Introducing Puffin Little – beautifully designed, simple and engaging non-fiction books for young readers!
Just because we’re LITTLE doesn’t mean we can’t learn BIG skills.
Have you ever wondered how to make boring veggies into a super-delicious snack?
If you’re a Little Cook who wants to serve up yummy treats, get ready for a SNACK-ATTACK with Puffin Little!
“All in all this just a super little book for the budding cooks in your household or readership and one well worth the investment. The design is really cute and very appealing and the layout simple enough for even the newly independent readers to follow with ease.”
Sue Warren, Just So Stories
“Learn big skills and fun facts with these three cute new books from Puffin... Puffin Little Cook: Snacks shows you how to prepare easy, yummy foods... Cool!”
National Geographic Kids
“Do you know what a sieve is used for? Or a rolling pin? You’ll learn all about the wonders of the kitchen before jumping in to make all sorts of yummy snacks. First there are breakfast ideas such as an oatmeal breakfast smoothie and for lunch how about vegie pikelets? There are so many scrumptious recipes for little cooks with big appetites.”
Heather Zubek, The West Australian’s ED! Magazine
“This is an ideal recipe book for parents and grandparents to have on hand when budding cooks want to make something in the kitchen.”
Pat Pledger, Read Plus
“The Puffin Little Cook: Snacks is a beautifully written cook book for younger children that is not only easy to follow but more importantly creates very tasty and healthy snacks that may even turn your kids into budding chefs!”
Tony Smith, Impulse Gamer
“All three of these books would make an excellent addition to a classroom and have been well put together. They are compact and easily transported for a long ride in the car where you can quiz each other about the fun facts.”
Library Geek, Little Big Reads
“As a very first cookbook, Puffin Little Cook: Snacks ticks all the boxes. It will teach the kids a range of great recipes and is sure to inspire a love of cooking for many.”
Shaye Wardrop, Kids' Book Review
“Young readers will appreciate this series because there has clearly been a lot of thought put into addressing their unique needs as emerging readers as well as tapping into subjects that appeal.”
Barbara Braxton, The Bottom Shelf