• A Place at the Table

    By Saadia Faruqi (J Faru)

    When 6th graders Sarah and Elizabeth are thrown together at an after-school cooking class they don’t exactly hit it off. But their partnership grows as they team up to compete for a spot on a local cooking show.

  • The Delish Kids (Super-Awesome, Crazy-Fun, Best-Ever) Cookbook

    By Joanna Saltz (J641.5 Salt)

    This cookbook includes over 100 recipes ranging from Fruity Pebbles French Toast to Zucchini Tots along with restaurant copycat recipes to try at home.

  • When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Peach Pie

    By Erin Soderberg Downing (J Down)

    The summer after their mom dies 12-year-old Lucy and her younger brothers are looking forward to a peaceful summer but their dad has other ideas. The family sets off across the Midwest in a used food truck selling pies. Will they be able to make a success of the food truck or will the summer be a disaster?

  • Measuring Up

    By Lily LaMotte (J LaMo)

    Cici and her family have just moved from Taiwan to Seattle. Cici is missing her grandmother and cooks up a plan to have A-má visit. She’ll win the grand prize in a cooking contest to pay for a plane ticket. The only problem… Cici’s afraid the Taiwanese dishes she’s familiar with won’t have any chance of winning.

  • Super Good Cookies for Kids

    By Duff Goldman (J641.8654 Gold)

    Duff Goldman, celebrity pastry chef and host of Kids Baking Championship, shares tips, fabulous recipes and fun facts for cookie lovers.

  • Nixie Ness Cooking Star

    By Claudia Mills (J Mill)

    Third-graders Nixie and Grace are best friends, spending every afternoon together. Until Nixie’s mom gets a new job. Nixie must attend an after-school cooking camp without Grace. The camp is fun and the recipes are delicious but is Nixie losing her best friend to their classmate, Elyse?

  • Who Was Julia Child?

    By Geoff Edgers (JB Chil)

    In this installment of the popular Who Was series we learn about the life and career of Julia Child, the author of Mastering the Art of French Cooking and one of the best-known TV chefs.

  • Bake, Make, & Learn to Cook: Fun & Healthy Recipes for Young Cooks

    By David Atherton (J641.5 Athe)

    The 2019 winner of The Great British Baking Show serves up a kid-friendly collection of sweet and savory recipes including Teapot Soup and Victoria Sandwich Buns.

  • Lights, Camera, Cook!

    By Charise Mericle Harper (J Harp)

    This first book in a three-part series follows Tate, Rae, Caroline and Oliver both on and off the screen as they complete to be the Next Best Junior Chef.

  • The Recipe-a-Day Kids Cookbook: 365 Fun, Easy Treats

    (J641.5123 Reci)

    For lovers of the Food Network you’ll find fun recipes for every day of the year. You can celebrate July 4th with a recipe for American Flag Ice Cream Sandwiches or check out the recipe listed for your own birthday.