December 10, 2016

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What’s Cooking? The ‘So, You Want to Be a Chef?’ Giveaway

Whet your appetite with this step-by-step guide to becoming a culinary genius. From running your own kitchen to writing a food blog, to inventing new recipes and even learning about molecular So, You Want to Be a Chef?gastronomy, So, You Want to Be a Chef? unveils everything you need to know to break into the culinary arts. To help you and your teens earn their toques, we’re giving away 50 copies of this activity packed book.

Please send your name, the name of your library, and complete mailing address (US only) to leah@beyondword.com with “So, You Want to Be a Chef? Giveaway” as the subject line by September 30, 2013. Fifty winners will be chosen at random and will be notified via email by October 15.

The third title in the “Be What You Want” series, So, You Want to Be a Chef? provides tips and advice from kids as well as seasoned professionals. Recipes, activities, and sidebars with fun factoids, like the history of the cupcake, keep readers engaged.

Discover more in the “Be What You Want” series with So, You Want to Be a Writer? and XXX, both available now. Don’t wait to grow up to discover your dreams, get started today!

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Dodie Ownes About Dodie Ownes

Dodie Ownes left the glamorous world of retrospective conversion and disco to jump on the library vendor train. Since then, she has been learning at the feet of the masters about all things library. Dodie lives in Golden, Colorado, where even the sign which arches the main street says "Howdy."

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Stay Ahead of New Ways to Spark Engagement Through Hands-On Learning
Registration is now open for the fourth installment of Maker Workshop. Back with all new content, this 4-week online course will explore emerging technologies, digital making, STEAM, and web literacy spanning programs and ideas for all ages. This time, we’ll feature special sessions devoted to teen programming ideas and education that you can emulate at your school or public library.