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I Have a Restaurant

by Ryan Afromsky

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983604525, Paperback)

Children love to eat out at their favorite restaurant and are often curious about what happens once the waiter or waitress takes their order and disappears into the back room. What goes on behind the scenes after an order is placed? Where does the food come from? What does it look like “back there? How does it all work? In this popular children's book, Ryan, the restaurant owner, is your child's guide to learning everything that goes on in a restaurant, from the time the restaurant opens and gets ready to serve its customers, to taking a person's order and preparing it, to when the food arrives. From opening to closing time, children will have fun and their curiosity will be sparked as they explore and learn about what happens behind the scenes of eating in a restaurant. Informative and amusing, with a diverse, colorful cast of characters, I Have a Restaurant is a great way to educate and inspire kids, ages 3-7, about the lively teamwork and steps it takes to prepare and serve customers delicious meals. This book is informative and fun. Reading this with my five-year-old stimulated the best discussion”everything from planning to eat out, to manners, to thanking those who served us. It was great fun! Ruth Harmon, Kaitlyn's mom

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