Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The Saturday Cooking Club : Kitchen Chaos - by Deborah Levine - ADVISABLE

Levine Deborah Kitchen Chaos (The Saturday Cooking Club #1), 319 pages. Simon & Schuster,  2015. $8 Language: G (0 swears 0 ‘f’); Mature Content: G; Violence: G.

Liza and Frankie are two seventh graders who have been best friends since they were little. They were the best team for school projects until their social studies teachers , Mr. McEnroe, asked all the students to be in groups of three for their big immigration project. The third person of their team is a girl named Lillian whose parents came from China. They take a Saturday cooking class with a famous cooking show host named chef Antonio to learn about american cooking for their project. After six weeks of taking the class. They have learned all they need for their project and maybe even more.  

I really liked this book. It was full of lots of drama, and I really learned a lot about American cooking. I would definitely recommend this to all those seventh graders who love cooking. 

MS - ADVISABLE 7th grade student reviewer MZ

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