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Everybody Cooks Rice by Norah Dooley
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Everybody Cooks Rice (edition 1992)

by Norah Dooley (Author), Peter J. Thornton (Illustrator)

Series: Everybody

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Member:calvinsmith
Title:Everybody Cooks Rice
Authors:Norah Dooley (Author)
Other authors:Peter J. Thornton (Illustrator)
Info:Carolrhoda Books (1992), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
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Tags:Anthony is late again and as usual Carrie is sent to find her little brother.

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Jeffrey Eddeler
  GinaCast | Jun 25, 2019 |
This book shows children that there are similarities in our cultures ( )
  ambreecote | Oct 29, 2018 |
Summary: A child is sent to find a younger brother at dinnertime and is
introduced to a variety of cultures through encountering the many different
ways rice is prepared at the different households visited.
  collectionmcc | Mar 6, 2018 |
Summary- This book was about a little girl who went looking for her brother among all her neighbors' houses. At each house she talked about where the family came from and what they were making and she ate a little food. Each family was making a different dish but all included some type of rice. After going through many different houses and cultures and learning about many different kinds of rice she goes home and finds her brother there. The little girl mentions how everyone was having rice for dinner that night.
Genre- This book would be realistic fiction because this is a story that could be true.
Age- 2nd-5th grade.
Media- It does not say but possibly oil painting or some type of drawing.
  crystal.krahmer | Apr 8, 2017 |
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This is a story about a little girl named Carrie who is sent out to find her brother before dinner. While she is searching in her neighborhood she learns that all her neighbors eat rice, buts it’s not cooked the same. This teaches her we are not so different after all.

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I think this book connects cultures together with food. I think this is a great book to teach children that the way we look on the outside doesn’t mean we are not the same on the inside.

Extension Ideas
1. Have the children come up with different ways to eat rice.
2. Then have them pair the type of rice with the culture. ( )
  April03 | Mar 27, 2017 |
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A child is sent to find a younger brother at dinnertime and is introduced to a variety of cultures through encountering the many different ways rice is prepared at the different households visited.

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