Be a Superhero in the Kitchen
Book Title: BE A SUPERHERO IN THE KITCHEN by Donna Glass
Category: Children's Fiction (Ages 6-10), 48 pages
Genre: Children's Picture Cook Book
Release date: March 2021
Tour dates: Feb 22 to Mar 5, 2021
Content Rating: G. This children's book is for everyone.
Every caregiver knows the trials of feeding a picky eater. Some nights are truly a battle. Nerves are frayed, and a pleasant, relaxing dinner can quickly be filled with tears, tantrums, and some nights, a battle of wills. Well, my goal with this book is to tip the scales in our favor. One surefire way I've discovered to get my picky eaters to eat is to let them help make the meal. After all, food tastes better when you've had a hand in fixing it. Let your child try their hand with the recipes in this book. A child who becomes the superhero of dinnertime is one who eats super well.
This is a fun cookbook for young children. I know my niece had fun trying out recipes. The instructions are simple with just a few easy steps to follow. My niece made the Mac and cheese pizza. She was proud of herself that she made it with minimal adult assistance. Not to mention the fact that she did enjoy eating it. Which is the whole point of cooking something.
This cookbook can help encourage any young child to get in the kitchen and learn to cook. They will feel like a cooking superhero in the kitchen.
I am a wife, mother of two kids, a lover of comic books, and a home cook. I believe in making mealtime an enjoyable experience through joint cooking and kid-friendly meals. I also believe kids that help with the cooking process are more likely to eat their meals, which leads to a happy, peaceful dining experience. Be a Superhero in the Kitchen is my first children’s cookbook, but I strive to publish more.
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What advice would you give budding writers?
Since I write children's books, I can only describe my journey and what I learned. I hope my following words help any inspiring author.
Bringing a book to life requires patience and, in some cases, lots of time. There are edits on the manuscript, selecting an illustrator, and rounds of revisions with an illustrator to get your vision just right. You'll also have to handle modifications on design and layout. Then, there's the waiting game on when your baby goes live.
If you have a publisher, your book will be sent off to the printer. Mine took months to be delivered. If you go indie, you can select Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Lulu, or a number of other places to print your book on-demand.
Despite all the frustrations you'll face, and you'll face some, focus on when you have the book in your hands. Visual a smiling customer is holding your book, eager to read it, or overjoyed because they just did, and it's that good.
Nothing in life is rarely easy. However, every time I get mentioned online with a Super Chef in action, I am grateful I remained patient and put this book on the market.
One day, you'll have a similar moment with a reader, and it'll make your whole day brighter. I wish you all luck and great success.