A Journey of Tastes is a children’s rhyming and repetitive storybook for ages 3-13 years old where four children go on a journey to the seven continents of the world. Children will learn the days of the week, the seven continents of the world and learn about diverse foods. Don’t forget to imagine what food is behind each red door with a sneak peek after each continent they visit! Which food will you think is the best?
7 Days of Flavour includes 17 flavourful recipes with fun facts from the world’s seven largest countries and with children in their cultural clothes from their own country. Each country you visit will have two recipes of tasty and flavourful food dishes for you and your child to experience. May you and your child enjoy this time together in the kitchen by exploring the different cuisines while boosting their confidence.
A Journey of Flavours is a delightful children’s book with a sweet and simple story of four children going on a journey of visiting the seven continents in the seven days of the week, all the while learning about famous dishes from the places they go to. As the title suggests, it is really a journey of flavours because the book is full of colourful real pictures of food items from all seven continents. It’s a highly useful book as it also teaches the kids the names of seven days of the week in order, introduces them to the seven continents and the seven largest countries of the world along with their world-famous cuisines. The names of these continents have been described in poetic writing with rhyming and repetition that is really important to grasp a child’s attention. This book is also to be read by parents along with their kids and is quite beneficial for them too, as the book consists of 17 recipes of food items from across the world including our very yummy samosas as well!
Originally an extension of the author’s former book A Journey of Tastes, this book is a much better rendition of it as it is vivid, elaborate and quite useful. Parents will definitely love this book as it’s an effective, bright, colourful and entertaining way to introduce their children to valuable information and have fun spending time with them reading on this adventure. At the end of the book, an adventure starts for the young readers, as there are lovely activities given for them. The children are challenged to name the days of the week in order, match dishes to their respective continents, match vibrant and exciting photographs of sightseeing places to their countries and learn all these important facts all in a playful way. Kids and parents will definitely be fans of the book! – Harsh Tyagi, book and blogger reviewer