'A celebration of the role food plays in community life.'
-- Imogen Carter * The Observer *
'The recipes sound delicious and the illustrations glow. A lovely book for any young gardener or cook of age 7+'
-- Sarah Webb, author of A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea
'Food that can be enjoyed by the whole family ... the recipes are simple to follow so children and adults can enjoy time together in the kitchen.'
-- Nikki Gamble
'This gorgeous book is stuffed with simple yet mouth-watering recipes ... sprinkled with some hints and tips that would tempt anyone to try their hand at sowing some seeds ... This book would make for a fantastic present for any little hands with the green-fingered gift or for anyone who just likes to make a bit of a mess in the kitchen.'
-- Fiona Buckley * Irish Examiner *
'One of our favourite food books in recent years was Lunch at 10 Pomegranate Street, so we were excited to hear about Felicita Sala's new foodie picture book A Year in Fleurville.'
* City Kids *
'Stunningly illustrated ... a well-loved addition to any library ... remarkable.'
* The School Librarian *
* Delicious Magazine *
'Exquisite ... A fun and environmentally minded picture book [that] also serves as a mini guide to gardening and vegetables, and is a good introduction to cooking. Filled with tasty recipes from all over the world, it has simple instructions perfect for young chefs. It also promotes a nice sense of community and family, and provides some good recycling tips. A practical and fun book for kids.'
-- Jeff Popple * Canberra Weekly *
'This book would be captivating for any budding chef or gardener, the recipes are simple yet full of fresh produce and flavour ... Timeless and beautiful.'
* The Green Parent *