The Eat Your Homework (Series)

ISBN: 978-1-57091-780-6 (Paperback)
Picture Book
48-Pages / 7-10 Years
Charlesbridge Publishing / charlesbridge.com

Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes for Hungry Minds

Written by Ann McCallum

This collection of yummy recipes and fun math facts is sure to tempt taste buds and make you hungry for more.

Explore patterns in nature while you chomp on Fibonacci Snack Sticks. Amaze your friends with delicious Variable Pizza Pi! Wash down your geometry assignment with some Milk and Tangram Cookies.


ISBN: 978-1-57091-298-6 (Hardcover) / 978-1-57091-299-3 (Paperback)
Picture Book
48-Pages / 7-10 Years
Charlesbridge Publishing / charlesbridge.com

Eat Your Science Homework: Recipes for Inquiring Minds

Written by Ann McCallum

Want to understand atoms and molecules? There’s no better way than to make Atomic Popcorn Balls. Follow the recipe and arrange the “atoms” into “molecules” using toothpicks. Once you’ve got the hang of it, you can create all the elements of the periodic table (if you don’t eat all the atoms first!).

Studying black holes? Grab some friends, pour some milk, and talk gravity and supernovas over some tasty Black Hole Swallow-Ups. Black holes are a complicated concept, so if you need to do this experiment twice, no one will complain.

Simple recipes that yield delicious surprises, science samplers that further explain the scientific principle being explored, and a glossary of terms make Eat Your Science Homework a must for all kitchen labs.


ISBN: 978-1-57091-923-7
Picture Book
48-Pages / 7-10 years
Charlesbridge Publishing / charlesbridge.com

Eat Your U.S History Homework: Recipes for Revolutionary Minds

Written by Ann McCallum

When inviting your study buddies over for a session about U.S. history, it is good manners to serve some nourishment. Why not make it a part of the learning? If you’re discussing how the Pilgrims celebrated surviving their first year in the new world, dish up some succotash. It was most likely on the table at that first Thanksgiving. Or, if you're learning about the Revolutionary War, you will encourage an energized and lively debate with Revolutionary Honey-Jumble Cookies. While the colonists didn’t all agree on freedom from English tyranny, they would certainly agree these cookies are delicious.

From the earliest settlers and the Native American tribes, to the American Revolution and beyond, history buffs will find a lot to appreciate in these stories of our nation’s past and recipes inspired by the foods that sustained our forefathers.