Chopsticks

Author: Jessica Anthony
Publisher:
ISBN: 1595144358
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In a love story told in photographs and drawings, Glory--a brilliant but lonely piano prodigy--is drawn to Frank, an artistic new boy, and the farther she falls, the deeper she spirals into madness until the only song she is able to play is "Chopsticks." Original.

Maggie S Chopsticks

Author: Alan Woo
Publisher: Kids Can Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781554536191
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When Maggie gets chopsticks, she has difficulty using them and everyone at the table seems to have a different advice on holding them.

Chopsticks

Author: Q. Edward Wang
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107023963
Size: 12.29 MB
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Offers a pioneering account of the history of chopsticks, charting their evolution in Asian food culture to the present day.

Chopsticks

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Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: PSU:000058124376
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A small mouse named Chopsticks who lives on a floating restaurant in China becomes friends with a carved wooden dragon who wants to fly, and on the night of the full moon, during Chinese New Year, they share a high-flying adventure with the help of Old Fu, the dragon's creator.

Chopsticks

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Publisher: Hyperion
ISBN: 1423107969
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When a pair of chopsticks get separated, after some traumatic moments the two friends eventually learn to stand on their own.

Untangling My Chopsticks

Author: Victoria Abbott Riccardi
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: 9780307492401
Size: 15.73 MB
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Two years out of college and with a degree from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, Victoria Riccardi left a boyfriend, a rent-controlled New York City apartment, and a plum job in advertising to move to Kyoto to study kaiseki, the exquisitely refined form of cooking that accompanies the formal Japanese tea ceremony. She arrived in Kyoto, a city she had dreamed about but never seen, with two bags, an open-ended plane ticket, and the ability to speak only sushi-bar Japanese. She left a year later, having learned the language, the art of kaiseki, and what was truly important to her. Through special introductions and personal favors, Victoria was able to attend one of Kyoto’s most prestigious tea schools, where this ago-old Japanese art has been preserved for generations and where she was taken under the wing of an American expatriate who became her mentor in the highly choreographed rituals of this extraordinary culinary discipline. During her year in Kyoto, Victoria explored the mysterious and rarefied world of tea kaiseki, living a life inaccessible to most foreigners. She also discovered the beguiling realm of modern-day Japanese food—the restaurants, specialty shops, and supermarkets. She participated in many fast-disappearing culinary customs, including making mochi (chewy rice cakes) by hand, a beloved family ritual barely surviving in a mechanized age. She celebrated the annual cleansing rites of New Year’s, donning an elaborate kimono and obi for a thirty-four-course extravaganza. She includes twenty-five recipes for favorite dishes she encountered, such as Chicken and Egg Rice Bowl, Japanese Beef and Vegetable Hotpot, and Green-Tea Cooked Salmon Over Rice. Untangling My Chopsticks is a sumptuous journey into the tastes, traditions, and exotic undercurrents of Japan. It is also a coming-of-age tale steeped in history and ancient customs, a thoughtful meditation on life, love, and learning in another land.

Chopsticks For My Noodle Soup

Author: Susan E. Goodman
Publisher: Millbrook Press
ISBN: 0761315527
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A photographic record of a five-year-old Connecticut girl's year in a remote village in eastern Malaysia.