Indian Fry Bread Making Kit
COOK + LEARN WITH THE LITTLE ONES
We look forward to yummy fry bread every winter. This gift set is for kids and adults alike who want a fun cooking and learning activity in the kitchen.
Winner of the 2020 Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal
A 2020 American Indian Youth Literature Picture Book Honor Winner
“A wonderful and sweet book . . . Lovely stuff.” ―The New York Times Book Review
Told in lively and powerful verse by debut author Kevin Noble Maillard, Fry Bread is an evocative depiction of a modern Native American family, vibrantly illustrated by Pura Belpre Award winner and Caldecott Honoree Juana Martinez-Neal.
Purchased in partnership with Black Garnet Books in Minneapolis.
What’s in the box:
One-pound of Indigenous MN-made Authentic Indian Fry Bread Mix. All natural, no preservatives, and recipe is included on the back of the bag. (indigenous-owned)
Large Bourbon Barrel Honey for cooking, toppings, and tea. (Black-founded)
Tall Birchwood Honey Stick.
Stainless Steele Powdered Sugar Dredger. 10-ounces, dishwasher safe.
Corn shaped soap. Various scents, we will include one of the variety. (indigenous-owned)
- Red Check 100% cotton kitchen towel. Perfect for baking and bread baskets.
- Red Check Cotton Kitchen Towel. Perfect for bread baskets or for fresh baked goods.
- Handmade corn-shaped kitchen soap. Assorted scents, we will place one in your box.
- Stainless Steele mini whisk for baking. Perfect for children if they are helping out!
- Fry Bread, A Native American Family Story, a story and recipe book written by Kevin Noble Millard.
Your purchase directly supports indigenous-owned, black-owned, Latino and women-owned businesses here in the US.
Author: Kevin Noble Maillard is a professor and journalist who lives with his family on the 13th floor of a 115-year old bank in the heart of Manhattan. He is a regular writer for the New York Times, and has interviewed politicians, writers, tribal leaders, and even some movie stars. When he was 13 years old, he won a fishing derby for catching 72 fish in two hours. Originally from Oklahoma, he is a member of the Seminole Nation, Mekusukey band.
Illustrator: Juana Martinez-Neal is an illustrator of books for children, including the Pura Belpre Award winner La Princesa and the Pea. She made her authorial debut in 2018 with Alma and How She Got Her Name, which was awarded the Caldecott Honor. Juana was born in Lima, Peru, where she grew up surrounded by amazing meals prepared by her mom and amazing paintings made by her dad and grandad. She now lives, eats, and paints in Scottsdale, Arizona, surrounded by her amazing children.