Daddy's Greep Potato Pie
Make & Bake It
Not only can you make and bake it. You can eat it too.
Join Cc and the Internet sensation McClure Twins Alexa and Ava. Watch them as they mixed and mash the ingredients.
When you make Daddy's Greek Potato Pie, you will learn about science and all the food groups.
Daddy's Greek Potato Pie tells the story of a school-aged boy as he and his friend help his father create a healthy, delicious, and nutritious vegetable pie from scratch. Throughout the story, as the pie is made, the boys go on a journey of self-discovery about nutrition, health, and everything from fiber to fats.
Children love hearing the story because it's educational and includes some fun and silly moments.
Dylan and Drew both love Daddy's Greek Potato Pie - your kid will too!
Thank you for teaching us about fruits and vegetables. We appreciate you answering our questions and listening to our comments. We loved your wonderful book, and we learned many new things. Thank you for the delicious pie!
- STUDENTS at Hoboken Charter School, Hoboken NJ
CC has provided many different types of literacy, nutrition, community services to our East Orange Child Development Corporation Head Start program. From teaching our teachers to implementing nutrition (workshop) through her book Daddy's Greek Potato Pie using nutrition literacy...to creating healthy snacks... to modeling reading said story to our parents. I recommend CC Minton for the aforementioned skills along with a barrage of other community services activities.
Cheryl Filipowicz, Education Manager, EO Child Development Corporation
What great nutrition presentations today for grades preK– 5. The sessions were highly interactive and allowed for much student engagement. We just thank you so very, very much. Again, the LA Spencer Nutrition Advisory Council would like to communicate our appreciation to you. Oh, by the way, after the last group had lunch, a 2nd grader came up to me and said, “Ms. James, I ate healthy today”. I said, Great, what did you eat? He gladly responded, “I ate my apple”. You made a difference today Ms. Minton!!!!
B. JAMES, SCHOOL PRINCIPAL