The Only Way to Make Bread

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Product Details
Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Tundra Books (NY)
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
10.2 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780735271760

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About the Author
CRISTINA QUINTERO is a first-generation Colombian-Canadian of both Afro-Colombian and Indigenous-Colombian descent. As a child of immigrants, she understands the importance of stories that go beyond trauma and struggle and instead highlight the everyday joy that is created within immigrant communities. She grew up in a neighborhood where one mama filled in for another, so while it was not always easy, her childhood was always delicious. Thus was born her lifelong love of food and ideas about community-building through food.

Filipino-Canadian illustrator SARAH GONZALES was born in Saudi Arabia and raised in Canada. Sarah has been drawing ever since she can remember and has never stopped; she eventually went to the Alberta College of Art and Design, where she focused on illustration and design. Sarah lives in Montreal.
Reviews
"You'll want to make bread after reading this warmhearted book . . . the story ensures nothing about this process comes off as precious except the time spent together. This is . . . a unifying addition to conversations around community and food literacy." --STARRED REVIEW, Booklist

"The warm tones and textures of Gonzales's colored pencil illustrations evoke the feeling of being in a kitchen baking bread with loved ones. . . . A celebration of differences and the commonalities that unite us." --Kirkus Reviews

"There's excellent chemistry between Colombian-Canadian debut author Cristina Quintero's playful, immersive text and Filipino-Canadian illustrator Sarah Gonzales's softly textured, coloured-pencil artwork with toasty ochre tones and steamy swirls of buttery yellow . . . The Only Way to Make Bread is perfect for savouring and sharing." --Quill & Quire

"The art, combined with Quintero's graceful text, results in a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the ordinary, love-filled lives of individuals from various cultures." --Shelf Awareness

"This lively celebration of bread offers a welcome emphasis on diversity and collaboration. A warm and engaging read-aloud, it is also an excellent resource for caregivers and teachers." --School Library Journal

"The Only Way to Make Bread proves itself to be a new family favourite. With a timeless message and adorable graphics, this book is certain to be a good read no matter how old you are." --Young Adulting

"[A]s appealing as a warm, freshly baked loaf of bread." --CM: Canadian Review of Materials

"With softly coloured illustrations, children will explore different ways to make bread. . . . Recipes at the back of the book will have young chefs excited to try these delicious variations." --Calgary Herald