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Looking for some new tastes of summer? Check out some of these books from the Abington Community Library with “cool” yet easy recipes for kids.


Easy story books for ages 3 – 5:


“Farmers Market” by Carmen Parks


“Farmers’ Market Day” by Shanda Trent


“Wag A Tail [at the Farmers Market]” by Lois Ehlert


Recipe books for ages 7 – 11:


“No-Cook Cookery” by Ting and Neil Morris (Try “Cheese Boats,” “Thirst Quenchers,” “Bird’s Nests” or “The Big Chill”)


“Salad People and More Real Recipes” by Mollie Katzen (Make “Salad People,” “Cool Cucumber Soup,” “Green Garden Dip” or “Sunrise Lemonade”)


“Simple Recipes for Kids” series


“A Princess Cookbook” by Sarah L. Schuette (Includes “Fairy Tale Floats,” “Princess and the Pea Salad” and “Princess Parfait”)


“A Superhero Cookbook” by Sarah Schuette (Cool off with “Captain Egg Heads Devilled Eggs,” “Super-Powered Salsa,” “Salad Man Saves the Day” and “Zam! Pow! Punch”)


“Yummy Tummy Recipes” series


“Super’Wiches” by Marilyn LaPenta (Put together a “Cucumber Garden Sandwich,” a “Tuna Avocado Roll-Up” or a “Salad Medley Sandwich”)


“Way Cool Drinks” by Marilyn LaPenta (Mix up a “Mango Tango,” “Summer Slushy,” “Blueberry Bash Smoothie” or “Blue Melon Medley”)


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