Lunch at 10 Pomegranate Street

A glorious celebration of community, filled with recipes from all over the world and simple instructions perfect for young chefs.

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About the book

Publisher notes

  • Publication date: 06 August 2019
    ISBN: 9781925849059
    Format (h x w): 298mm x 226mm HB
    Extent: 40pp
    RRP: AUD $27.99
    Rights held: ANZ

  • Publication date: 12 September 2019
    ISBN: 9781911617983
    Format (h x w): 298mm x 226mm HB
    Extent: 40pp
    RRP: £12.99
    Rights held: ANZ

Description

Something smells good at 10 Pomegranate Street! Delicious, actually!

In each apartment, someone is preparing a special dish to share with their neighbours. Mr Singh is making coconut dahl with his daughter while Maria mashes some avocados for her guacamole. Will everything be ready on time?

Written and magnificently illustrated by Felicita Sala, this glorious celebration of community is filled with recipes from all over the world and simple instructions perfect for young chefs. Lunch at 10 Pomegranate Street is a visual feast to share and delight in.

Review

‘This delightful book will provide fun for young and old and the age old theme of cooking and their smells is encapsulated in the homes in 10 Pomegranate Street.’
Child Mags

Reviews

‘This book is the most wonderful and warm book of stories and recipes. It celebrates community, diversity and the joy of cooking … The power of getting your kids cooking is undeniable!’
—Julia Busuttil Nishimura (Ostro)

‘Gorgeous illustrations with recipes great to do with kids’
—Rachel Khoo

‘This eye-catching, mouth-watering cookbook beautifully evokes the joy of food and its power to unite.’
—Frances Atkinson, Sydney Morning Herald

‘A delicious collection of recipes, beautifully illustrated and collated in a way which honours ingredients, sharing and love of food.’
—Amie Sabadin, Kids Book Review

‘Every page in this book has detailed illustrations with simple recipes that the children can follow. It would be such fun to help the young ones to cook this food that comes from different places around the world’. FOUR STAR
—Good Reading

‘A stunningly illustrated recipe book for kids (or anyone, really). Simply sweet.’

—Yotam Ottolenghi

‘The world’s cuisines are brought together with some well-considered pencil strokes – a book for adults to drool over, as well as children.’
—Amy Bryant, THE TELEGRAPH

‘A warm, beautifully illustrated celebration of community and culture, including simple recipes from around the world.’
—THE BOOKSELLER