Nadiya's bake me a story: World Book Day. Paperback. £1 (Prime) / £3.99 (non Prime) @ Amazon. £10 minimum spend on books without Prime for free delivery.
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Nadiya's bake me a story: World Book Day. Paperback. £1 (Prime) / £3.99 (non Prime) @ Amazon. £10 minimum spend on books without Prime for free delivery.

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Found 22nd Feb
My 10 year old loves these books. Can't go wrong for £1...

In this special edition for World Book Day, enter a scrummy world of stories and recipes plus exclusive puzzles, all written and devised by Britain's favourite baker, Nadiya Hussain.

- Bake some delicious blueberry and orange soda bread and, while it is in the oven, enjoy the story of Little Red Hen and her friends

- Meet some very confused elves in 'The Elves and the Chouxmaker', then make the salmon and green bean curry from the story

Combining playful photography of Nadiya and her children with vibrant illustrations by Clair Rossiter, this is a glorious celebration of the joy of sharing food and stories.
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Northerndave12 m ago

She's not my favourite Baker. But God how the BBC love her. Virtually …She's not my favourite Baker. But God how the BBC love her. Virtually ticked every inclusiveness box going. Positive discrimination at its worst.Far better bake-off winners out there


Oh go on Dave, tell us why you really don't like her?

Cause she's a Muslim? A woman? Wears a headscarf? Is an ethnic minority?

The amount of people who do not like her because of the above yet trying to kid everyone by using all other excuses, to hide their hatred.
My son wants to be a chef when he grows up. He loves watching GBBO, and he loves Nadiya and baking from her books. He doesn't give a toss about the colour of her skin, whether she's loved by the BBC or not, or even if there are better bake off winners out there. He likes her because she's happy, smiley, has a child friendly approach and, above all, loves to bake her recipes. If you're an adult shoving your ridiculous opinions onto children, it's your fault when they turn out like you.
Edited by: "Mumtotmz" 22nd Feb
Nadiya is a great cook and a lovely soul aswell. haters go and boil your heads and stick your racism where the sun doesn't shine
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We love Nadiya, especially my grand daughter (7)
Northerndave12 m ago

She's not my favourite Baker. But God how the BBC love her. Virtually …She's not my favourite Baker. But God how the BBC love her. Virtually ticked every inclusiveness box going. Positive discrimination at its worst.Far better bake-off winners out there


Oh go on Dave, tell us why you really don't like her?

Cause she's a Muslim? A woman? Wears a headscarf? Is an ethnic minority?

The amount of people who do not like her because of the above yet trying to kid everyone by using all other excuses, to hide their hatred.
Nadiya is a great cook and a lovely soul aswell. haters go and boil your heads and stick your racism where the sun doesn't shine
My son wants to be a chef when he grows up. He loves watching GBBO, and he loves Nadiya and baking from her books. He doesn't give a toss about the colour of her skin, whether she's loved by the BBC or not, or even if there are better bake off winners out there. He likes her because she's happy, smiley, has a child friendly approach and, above all, loves to bake her recipes. If you're an adult shoving your ridiculous opinions onto children, it's your fault when they turn out like you.
Edited by: "Mumtotmz" 22nd Feb
EN1GMA3 h, 33 m ago

Oh go on Dave, tell us why you really don't like her?Cause she's a Muslim? …Oh go on Dave, tell us why you really don't like her?Cause she's a Muslim? A woman? Wears a headscarf? Is an ethnic minority?The amount of people who do not like her because of the above yet trying to kid everyone by using all other excuses, to hide their hatred.


Must be handy to have your skill of seeing peoples true motives.
Sawb3 m ago

Must be handy to have your skill of seeing peoples true motives.


One of my many skills. Thanks, I do try to be humble but its nice to be appreciated every now and then.
sybs19753 m ago

I am a Muslim with brown skin my husband is white. However I often tell …I am a Muslim with brown skin my husband is white. However I often tell him that non-white people are far better cooks, don't get me wrong no one can beat the Brits at fish and chips but when it comes to actual cooking some of the most delicious dishes come from the far East. Look at Jamie Oliver for example he has travelled the world and literally pinched receipes from the poor in countries like India Morocco to name a few. From this he has made millions so their you have it white people have boring taste when it comes to cooking. You should try my home made food you would end up reverting lol


Daaaym! Batten down the hatches and get your pop corn ready. This gonna be good
sybs197510 m ago

I am a Muslim with brown skin my husband is white. However I often tell …I am a Muslim with brown skin my husband is white. However I often tell him that non-white people are far better cooks, don't get me wrong no one can beat the Brits at fish and chips but when it comes to actual cooking some of the most delicious dishes come from the far East. Look at Jamie Oliver for example he has travelled the world and literally pinched receipes from the poor in countries like India Morocco to name a few. From this he has made millions so their you have it white people have boring taste when it comes to cooking. You should try my home made food you would end up reverting lol


Didnt know skin pigmentation had a direct correlation to cooking ability, thanks for enlightening us all (annoyed). And to moan about "white" people food and cooking then to criticise a white chef for seeking tasty food from other cultures is just ridiculous.
No mate nothing to do with skin pigmentation the point is certain cultures who just happen to have darker skin or even be from ethnic minorities are naturally more creative when it comes to cooking.

Every culture every type of people are gifted in different ways what's offensive about this.

In the UK and around the world white people receive all kinds of perks as a function of their skin privilege. This is the point I was making in relation to Jamie Oliver. Would he have been this successful had he been a black chef? The point is others are due credit for his success but because they are from poor ethnic backgrounds why should you care?
EN1GMA7 h, 41 m ago

Oh go on Dave, tell us why you really don't like her?Cause she's a Muslim? …Oh go on Dave, tell us why you really don't like her?Cause she's a Muslim? A woman? Wears a headscarf? Is an ethnic minority?The amount of people who do not like her because of the above yet trying to kid everyone by using all other excuses, to hide their hatred.


I see my original comment was removed. The reason I don't like her is that for a person with limited presence and personality who won the GBBO was seized upon by the BBC not because she has talent, but that she ticks virtually every social inclusion box possible.

There have been GBBO winners with more sparkle and talent than her, but got nothing. She got everything handed on a plate to her purely because she's a Muslin/Woman/Headscarf/Nice Teeth.

You try to imply that I'm a Racist, but don't come out and say it directly, even though I quantify exactly why. There's no hidden agenda, only the one in your mind.

I'll repeat it again. Any form of discrimination is bad. Positve is just as bad as negative. The 'Nadiya' bandwagon is funded by the BBC and their desire for positive discrimination. Another person with the personality of a brick on TV, not through talent, but from ticking a box.

But hey, you sound like a person who brands people with opposing views as Racist / Sexist / etcist despite little or no evidence. Notice you've not jumped on the comment on this thread about non-white people being better cooks. Wonder why?
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Christ the life, it's a book for kids. If you don't think your child will like it, don't buy it. Genuinely miffed as to why it's become about whether you like her as person (I'm assuming you've never met her) and talk of skin colour and ethnicity. I mean, my child likes her, and like her books, that's all I really took into account when deciding whether to buy it for him. Even if my opinion of her was negative, if buying it encourages my son to follow his chosen career path in the future, whilst having fun and experimenting with new recipes in the meantime, then I'll buy it. Literally can't believe some of the comments from actual 'grown-ups'
Northerndave1 h, 21 m ago

I see my original comment was removed. The reason I don't like her is that …I see my original comment was removed. The reason I don't like her is that for a person with limited presence and personality who won the GBBO was seized upon by the BBC not because she has talent, but that she ticks virtually every social inclusion box possible.There have been GBBO winners with more sparkle and talent than her, but got nothing. She got everything handed on a plate to her purely because she's a Muslin/Woman/Headscarf/Nice Teeth.You try to imply that I'm a Racist, but don't come out and say it directly, even though I quantify exactly why. There's no hidden agenda, only the one in your mind.I'll repeat it again. Any form of discrimination is bad. Positve is just as bad as negative. The 'Nadiya' bandwagon is funded by the BBC and their desire for positive discrimination. Another person with the personality of a brick on TV, not through talent, but from ticking a box.But hey, you sound like a person who brands people with opposing views as Racist / Sexist / etcist despite little or no evidence. Notice you've not jumped on the comment on this thread about non-white people being better cooks. Wonder why?


Are you a failed contestant? Or even someone who won who is abit bitter about not getting the opportunities Nadiya got?

You sound bitter.
EN1GMA2 h, 7 m ago

Are you a failed contestant? Or even someone who won who is abit bitter …Are you a failed contestant? Or even someone who won who is abit bitter about not getting the opportunities Nadiya got?You sound bitter.


No, I sound like I can make a coherent argument and you sound like you're unable to.
It arrived this morning and it's the size of a small advertising booklet!

The Paddington book was a better bet.
NoveltyCondomHed1 h, 3 m ago

It arrived this morning and it's the size of a small advertising …It arrived this morning and it's the size of a small advertising booklet!The Paddington book was a better bet.


I don't expect it to be full size for £1.Can you follow a recipe with the Paddington book?
Edited by: "Mumtotmz" 23rd Feb
If you're happy with one recipe that's fine, the Paddington book was very tasty mind you - full of marmalade sandwiches.
received my book yesterday, seriously disappointed with it. Thought I was getting a children's recipe book, it reminds me of the old I spy pocket books. would certainly not recommend it to others
Ahhh so I order 3 books to find out the school was giving them away free today.
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