A delectable comedy for every woman who has ever wondered if buying that $6 box of organic crackers makes her a hero or a sucker.
Julia Bailey is a mompreneur with too many principles and too little time. Her fledgling company, Julia’s Child, makes organic toddler meals with names like Gentle Lentil and Give Peas a Chance. But before she realizes her dream of seeing them on the shelves of Whole Foods, she will have to make peace between her professional aspirations and her toughest food critics: the two little boys waiting at home. Is it possible to save the world while turning a profit?
JULIA’S CHILD is a warmhearted, laugh-out-loud story about motherhood’s choices: organic vs. local, paper vs. plastic, staying at home vs. risking it all.
Praise for Julia's Child
"Pinneo skewers the cult of the child with an insider’s eye. A witty, well-plotted fiction debut."
"Pinneo, a cookbook author who used to work on Wall Street, has seamlessly blended her two interests into this cute fiction debut. Well written, well paced, and very absorbing."
"Peppered with real recipes and the kind of convincing details expected from a food writer. [A] foodie take on I Don't Know How She Does It."
“Hilarious and moving, I actually missed my subway stop reading Julia’s Child. Any parent will relate to Julia’s triumphs and misadventures.”
—ALICE BRADLEY, blogger at Finslippy.com, and coauthor ofLet’s Panic About Babies.
“A clear-eyed look at what it means to hold firm to ideals while making peace with reality.”
—DAPHNE UVILLER, author of Hotel No Tell.
“Julia’s Child is a savory read packed with humor and heart.”
—JENNY NELSON, author of Georgia’s Kitchen.