Sky Pony Press, 2015
Agent: Jill Marr
One night Wilma Lee Wu sits down for dinnerin front of some food that mightve been meatwhen she declares she cant take it: Please, no more beige food! Shes tired of the bland and mushy meals her parents make. So Wilma and her little brother venture in search of some neighbors willing to teach them how to cook new food. From Khun Joes pad thai to Ms. Azars Lebanese kibbe, they learn to make all sorts of tasty dishes. But how will Wilma respond when Monsieur Poutine offers to teach her how to make frog legs?
The sequel to The Change Your Name Store, No More Beige Food will delight both old fans of Wilma Lee Wu and new readers. Both adults and children will love this clever, rhyming taleit might even get some picky eaters curious about going on their own culinary adventures! Tina Kglers charming and lively illustrations give great personalities to an array of characters from around the world; this is the perfect book for parents looking to talk about diversity with young children.