The ability to cook is a skill every person should have. It's more than just food, it's a daily practice, it's health, it's resourcefulness, it's the confidence to experiment, it's decision making, it's sharing. We typically wait until late childhood or even early adulthood to truly begin learning how to cook, but why? Children are often more capable than we give them credit for. We should be encouraging kids to watch, participate, make decisions, and even make mistakes in the kitchen. This book is for kids, but also for parents who want to inspire the next generation to say "Lunch is on me".
Becca Werntz is an interdisciplinary designer and storyteller. Her work is often a combination of digital and analogue forms with the intention of blending the authenticity and personality of handcrafted artworks with the modernity and versatility of digital. She hopes to use her skills to uplift other women's entrepreneurship goals, as well as create material to support important dialogues about femininity, family, health and wellness, spirituality, and more.