Food and Faith by Susan Reuben

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An absorbing introduction to world religions through customs associated with food.

About Susan Reuben

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Susan Reuben has been an editor since 1997. A Cambridge University graduate, she was Commissioning Editor at Frances Lincoln, then Senior Publisher at Egmont books before starting Baobab Editorial and Design with Sophie Pelham. She is co-editor of the Ultimate Book Guide series, the first of which won a Blue Peter Book Award. Susan also works as a ghostwriter and copywriter. She lives in London.Sophie Pelham has been a graphic designer since 1992. A graduate of St Martins School of Art, she became a Senior Designer at Frances Lincoln Ltd. Since 2000 she has been working as a freelance designer and paper engineer, and in 2006 she set up Baobab Editorial and Design with Susan Reuben. She is also co-author of the innovative pop-up book Counting Creatures, published by Simon & Schuster both here and in the U.S. She lives in London.
Published May 22, 2012 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Focusing on six children growing up in Britain, this photo-laden book provides a very brief introduction to the world’s major religious groups, customs related to holidays and services, and special foods.

May 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Food and Faith

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In this informative and engaging book on the importance that religions place on ritual foods, Reuben and Pelham introduce six children from six different religions and have them share their practices. Ten- and 11-year-old representatives from Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and...

May 21 2012 | Read Full Review of Food and Faith

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