"My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher
  • "My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher

"My Diary, My Dreams - A Journey With Jamie Oliver", vol. 1 - Magia de Ler Publisher

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"In My Diary, My Dreams: A Journey with Jamie Oliver, the reader is invited to meet the junior cook’s gastronomic discoveries that induce children not only to put their hands dirty, to feed themselves with better quality and awareness, but also to realize you don’t need to wait to grow to be." Carolina Lopes, journalist and mother

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Deconstructing the look, building dreams

How many adults do you know who fulfilled their early childhood dreams? I don’t know any. Yet. But I suspect that Biel Baum will become soon a person who has grown in size without shrinking dreams. When he was only eight years old, the boy found his mission in life: save children.

His innate interest in cooking made him realize that if he were to become a great chef, like his idol, the British Jamie Oliver,
he could do that taking healthy food for little ones.

A considerable war against the industrialized, 
poisoned and modified food mass culture, that
kills millions of children every year. However, this little big dreamer has his own strategy. As he said in his presentation to TEDXCampos : “I can not compete with the giants of fast food, but I can get into every home with a TV and internet to send families to the kitchen right away. - Carolina Lopes, journalist and mother 

This e-book was produced to raise funds for non-governmental organizations. Thanks to the support of dozens of volunteers, and the incredible work of the Magia de Ler Publishing house and Um Comum design.

50% is donated to the NGO Mães da Sé (maesdase.org.br) which helps search for missing children in Brazil.
50% will be donated to the organization you choose. E-mail with your choice info@bielbaum.org

Thank you!