"Bread lovers are in for a treat!... This attractive book is a solid addition to an elementary library collection. Young bakers will enjoy learning about the science of bread making and will be eager to try the recipe included."—School Library Journal “Sensory details of sounds, smells and tastes throughout the story intrigue readers and the facts about bread are organically introduced… A fun way to introduce food science and bread making to young readers."—Kirkus Reviews "Choi’s soft, warm cartoon illustrations add levity to Binczewski and Econopouly’s winsome, pun-filled text and help illuminate not only the steps involved but also some of the science; one memorable spread depicts greedy microbes burping as they chow down.... Curious culinarily inclined kiddos will want to take a bite out of this."—Booklist "This engaging picture book about the science and joy of making bread is named for Washington State University’s influential Bread Lab and co-written by its managing director, Kim Binczewski, and agricultural scientist Bethany Econopouly. Illustrated lovingly by Hayelin Choi, this book should inspire folks of all ages to explore the world of sourdough baking."—EATER Seattle "This picture book captures the science and fun of breadmaking as Iris discovers the ingredients, process, and flavor of baking homemade bread."—FoodTank: The Food Think Tank “A good way to introduce students to bread, wheat, and the science of baking.”—American Farm Bureau Foundation of Agriculture “Bread Lab engages readers in at least a baker's dozen ways. From the sweet story full of science to the recipe and resources at the very end. It's sure to be a hit with food educators of every variety.”—Whatcom County (WA) Farm to School "Bread Lab! will make you hungry for homemade bread! This is one book youknead in your children's collection."—Amber Scott, Founding Executive Director, Food Literacy Center "Best with a slice of butter with a warm loaf of fresh sourdough, this is a warm, well-leavened addition to any elementary library food collection."—Craig Seasholes, Seattle school librarian, President, Washington Library Association
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