B Is for Brownies: An ABC Baking Book (Little Bakers #3) (Board book)

B Is for Brownies: An ABC Baking Book (Little Bakers #3) By Caroline Wright, Alison Oliver (Illustrator) Cover Image

B Is for Brownies: An ABC Baking Book (Little Bakers #3) (Board book)

By Caroline Wright, Alison Oliver (Illustrator)

$9.99


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This is book number 3 in the Little Bakers series.

Baking is as easy as A-B-C with this brownies-themed alphabet board book that features a kid-friendly recipe!

Little bakers everywhere will love reading this catchy rhyming story and discovering everything that’s involved in baking brownies—from A to Z—and then joining adults in the kitchen to practice measuring, mixing, decorating, and tasting!

Featuring irresistibly bright and bold art and a kid-friendly brownies recipe, this sturdy board book is perfect for story time and snack time.

Hungry for more? Check out all the books in the Little Bakers series:

  • 1234 Cake!: A Count-and-Bake Book
  • Cookie Truck: A Sugar Cookie Shapes Book

Caroline Wright is a cook, author, and terminal brain cancer patient. She’s written four cookbooks and is the author of the Little Bakers board book series and Lasting Love, her children’s book about the enduring love of a parent. Caroline lives in Seattle, Washington with her family. www.carolinewrightbooks.com



Alison Oliver is the author-illustrator of Moon and Sun, and the illustrator of 30 BabyLit board books. She is also author-illustrator of the Be Bold, Baby board book series, featuring biographies of inspiring women. Alison lives in New York City, where she also runs a studio called Sugar that focuses on design, illustration and painting.

Product Details ISBN: 9780063071858
ISBN-10: 0063071851
Publisher: HarperFestival
Publication Date: March 22nd, 2022
Pages: 22
Language: English
Series: Little Bakers

All will enjoy this delicious way to explore letters, words, and the kitchen. ­Let the Great Board Book Baking Show begin.
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