Teens Read Fun Foodie Fiction
Annotation:When Molly and Cassie are assigned to work in the kitchen as a punishment for their food fight, they realize that the only way they are going to be released from the duty is to cooperate and learn to cook.
Annotation:Catherine embarks on a high school science project in which she must emulate the ways of hominims, by eating an all-natural diet and foregoing technology.
Annotation:Lainey, a high school senior and aspiring celebrity chef, is forced to question her priorities after her best friend (and secret crush) runs away from home.
Annotation:Junie, Celia, and Danielle, form a friendship while cooking dinners together and helping one another sort through their romantic entanglements.
Annotation:Francie's life is almost perfect before new girl Darlene shows up. She has her own business as a weekend baker, a best friend named Holly, and a crush on Tate Jarvis.
Annotation:Geena, Hero, and Amber spend the summer working at a coffee shop, where they experience romance, identity crises, and newfound friendships.
Annotation:When Laine decides to teach a cooking class at her local community center, she meets Seth, her sexy co-teacher, and when he offers her a job at his family restaurant, Laine cannot resist.
Annotation:16 yr-old Katrina's kindness to a man she finds sleeping behind her grandmother's coffeehouse leads to a strange reward as Malcolm insists on rewarding her by granting her deepest wish.
Annotation:Disaster strikes when Ana is about to deliver the salutatorian speech at her junior high school graduation, but an even greater crisis looms when her best friend invites a crowd to Ana's house for dinner.
Annotation:While working part-time as a barista in a Chicago coffee bar, high school senior Jane dabbles in matchmaking after observing the coffee preferences of her customers.
Annotation:Elaine has long dreamed of being the next Julia Child, but when her first friend, the outrageous Lucida Sans, convinces Elaine to enter a cooking contest, anything could happen.
Annotation:During a camp-out promoting the opening of a donut shop in a small Minnesota town, Emma, an aspiring journalist, begins to connect an ongoing pollution investigation with the turmoil in the evangelical Christian church where her parents are pastors.
Annotation:Seventeen-year-old Stella struggles with the separation of her renowned chef parents, writing a food column, and having a boyfriend but being attracted to another.