We Love Pizza
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Autorius: Elenia Beretta
First created in Naples, Italy, hundreds of years ago, pizza has grown to become a dish adored all over the world. Conquering the bellies of millions, We Love Pizza provides fun facts about this enduringly popular (and tasty) classic.
Did you know that Americans eat about 350 slices of pizza per second? Or that the Hawaiian pizza was actually created in Canada? Many cultures and countries have developed their own interpretations, and this colorful book looks at pizza from every angle.
We Love Pizza explains how to make dough from scratch and uncover inspiration for toppings, all while tickling taste buds and inducing an appetite. Grab a slice of the action!
|Dimensions||21 × 26 cm|
3-6 years, 6-10 years, from 5 years
Activity and creativity books, Non-fiction, Picture books
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