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tani reviewed The Hole in the Wall Gang Cookbook: Kid-Friendly Recipes for Families to Make Together on
From the cover:
"In 1988, Paul Newman and A.E. Hotchner established the first Hole in the Wall Gang Camp for children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases...Today, over 7,000 children attend the camps each year. The spirit of sharing and good times fills The Hold in the Wall Gang Cookbook. Letters and poems from the campers make using the book a treat."
The book also has lots of photographs of campers, ten tips for food and kitchen safety, a page in Chapter 4 entitled "If your kids won't eat their vegetables, try...," and many fun recipes for kids, or kids and their parents, to make.
Hole-In-The-Wall Camp is for children with serious blood diseases. This cookbook comes from the creators and campers of this camp. Illustrated with photos from camp, and some famous people visiting the camp. Good, easy recipes.
Contrary to the book type, this is a hardcover. Pages of kid-friendly family recipes, some from celebrities, photos, and touching letters from sick kids who were able to enjoy a visit to Camp Hole-In-The-Wall.