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Too Many Cooks (Ratatouille) Hardcover – June 2, 2007
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About the Author
Margaret McNamarais the award-winning author of the popular Robin Hill School books. She is also the author ofHow Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?, with pictures by Brian Karas, which will be published in fall 2007. An avid cook and a longtime children's book editor, Ms. McNamara lives in New York City.
Nate Wraggwas born and raised in the small town of Davis, California. Growing up watching cartoons and drawing every day, he knew from a young age that he wanted to work in animation. So he moved down south to Los Angeles to study animation and design at Cal Arts. He is currently a sketch artist at Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, California. This is his first picture book.
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Too Many Cooks is truly a work of art -- & so unique. It is suitable for little ones who don't know their numerls yet [but are learning to count fingers toes & gourmand rats] & for cooks who need a refresher on recipe terminology. The Menu, at the end of the book, is a mini guide to French cooking.
The beautifully illustrated inside covers bracket a tour of Paris -- from sun up to moon rise. A renound city of art, gourmets, & gourmands the happy rats of Ratatouille proove that French Cuisine is indeed for Artist.
B. Joan Wragg
I am not the least biased because the artist is my grandson.
A must for any ratatouille fan, francophile kid, future chef--anyone!