With a pinch of salt and plenty of personality, kitchens have become the pulse of human life at home. What was once a purely utilitarian space has transformed into the room where we share our happiest experiences. We learn, fight, remember, entertain, discover, and embark on adventures through cooking.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin is set in the north of Germany in the year 1283. It is nearly Christmas and the townspeople are ready to celebrate when a rodent infestation interrupts their everyday lives. The mayor announces a seemingly straightforward proposition: rid the town of the rats and be given one thousand gold coins. A stranger with a small pipe entices the rats beyond the town gates, but when he is unfairly denied his reward, the story takes an unexpected turn.
The human body is astounding. This book explains how our body works in illustrations and texts that are created for children but are also fascinating for adults.