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Monday, January 11, 2010

18 Reasons Class Seeks to Turn Your Little Darling into a Food Writer

Posted By on Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 12:07 PM

click to enlarge Let your little darling find her inner Alice. - ITASCA COMMUNITY LIBRARY/FLICKR
Warning! No one really, really old will be admitted to an upcoming food writing class at 18 Reasons (593 Guerrero at 18th St.), called Peanut Butter and the Pen: Food Writing for Kids. On Feb. 6, 18 Reasons is teaming up with Take My Word For It! ― that's a local creative writing org geared to the kiddie set. The two-hour Peanut Butter class is for little ones in grades 3 to 5. Budding Ruth Reichls and Mark Bittmans will do food tastings, read the work of established writers, and work on their own writing. Spiral notebook and pencil required; the $20 advance ticket is a must.

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