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July is National Culinary Arts Month

The Children’s Book Council team is always reading and we’re always up for sharing the interesting books some of us love to dive into. Since July is National Culinary Arts Month, we are sharing our favorite food-related books. Join us in celebrating National Culinary Arts Month and let us know on social media what you’re reading this July!

Sommer Wissner

If You Give a Moose a Muffin, by Laura Numeroff, illus. Felicia Bond (HarperCollins)

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, written and illustrated by Eric Carle (Penguin Random House / World of Eric Carle)

Paulina Ramirez

Chocolate Chippo Hippo, by Vincent Andriani (Scholastic)

John McCormack

One: Delicious in Dungeon Vol 01, by Ryoko Kui (Yen Press)

Two: Brave Chef Brianna, by Sam Sykes (BOOM Studios)

Laura Peraza

Chef Roy Choi and The Street Food Remix, by Jacqueline Briggs Martin and June Jo Lee, illustrated by Man One (Readers to Eaters)

The Forest Feast for Kids: Colorful Vegetarian Recipes That Are Simple to Make, by Erin Gleeson (ABRAMS)

Jena Groshek

Thukpa for All, by Praba Ram and Sheela Preuitt; illus. by Shilpa Ranade (Karadi Tales)

Antoni in the Kitchen, by Antoni Porowski and Mindy Fox (HarperCollins / Harvest)

Shaina Birkhead

A Big Mooncake for Little Star, by Grace Lin (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)

The Anne of Green Gables Cookbook: Charming Recipes from Anne and Her Friends in Avonlea, by Kate Macdonald and L.M. Montgomery (Quarto Publishing Group)

Carl Lennertz

How to Grill: The Complete Illustrated Book of Barbecue Techniques, A Barbecue Bible! Cookbook, by Steven Raichlen (Workmans Publishing)

Home Cooking: A Writer in the Kitchen, by Laurie Colvin (Penguin Random House / Vintage)

Happy National Culinary Arts Month!

List compiled by CBC’s resident holiday expert, Sommer Wissner. Check out the CBC Holiday Series on our blog.

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