients? Take an old family recipe, add four funny friends, and mix in some hilarious cooking confusion and you have a picture book treat for children of all ages!
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  • Cook-A-Doodle-Doo

    Pre-School Lowdham

    Paperback (Pyjama Press, April 25, 2013)
    Richard Whitehead MBE reveals his guest recipe, making this book particularly special, and paralympic champion Richard kindly joins the children at Lowdham Pre-school to kickstart the fundraising. Cooking together is fun, forming positive childhood memories and encouraging teamwork. The recipes in this book are the favourites of the children who want to share their love of cooking, their love of food and their understanding of how raw ingredients can become tasty meals. Packed with old family favourites and new ideas we hope this book encourages your own family into the kitchen to cook together and enjoy good food. The recipes are not all healthy. They're not all tidy. But they're all yummy and fun to make, as tried and tested by the children. Buying this book means all profits go to Lowdham Pre-school Wildflower Garden and Activity Fund. Thank you so very much.
  • Doodle

    James Wood, Michele Quinn

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, March 6, 2013)
    A little girl and her dog explore the world around them and wonder how things were made.
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  • Cook-A-Doodle-Doo!

    Susan S. Stevens, Janet and Crummel

    Paperback (Scholastic, Jan. 1, 2000)
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