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Ballpark Cookbook The National League: Recipes Inspired by Baseball Stadium Foods
Ballpark Cookbook The National League: Recipes Inspired by Baseball Stadium Foods
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Sports Illustrated Kids

Ballpark Cookbook The National League: Recipes Inspired by Baseball Stadium Foods

Forget peanuts and Cracker Jacks! National League Ballparks now offer a dizzying array of edible options. These make-like stadium recipes give young chefs and sports fans a culinary road trip at home. From the famous fish tacos at the Giants’s AT&T Park in San Francisco to brats and cheese curds at the Brewers’s Tropicana Field, these diamond dishes are perfect for any seventh-inning stretch. Produced in partnership with SPORTS ILLUSTRATED KIDS.

Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-9
Lexile Level1030L
ATOS Level6.4
AR Points1
AR Quiz #179458
Text TypeProcedural Text
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandSports Illustrated Kids
Page Dimensions8" x 10"
Page Count64
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $34.65 School/Library Price



School Library Journal - Paula Wiley, Baltimore County Pub. Lib., Towson

"Readers will say yes to learning how to make crab-cake sliders like they do at Baltimore’s Camden Yards, yes to pineapple salsa to go with the Caribbean rice bowl while watching the San Francisco Giants play, and yes to the gravy-drenched combination of cheese curds and french fries known as poutine in Toronto. Updated stadium food is not as unhealthy as it used to be, and the 15 mini-menus in each of these books reflects that. . . .Especially if your readers have had success with the author’s previous Sports Illustrated cookbooks, you’ll want these gender-neutral collections of recipes." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2016

Blake Hoena

Blake Hoena

Blake A. Hoena grew up in central Wisconsin, where he wrote stories about robots conquering the moon and trolls lumbering around the woods behind his parents house. He now lives in Minnesota and continues to write about fun things like space aliens and superheroes. Blake has written more than fifty chapter books and graphic novels for children.

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