Don’t Read With an Empty Stomach

Scholastic publishing is set to release a new book by Ramin Ganeshram, “Stir It Up!” The book is unlike the average teen chapter book. In it, readers will not only get involved in main character Anjali Krishnan’s life as a teen cook in her family’s Trinidadian restaurant, but also learn a few new recipes themselves.

Anjali’s a teenager living in Queens, New York. Her life is full of tradition, but when that begins to clash with her family’s old world traditions and beliefs, it becomes a recipe for a good plot teen readers will not only enjoy, but also relate to. Readers will also love Anjali’s passion to become a celebrity chef, as well as learn about what it means to work hard for your dreams and goals.

Teen readers will root for Anjali, as her culinary dreams to be a famous cook are tested when she gets the chance to compete in a reality TV show for kid chefs.

The author, who happens to be a popular food writer herself, brings creative writing and delicious traditional one of a kind recipes to life. Her children’s book debut is set to be a delicious success.

Overall, this book will be a hit this summer when it hits bookshelves, as well as this fall, when it arrives in classroom libraries. Scholastic, as well as Ganeshram know just the right ingredients to make a delicious story. Before reading the book, readers will notice the warning to “Please read on a full stomach. This book will make you hungry…” A note of caution, this warning should not be taken lightly.

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Maria Sica

Maria Sica teaches Middle School English, tutors college students, and has recently completed her Master’s Degree in English Education at Brooklyn College. She loves keeping busy, yet does not mind the occasional moments when she can catch up with a good book wrapped in a fleece blanket, and drinking a cup of tea (which may sound boring to her friends and boyfriend, but she doesn’t care). She has always loved to read and write at an early age. She will be the first to admit that she is a nerd-and loves anything sci-fi such as the X-files. She is also a fan of Harry Potter and Spongebob Squarepants, and counts them as her favorite Heros next to Wonder Woman and Marty McFly. However, unlike most nerds, she can’t do math if her life, or yours, depended on it.
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Maria Sica teaches Middle School English, tutors college students, and has recently completed her Master’s Degree in English Education at Brooklyn College. She loves keeping busy, yet does not mind the occasional moments when she can catch up with a good book wrapped in a fleece blanket, and drinking a cup of tea (which may sound boring to her friends and boyfriend, but she doesn’t care). She has always loved to read and write at an early age. She will be the first to admit that she is a nerd-and loves anything sci-fi such as the X-files. She is also a fan of Harry Potter and Spongebob Squarepants, and counts them as her favorite Heros next to Wonder Woman and Marty McFly. However, unlike most nerds, she can’t do math if her life, or yours, depended on it.

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