Ying Chang Compestine
Heather W says:
It's been said that the way to someone's heart is through their stomach-- true in this feisty, feminist, foodie retelling of Rapunzel, set in China.
Chinese princess Ra Pu Zel doesn’t want to talk to princes or look proper, she wants to cook and eat in peace. Tired of being told what to do, she locks herself in a tower, until a young chef arrives with an intriguing food to share.