Noodles, Please! -- Cheryl Yau ChepusovaRegular price $12.95 Sale price $9.99
Celebrating the versatility, popularity, and ubiquity of noodles, this board book gives hungry readers a delicious tour of pasta dishes from a variety of cultures and countries. --Kirkus Reviews
Here's an alphabet book to set your taste buds aflame. Noodles are a universally loved food, from Ash Reshteh in Iran to Zaru Soba in Japan. In this board book shaped to mimic bowls, readers will discover 26 different varieties as they eat their way through the alphabet. Who knew noodles could be served so many ways: long and short, hot and cold, spicy and sweet, in broth and baked, paired with vegetables, meat and fish.
Noodles, Please! provides a culinary tour of the world, highlighting cuisines from over a dozen different countries. With each new letter, a new dish is introduced identifying its country of origin and name written in both English and the country's native language. Whether learning about Tallarines Verdes for the first time, or a Naengmyeon aficionado, readers young and old are sure to slurp this one right up.
Author: Cheryl Yau Chepusova
Publisher: Collective Book Studio
Binding Type: Board Book
Size: 8.03h x 6.77w x 0.71d
Kirkus Reviews 02/15/2022
School Library Journal 04/01/2022 pg. 118
About the Author
Cheryl Yau Chepusova is a designer, writer, and author of the Big Cities Little Foodies travel series. As a Hong Kong native and city dweller, she has traveled around Asia and also lived and worked in Toronto, New York, and most recently San Francisco. Her writing has appeared in Design Observer, Metropolis, Print, and others. She spends her days designing apps and software for companies like Slack, Pinterest, The New York Times, and Squarespace. She enjoys picnics with her two children, teaching them multiple languages, and learning about the world together through picture books.Rebecca Hollingsworth was born and raised in Nottingham, UK. She studied art in college before heading to Leeds Arts University where she attained a First-Class Honors Degree in Illustration. Being very family orientated, she returned home to Nottingham to pursue a freelance career, joining Inspire Art Licensing in 2016 where her design style has grown and evolved.