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Making Bread with Baker Ted (A children's picture book)
     

Making Bread with Baker Ted (A children's picture book)

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by Adriana Cerrotti
 
Baker Ted is a kind baker that teaches two children all about how wonderful bread making can be if you just put the most important ingredient,love. Bread making can bring all of us together and teach us important qualities such as sharing, making good choices, collaborating, being organized, clean, humble and much more.
Age Group: 3-8
Words: 843
Pictures:

Overview

Baker Ted is a kind baker that teaches two children all about how wonderful bread making can be if you just put the most important ingredient,love. Bread making can bring all of us together and teach us important qualities such as sharing, making good choices, collaborating, being organized, clean, humble and much more.
Age Group: 3-8
Words: 843
Pictures: 18

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013896260
Publisher:
Tiny Yarn Publishing
Publication date:
03/04/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
36
Sales rank:
1,017,160
File size:
6 MB
Age Range:
3 - 5 Years

Meet the Author

Adriana Cerrotti is an artist with multiple skills. She worked as a traditional animator for many years and was sponsored to work as an animator for several projects in many countries throughout the world. She worked for Walt Disney and Hanna-Barbera for many years, among other renowned companies. She animated the main character of the very first ever Walt Disney Academy Award Nomine for Best Short Animated Film: Redux Riding Hood. And she gave life to characters such as Melody (Little Mermaid II), Timon and Pumba (Walt Disney Series), and an innumerable variety of Hanna Barbera characters. Adriana is also a character designer, illustrator and children books creator. This is here second book. She lives in Atlanta, GA.

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Making Bread with Baker Ted (A children's picture book) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
RMZ More than 1 year ago
My daughters really enjoyed the story incredible drawings. Highly Recommended. -
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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RaychelleWrites More than 1 year ago
Making Bread with Baker Ted by Adriana Cerrotti is a story of friendship, community, culture, and the value of craft. The main characters use a day off from school to visit the neighborhood bakery. They learn all about bread and how to make it from Baker Ted. The reader will discover the origins of some popular types of bread and a bit about the culture and people who make them. They also learn that the most important ingredient is love. The author is a very talented artist and animator. Making Bread with Baker Ted has fun, colorful illustrations which enhance Adriana's quaint tale. Making Bread with Baker Ted will leave readers with a feeling of warmth. Bread making is generally viewed as an antiquated practice reserved for "old folks". But, there is something very special about someone who takes the time, energy, and love necessary to prepare foods that taste good to us and are better for us. This story's small-town setting where the residents seem to know one other by name creates a longing for life in a close-knit community. It even evokes a bit of nostalgia--at least it did for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this story. It would be easy to read out loud to children. It was full of a lot of different types of bread and mentioned types common in other countries. This book would be a good intro book for a unit on Bread or an add-on to a nutrition unit. Definitely a good deal as in e-book that you could project on a screen or Smart Board. You could do a search for describing words (adjectives) about the bread and tie it into a writing activity using adjectives. :o)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nutin. Nite
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My children were very entertained by this book. Nice drawings too.