Kid’s Book Review: Grandma’s Magic Recipes

Kid’s Book Review: Grandma’s Magic Recipes

About the Book, Author and Illustrator

Grandma knows that the longer days of spring are on their way, but Zee’s not so sure. Luckily Grandma’s there to show him how to pay attention to the the flowers, the rain showers and the sunbeams that tell them that spring has sprung. Join them as they celebrate a plant-powered spring in this heart-warming story and recipe book.

With a background in gallery education, Ella Phillips graduated with a Masters in Fine Art from Wimbledon College in 2015. She is the author of My Grandma’s Magic Recipes series published by Scholastic.

Camilla Sucre is a Caribbean American artist from Trinidad. She studied at MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) and has a passion for many things including film, TV, and of course illustration.

Book Review

It is super cool to have a story and the real recipes

The rainbow colours are so nice, the story was nice and I like to cook with my mum. I liked the dancing gingerbread men in the snow.

We love trying out the recipes. It is super cool to have a story and the real recipes.

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Reviewer Profile

  • Name: Hannah
  • Age: 4 years
  • Likes: Drawing, Play-Doh and Crunchy Nut Porridge
  • Dislikes: Ninjago and feeling too hot
  • Favourite Book: The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
  • Favourite TV programme: Masha and Bear