Sarah's Yummiest Food (Sarah Series)

Sarah's Yummiest Food (Sarah Series)

By: Madeline Beale (author), Douglas Goh (illustrator)Hardback

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About the Book Sarah is a little girl of 3 years, born to a multi-cultural family. As she grows up, she is introduced to many varieties of cuisine based on her family's heritage; naan and curries from India, rice from all parts of Asia, and pasta from Western cultures. Sarah loves to eat all types of food, will she decide which is her favorite? See how Sarah finds something simple and special about her individuality and what she decides is her yummiest, favorite food.

About Author

About the Author Madeline Beale is a writer, tutor and a stay-at-home mum to two beautiful girls: Sarah and Alaina. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, cycling, a great coffee, and spending time with her family. Inspired by her daughter's loving upbringing from their multi-cultural extended family, Madeline developed the Sarah Series based on real experiences and her children's simple understanding that no matter what type of family you have or where you come from, the most important element is unconditional love. Douglas Goh is a Creative Director and avid doodler in his spare time. He has won many awards in different creative fields around the world, but never fails to see the beauty in his surroundings - making caricatures of people and situations and taking photographs of architecture. Not really considering himself as an illustrator, this opportunity has given him the chance to bring his doodles to life.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9789814751858
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 24
  • ID: 9789814751858
  • weight: 331
  • ISBN10: 9814751855

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