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  • Title: How the Cookie Crumbled: The True (and Not-So-True) Stories of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Author: Gilbert Ford
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Hardcover

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  • ☆ How the Cookie Crumbled: The True (and Not-So-True) Stories of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie Ð Gilbert Ford
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How the Cookie Crumbled: The True (and Not-So-True) Stories of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie

About "Gilbert Ford"

  1. Gilbert Ford

    Gilbert Ford grew up in Jackson, Mississippi, and moved to New York to attend Pratt Institute After graduating, he worked as a designer and illustrator for a giftware company, creating puzzles, games, stickers, stationery, and activity books for children, before setting out on his own in 2007 He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY His toys have won several Openheimer awards, and his illustrations have been recognized by Communication Arts, 3 x 3, American Illustration Chosen, The Society of Illustrators, and The Society of Publication Designers He is the author and illustrator of his first picture book published by Disney Hyperion, entitled FLYING LESSONS that hit the shelves in Spring, 2010 He is also the illustrator of the popular Pseudonymous Bosch Secret Series published by Little, Brown, and Baby s Favorite Rhymes to Sign published by Three Rivers Press Random House.

405 thoughts on “How the Cookie Crumbled: The True (and Not-So-True) Stories of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie”

  1. The story of inventor of the chocolate chip cookie and three possible origin stories of how it was invented.


  2. How the Cookie Crumbled the True and Not So True Stories of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie written and illustrated by Gilbert Ford New York Atheneum Books, c2017 40 pages CURRICULUM CHOCOLATE SUMMARY Everything has a beginning, including chocolate chip cookies The only thing is no one knows what really happened here is a book that shares all the stories and legends of the now famous Toll House Chocolate Chip CookieVIEW A good book about history, inventions, success in business and on [...]


  3. A refreshing not too cutesy children s biography I very much like that it stays focused on the individual, and the writing is age appropriate without defaulting to making up dialogue or pretending to know exactly what she was thinking.I also appreciate that it mentions her background and education, and discusses the myths then analyzes each Yay for impromptu lessons on critical thinking Double yay for crediting a clever lady and giving her her due, and showing hard background work establishing h [...]


  4. Well, I had never really thought about how the best cookie in the world was created but well Here s the story of how I love the story and the illustrations and the cookies too The author, who mercifully did NOT write her children s book in verse, added some cute sayings in her writing style such as she hungered for They were married and cooking up a plan she was one tough cookie She could have overdone it with colloquialisms like that but I thought they were in perfect taste see I can do it too [...]


  5. I absolutely loved this book The story is fun to read, and follow along with the colorful pictures The most amazing thing is learning the true story of where the Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe came from In all the years I have enjoyed the cookies, I never even thought about it including toll house I was amazed to find out why the cookies include that phrase and the person behind the invention of the cookie recipe Fascinating read for children and adults


  6. Female chef, entrepreneur, and recipe inventor Ruth Wakefield is featured in this non fiction examination of how the chocolate chip cookie came to be Includes three different versions of the recipe s invention and a brief discussion of the merit of each Great for encouraging critical thinking with young read aloud audiences Not a biography no timeline, does not cover full lifespan Best as read aloud for ages 5 7 K 2.


  7. Three possible origins of the chocolate chip cookie which is true The author gives 3 options that he found, and if I were doing this as a presentation, I would stop there and have the kids discuss which is most and least likely The author then pokes holes in 2 of the origin stories Did the kids agree This would be a good Information Literacy exercise for early grades K 2


  8. I loved this informational book about the history of how the chocolate chip cookie came to be Great pictures and I liked how there are three different explanations It would be fun to have kids discuss which seems most likely to be true This will be a fun book to share with students.


  9. This is an excellent nonfiction story about how the chocolate chip cookie was invented The illustrations are great and the story is told in an energetic and interesting way Kids would really love this one.


  10. I liked learning the background to the name Tollhouse Cookies and how Nestle went from making chocolate bars to chocolate chips It would be fun for kids to speculate how Ruth Wakefield came up with her chocolate crunch cookie recipe.


  11. This book would be the perfect gift for young readers with some baking supplies Alternatively, slightly older readers could practice making inferences and identifying text evidence to support a claim.


  12. I never knew why they re called Toll House cookies I really appreciated that the author made a big deal of presenting opposing opinions on how the cookie was developed



  13. I enjoyed this picture book biography of the inventor of the chocolate chip cookie Definitely a page turner And now I want cookies


  14. Really enjoyed this pb bio liked how Ford dealt with the parts that did not have definite facts.


  15. Really fun picture book biography It s going to appeal to anyone who has had a chocolate chip cookie



  16. I love reading about chocolate chip cookies, plus the way the story is told is just hilarious The pictures go right along with the humor No kid could resist this


  17. This semi biography of the inventor of the chocolate chip cookie Cute esasy to follow and fun I liked the alternate versions of the recipie and the presenation of them elementary




  18. How were chocolate chip cookies created Here are three versions Enjoy a cookie while reading this delightful tale.


  19. I lived near Whitman, Massachusetts and used to drive by the Toll House Inn I learned a bit about how the Toll House Cookie was invented.


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