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The Redwall Cookbook

Part of Redwall

Illustrated by Christopher Denise
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Paperback
$24.99 US
8.56"W x 10.06"H x 0.35"D   | 15 oz | 30 per carton
On sale Sep 22, 2005 | 104 Pages | 978-0-399-23791-1
Age 10 and up | Grade 5 & Up
Don't miss The Redwall Cookbook! With almost 40 recipes illustrated in full color that capture the charm and magic of the beloved series, this official Redwall cookbook is a perfect gift for fans of all ages.

For years and years, devoted gluttons of the Tales of Redwall have craved the most tantalizing of dishes. Great Hall Gooseberry Fool. Shrimp'n'Hotroot Soup. Mole's Favorite Deeper'n'Ever Turnip'n'Tater'n'Beetroot Pie washed down with Summer Strawberry Fizz.

Now you can create—and even better, EAT—all the fantastic dishes found only behind the Abbey walls of Redwall, home to the brave creatures of Mossflower Wood. With full-color illustrations throughout, tons of vegetarian options, a fun new tale from Redwall to tie together all the recipes, and a special note from Brian Jacques himself, The Redwall Cookbook is certain to turn inexperienced Dibbuns into seasoned chefs. The only official Redwall cookbook out there, this is a gift like no other for fans of the series, old or new.

Serve with a generous helping of storytelling magic!
"The dishes are wonderfully evocative of the charm that underlies all of Redwall...[but] the real appeal of this book lies in its gorgeously rendered and finely detailed illustrations...this gastronomical visit to the Abbey will be enjoyed by Redwall devotees."--School Library Journal
Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool in 1939. He left school at age 15 and found work as a docker, a truck driver, a policeman, and a stand-up comic, all before turning his attention to writing. He wrote his first novel, Redwall, for the children at a school for the blind in Liverpool. Since 1986, his descriptive style of writing has captivated readers from ages 8 to 80. His books have won international awards and acclaim and have been made into a TV series. View titles by Brian Jacques
Christopher Denise lives in Providence, Rhode Island. View titles by Christopher Denise

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Don't miss The Redwall Cookbook! With almost 40 recipes illustrated in full color that capture the charm and magic of the beloved series, this official Redwall cookbook is a perfect gift for fans of all ages.

For years and years, devoted gluttons of the Tales of Redwall have craved the most tantalizing of dishes. Great Hall Gooseberry Fool. Shrimp'n'Hotroot Soup. Mole's Favorite Deeper'n'Ever Turnip'n'Tater'n'Beetroot Pie washed down with Summer Strawberry Fizz.

Now you can create—and even better, EAT—all the fantastic dishes found only behind the Abbey walls of Redwall, home to the brave creatures of Mossflower Wood. With full-color illustrations throughout, tons of vegetarian options, a fun new tale from Redwall to tie together all the recipes, and a special note from Brian Jacques himself, The Redwall Cookbook is certain to turn inexperienced Dibbuns into seasoned chefs. The only official Redwall cookbook out there, this is a gift like no other for fans of the series, old or new.

Serve with a generous helping of storytelling magic!

Praise

"The dishes are wonderfully evocative of the charm that underlies all of Redwall...[but] the real appeal of this book lies in its gorgeously rendered and finely detailed illustrations...this gastronomical visit to the Abbey will be enjoyed by Redwall devotees."--School Library Journal

Author

Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool in 1939. He left school at age 15 and found work as a docker, a truck driver, a policeman, and a stand-up comic, all before turning his attention to writing. He wrote his first novel, Redwall, for the children at a school for the blind in Liverpool. Since 1986, his descriptive style of writing has captivated readers from ages 8 to 80. His books have won international awards and acclaim and have been made into a TV series. View titles by Brian Jacques
Christopher Denise lives in Providence, Rhode Island. View titles by Christopher Denise