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Cooperative Collection Development -- CCD: Cooking

• The School Library System (SLS) Cooperative Collection Development Plan is developed as part of the resource sharing component of the plan of service.

About the Collection

Launched in 2008, the Cooking collection is geared to the needs and interests of elementary school students and their families. The collection encompasses all aspects of food—from growing to harvesting, preparation, and consumption. The materials address topics including individual ingredients, regional cuisines, historical periods, as well as nutrition, and careers in cooking. Branching out from traditional cookbooks written for children, the Cooking collection also includes food- and cooking-themed fiction, picture books, and poetry, as well as professional resources for teaching with these materials.

Our Library Catalog

MyLibraryNYC

Culinary Arts Collection

Curator

Cheryl Wolf, Librarian

The Neighborhood School (P.S. 363) and S.T.A.R. Academy (P.S. 363)

121 East 3rd Street

New York, NY  10002

New Books

Websites

Cooking Videos

YouTube Child Chefs (Sweets Upon Sweets)

Food Zine

This collection . . .

Launched in 2008, the Cooking collection is geared to the needs and interests of elementary school students and their families. The collection encompasses all aspects of food—from growing, to harvesting, preparation, and consumption. The materials address topics including individual ingredients, regional cuisines, historical periods, as well as nutrition and careers in cooking. Branching out from traditional cookbooks written for children, the Cooking collection also includes food- and cooking-themed fiction, picture books, and poetry, as well as professional resources for teaching with these materials.

Poetry

Poems about Eating and Cooking - from the Poetry Foundation

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