I m Hungry Let s Cook

I m Hungry  Let s Cook Author Joanne Newell
ISBN-10 1741789915
Release 2008
Pages 112
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With clear, easy-to-follow instructions and helpful cooking tips, I'M HUNGRY, LET'S COOK! is one cookbook that kids will love to use. Perfect for the young chefs in your home! Most of the recipes in this book are healthy and taste great, but we've also included a few less-healthy 'treats'. Includes delicious recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, savoury snacks, sweet snacks, dips and spreads, and drinks. Includes a section for parents with tips for supervising children in the kitchen.



Let s Cook Dutch

Let s Cook Dutch Author Robert L. Ririe
ISBN-10 0882901206
Release 1997-03-01
Pages 104
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Robert L. Ririe is one of the nation's most experienced dutch-oven chefs. After cooking and experimenting with dutch ovens for decades, he has restored and recorded many of these early pioneer skills in this very unique cookbook. Lets Cook Dutch is one of the most complete books in its field. for the beginner, there is a valuable chapter of general instructions converning the preparation, usage and maintenance of dutch ovens, fire preparation, etc. This chapter is followed by eleven more, each filled with mouth-watering recipes. These chapters include: sauces, meat dishes, meat with vegetables, quick meals, poultry and fish, desserts, breads and rolls. Other informative chapters deal with more advanced details such as cooking for groups, cooking in emergencies, and complimentary side dishes. This book will make dutch-oven cooking an enjoyable and delicious experience for everyone, both at home and on the trail.



Sesame Street Let s Cook

Sesame Street Let s Cook Author Sesame Workshop
ISBN-10 9780544454361
Release 2015-05-12
Pages 128
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A new collection of 50 healthful and fun-to-prepare recipes features Muppet chefs Elmo, Cookie Monster and Grover as well as educational sidebars and nutrition tips. Simultaneous eBook. 25,000 first printing. TV tie-in.



Kids Cook Italian

Kids Cook Italian Author Anna Prandoni
ISBN-10 9781631590634
Release 2015-11-15
Pages 96
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This is a cookbook designed for parents and children to use together. Thirty simple, classic Italian recipes that appear in both English and Italian, offering an immersive cultural experience through language, cuisine, and ritual.



Pig

Pig Author Tammy Ryan
ISBN-10 0822216000
Release 1998
Pages 80
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THE STORY: It is the day before Labor Day, 1990, four months before the Gulf War and the Robinsons are having a barbecue. Jason, the prodigal son who's been in the Navy since a violent confrontation with his father, has just called from the airport



The White Cat s Book

The White Cat   s Book Author Marjo-Kaisu Niinikoski
ISBN-10 9781452530291
Release 2015-11-27
Pages 140
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This is a storybook for adults. It is a gateway to another world, offering you a choice: do you want to have a dream that is not true or wake up to reality, where you can let go of your dream pictures? The White Cat’s Book is a collection of spiritual fairy tales. It contains ten tales, connected by an adventurous white cat who appears now in the eastern lands, now in the tropics, and sometimes in homey rural settings. You might meet her at the fringes of a hot, sandy desert as well as in the ice-cold Antarctic. Above all, the white cat goes out in search of adventures in the landscapes of the mind. Her message to you is, “You are what you think. By changing your mind, you change your life. And by giving up through real forgiveness of what you thought you were, you will wake up from your mind’s dream and find out who you really are.” Marjo-Kaisu Niinikoski’s touching stories and Sirkka Shayan’s delicate illustrations will take you deep into the recesses of your mind, to a place where you can finally meet your true Self.



Living for the Weekday

Living for the Weekday Author Clint Swindall
ISBN-10 047064088X
Release 2010-04-23
Pages 224
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Praise for Living for the Weekday "If you want to have a team where leaders and employees are working hand-in-hand to build a culture of employee engagement, then you need to read this book. I'm confident it will help you become a weekday warrior." —Jon Gordon bestselling author of The Energy Bus and Soup "In Living for the Weekday, Clint Swindall has rounded out a powerful message. Each individual has a personal responsibility, a singular opportunity to be highly engaged as an employee and, more importantly, highly productive and happy in all aspects of life."—Barry Malcolm, Managing Director, Scotiabank Bahamas Ltd. "If you want to unlock your potential and the potential of those around you, Living for the Weekday is a must read." —Mike Crownover, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Valero Energy Corporation "Employee engagement is a two-way street with both employers and employees responsible for creating a positive and productive work environment... Living for the Weekday presents employees with a practical and powerful approach to taking control of their own happiness."—Roger C. Ahlfeld Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Training, Uno Chicago Grill "Clint Swindall lays out a clear plan that anyone can apply to become more engaged in their work and in their lives." —Dennis Snow, author of Unleashing Excellence



Jamaica Mi Hungry

Jamaica Mi Hungry Author Kateri Young
ISBN-10
Release 2014-11-14
Pages 72
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As a child, my house was always filled with the smells of Jamaica. I lived with my mom and grandparents who were born in St. Anne’s. My grandfather would make breakfast for me four times a week. Fanny would make breakfast the other days. I always knew what was for breakfast by the music playing; I loved when I woke up to Bob Marley, an instant smile spread across my face. Why? Because that meant that, it was Cornmeal Porridge day or my Fanny’s famous oatmeal. That recipe was brought down by Nana, affectionately known in St. Anne’s as Aunt Mim. When we heard Garnett Silk, it was Ackee and Salt fish for breakfast. So much music, so much food!



Complete Works of Burr Cook

Complete Works of Burr Cook Author Author Burr Cook
ISBN-10 9781304938435
Release 2015-04-19
Pages
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This book contains a collection of 20 stories by Burr Cook all of which are sold separately but are much less expensive in this form. It is his complete works through April 2015. The contents herein are historical fictional adventure and romance stories 11 of which are westerns. The book begins with a Civil War era story about a slave followed by a fantasy about prehistoric people fleeing the advancing ice age. This is followed by 18 more action packed stories.



Cambridge English Empower Elementary Student s Book

Cambridge English Empower Elementary Student s Book Author Adrian Doff
ISBN-10 9781107466265
Release 2015-01-29
Pages 176
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Cambridge English Empower is a general adult course that combines course content from Cambridge University Press with validated assessment from the experts at Cambridge English Language Assessment. The Elementary Student's Book gives learners an immediate sense of purpose and clear learning objectives. It provides core grammar and vocabulary input alongside a mix of skills. Speaking lessons offer a unique combination of functional language, pronunciation and conversation skills, alongside video filmed in the real world. Each unit ends with a consolidation of core language from the unit and focuses on writing within the context of a highly communicative mixed-skills lesson. This version of the Student's Book does not provide access to the video, assessment package and online workbook. A version with full access is available separately.



Kids Day

Kids  Day Author Deborah Claire
ISBN-10 9780971309913
Release 2001-10-01
Pages 112
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Diana gets her wish, and the world goes crazy. Trouble begins with adults fighting over toys in the mall, and escalates. When everything shuts down, the kids decide people do have to work, and set out to put things right.



In Plain Sight

In Plain Sight Author Margot Dalton
ISBN-10 9781460351161
Release 2014-09-15
Pages 304
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Welcome to Crystal Creek, Texas If this is your first visit to the friendly ranching town of Crystal Creek, deep in the Texas hill country, get ready to meet some unforgettable people. If you've been here before, you'll recognize old friends and make some new ones. Isabel Delgado has to fake her own death in order to get away from her vengeful husband. But when her plan goes awry, she finds herself stranded in Crystal Creek and in more danger than ever. Then rancher Dan Gibson has an idea—marry him. Dan needs help raising his three small kids, and Isabel needs a new identity. Perfect! Except Isabel's feeling for Dan—and his for her—could put them both in a different kind of danger.



Hell Yeah Outlaw Cowboy

Hell  Yeah   Outlaw Cowboy Author Carolyn Brown
ISBN-10 9781492652694
Release 2016-10-04
Pages 672
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Two ebooks for the price of one! Old flames reunite for a second chance at love in this $4.99 ebook duo from beloved, bestselling author Carolyn Brown and rising star Nicole Helm. Includes an excerpt from Nicole Helm's new holiday romance, True-Blue Cowboy Christmas. Hell, Yeah: Cathy O'Dell has been all over the country, but she never felt at home until she moved into the tiny apartment at the back of the Honky Tonk beer joint. Now she figures she's here to stay, loving every minute of the rowdy crowd, down-home juke box music, and constant pool tournaments. She's a beautiful blonde with big blue eyes and enough sass to make a grown man beg for mercy. Then gorgeous, rich, oil man Travis Henry gets it into his fool head that Cathy deserves a better life—with him, of course—and the sparks start to fly so bad they're like to set fire to the beer joint, if they don't go up in flames themselves first! Outlaw Cowboy: Ever since his father's accident, Caleb promised his older sister that he'd fix his terrible reputation. But when Delia Rogers, the town's baddest of the bad girls, needs his help hiding from the cops, Caleb is torn between his squeaky new image and his outlaw roots. Delia's out of options, so asking her reformed ex for help is her only choice. When a helping hand and seriously close quarters turn into more, Delia can't help but fall all over again...but she has a secret that will ruin everything, unless they're both willing to leave their reputations behind for something much more lasting. Praise for Carolyn Brown: "The most difficult thing about reading a Brown book is putting it down." —Fresh Fiction "Carolyn Brown is a master storyteller who never fails to entertain." —Night Owl Reviews Praise for Nicole Helm: "Helm delves into the depths of her characters' emotions, revealing their foibles and making them incredibly human." —Publishers Weekly "A beautifully crafted romance." —USA Today HEA for Rebel Cowboy



Neil Flamb and the Crusader s Curse

Neil Flamb   and the Crusader s Curse Author Kevin Sylvester
ISBN-10 9781442442870
Release 2014-10-28
Pages 292
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The sudden disappearance of fifteen-year-old Neil Flambe's skills as a world-class chef leads to the closing of his restaurant, a cook-off to save his reputation, and the discovery of a dark curse that has plagued Flambe cooks for centuries.



Play and Early Childhood Development

Play and Early Childhood Development Author James Ewald Johnson
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105005074567
Release 1987-01
Pages 269
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This authoritative book provides a thorough awareness and a thoughtful appreciation of children's play for prospective teachers in early childhood education programs. The many rates of the adult are discussed: preschool teachers, day care specialists, inservice professionals, children's librarians, hospital play group leaders, and parents. A highly informative and useful reference, the Second Edition includes updated coverage on play research, especially with respect to classical and contemporary theories of play.



EMERALD CITY

EMERALD CITY Author Arnold Schildkret
ISBN-10 1453596054
Release 2011-03-17
Pages 173
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Emerald City: The New Adventures of Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz by Arnold Schildkret is a new take on the Oz tales that L. Frank Baum invented. Unlike so many of Baum’s followers who have through the years written imitations of the Oz books, Schildkret invents anew the main characters and the landscape of Oz. His conception of the Deadly Desert is especially different from that in other Oz books, as are his conceptions of Dorothy, Ozma, Roquat and most of all Uncle Henry. In addition, his book tells an exciting tale of adventure and conflict, including dangerous threats to the Land of Oz and even war. -Richard Tuerk, Professor Emeritus of Literature and Languages, Texas A&M University, Commerce, Texas. Author of Oz in Perspective: Magic and Myth in the L. Frank Baum Books The New Adventures of Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz The Story – The Author’s View Emerald City is a modern sequel to the Wizard of Oz novel and film. It is an original story based on the characters of the novels of Frank Baum. Emerald City is a story of the bond of loyalty and friendship in the Land of Oz. Post 9/11/2001, we can all relate to a story of a utopian city where everyone loves each other and in which good triumphs over evil. The World of Oz has been changed by the loss of the Love Magnet. With its loss comes the immanent danger of the loss of the city, destruction of its way of life, and destruction of all of its magical creatures and inhabitants. Other events seem to conspire to ensure the Kingdom will be lost to Roquat, the evil Nome King. It is the humanity and foibles of all of the characters, even the evil ones, which will stir you and tug on your emotions. Humor and sadness, love and hate, good and evil, loss and redemption are mixed in a potpourri of fantasy and reality. Recurrent themes throughout are understanding our differences, loving each other, giving strangers the benefit of the doubt, and standing together in the face of evil. The story plays on four levels, as a fairy tale for children, as science fiction, and social and political satire for teenagers and adults.



The Mary Frances Cook Book

The Mary Frances Cook Book Author Jane Eayre Fryer
ISBN-10 9781557095886
Release 2004-05-01
Pages 175
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Mary Frances learns how to prepare forty simple dishes with guidance from the Kitchen People.