Whats In A Dumpling Grandma
From the creator of the TikTok sensation Grey and Mama (@greyandmama, 7.5M followers) and author of Thank You, Mama comes a Vietnamese American family story about a boy who loves to eat adventurously, comfort food, family tradition, and a grandmother’s love and wisdom.
Join Grey and his cousin Mila as Grandma teaches them to cook banh loc, Vietnamese dumplings, and passes down her memories of sharing this heritage comfort food with other loved ones.
This warm-and-toasty picture book for 4-to-8-year-olds
*celebrates the relationship between a grandparent and grandchild,
*explores the importance of family history and cultural heritage through the act of passing down a favorite recipe,
*honors the past while expressing joy for today’s memories-in-the-making,
*features the bright and imaginative artwork of Sandra Eide,
*offers a recipe for Grey’s grandma’s famous fish sauce, and
*includes lots and lots of delicious dumplings!
4 in stock
SKU (ISBN): 9781400244225
Linda Meeker | Illustrator: Sandra Eide
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: November 2023
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
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