A Little Book for a Little Cook


Read by Rosslyn Carlyle

(2.6 stars; 9 reviews)

This charming little book compiles together a number of recipes, set out in an easy to understand manner, along with a poetic story about the stages of bread production. This book was produced as a promotional for a flour production company called Pillsbury. This is a "modern" update compared to the original edition of the book. This version has exact oven temperature settings for each recipe included in a preface for the book, along with more precise suggestions for the baking time. The book has been written for children, however I am certain that adults could enjoy the book equally as much as a child would. - Summary by Rosslyn Carlyle (0 hr 23 min)

Chapters

Directions 1:21 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
A Note to the Modern Reader 3:45 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Bread 1:37 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Biscuits 1:24 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Ginger bread 1:48 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Sponge Cake 1:25 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Muffins 1:15 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Creamed Potatoes 1:33 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Fudge 1:29 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Chocolate Cake 1:24 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Johnny Cake 1:17 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
Little Talks with Little Cooks 1:41 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle
The Tale of the Loaf on the Shelf 3:38 Read by Rosslyn Carlyle

Reviews

Cute and practical


(4 stars)

Cute, from a time of restrained advertising and a solid belief in children learning early that not only is simple cooking easy to do but a great deal of fun. I learned, by age 10, enough cooking to not only feed myself but enough to pre plan a usual night meal for myself, but well enough to put out an entire Holiday meal for 20 plus others. By that same age I was washing, drying, folding, and ironing all my own clothes. My kids were taught to do their own laundry by age 7-8. Both of them still can out cook me, today!!!

meh


(4.5 stars)

It good but the girls accent is annoying

Really?Is that the way to read


(2.5 stars)

I am eight now and i LOVE cooking.i started to cook when I was 6.the first thing I cooked was mince.it was good😋my family of 6 people including myself had it that night.

Reader was O.K


(0.5 stars)

I had to turn it off. The reader had an accent. And was WAY to close to the microphone.👎