Children's International Cookbook 'The Cultured Chef' Reaches 75% Funding on Kickstarter

Children's author and illustrator team Nicholas Beatty and Coleen McIntyre are close to reaching their $8500 goal for publishing their children's book The Cultured Chef: An International Cookbook for Kids. Their Kickstarter campaign ends July 21st
VANCOUVER, Wash. - July 11, 2013 - PRLog -- The Cultured Chef: An International Cookbook for Kids is currently the subject of a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to print and distribute a limited edition of the book. The campaign runs until until 7PM July 21st and can be viewed at The grassroots crowdfunding platform is responsible for launching thousands of creative projects by artists and writers working outside the mainstream.  

More than just a cookbook, The Cultured Chef takes into consideration a child’s natural curiosity about our world. The book offers ways to stimulate all of a child’s senses through unique recipes, whimsical illustrations, and stories about fascinating people and places around the world.

Cooking and cultural education make the perfect partnership. Spending time in the kitchen allows many opportunities to learn life skills such as counting, measuring, and following instructions. While cultural exploration offers an opportunity for children to become healthy and active participants in an ever-shrinking global community.

Nicholas Beatty and Coleen McIntyre are the creative force behind The Cultured Chef. Their first book together, Baking with Friends, is the recipient of 5 national awards for children’s books, including the Benjamin Franklin Award.

More information about The Cultured Chef, and the Kickstarter campaign, go to
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