What's in the Pan, Man? by Pauline Stewart, Alex Ayliffe
  

Synopsis

What's in the Pan, Man? by Pauline Stewart, Alex Ayliffe

'Dan can cook, man' - The delicious smells from his bubbling pot drift along the beach and attract a huge crowd, all eager to help with this Caribbean 'cook-out'. Everyone has something to add to the recipe. A little onion, tomatoes, three fishes, garlic, lime, okra...soon the whole town wants to know: What's in the pan, man?! Tantalizing descriptions and an upbeat text immerse the reader in a world of colour, activity and celebration.

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You can almost smell the ginger and lime in this feast of a book. A lovely bit of Caribbean sunshine for our chilly winter months Practical Parenting

About the Author

Pauline Stewart was born in Hackney, London in 1962, and her parents are Jamaican. She is a freelance writer, working on a huge variety of projects: fiction, theatre, short stories, poetry, and journalism, and she also runs poetry and theatre workshops. Alex Ayliffe studied at Harrow Art college and since graduating she has illustrated over 30 children's books. She specialises in collage and is inspired by colour and faces.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7

Author

Pauline Stewart, Alex Ayliffe
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Publisher

Bodley Head Children's Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

3rd January 2002

ISBN

9780370325835


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