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June 8, 2018

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Published authors at the Boston Teachers Union School proudly display their work. Photo courtesy of Lauren Miller.

This month, 826 Boston published its first-ever three-book collection. The books took a close look at everyone’s favorite topic, food, and its relationship with math, chemistry, and public health.

The three student-authored books, All Kinds of FlavorA Long Walk to Healthy, and With a Crunch and a Slurp, were written in 826 Boston Writers’ Rooms. Over the course of the academic year, these students kept food journals, reinvented family recipes, and advocated for food justice in their communities.

You can find their books for sale in our online store. Many thanks to our partners who helped bring the books to life, with a special thanks to Future Chefs of America for turning these students’ recipes into a (delicious) reality at the party.

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