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A Box of Treats

A Box of Treats
Author : Kevin Henkes
Publisher : Greenwillow Books
Release Date : 2004-10-26
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :5
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Five little picture books about Lilly and her friends to share all year long.

Christmas in Heaven

Christmas in Heaven
Author : Cecelia Leeman
Publisher : iUniverse
Release Date : 2005-12
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :180
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This book tells the true story of the tragic, unexpected death of my daughter Laura on Christmas Eve. During her twenty-one years of life, I always tried to protect her. Her death made me feel so helpless. I was at the mercy of the unknown. This cancer-eating pain in my heart was destroying me. She was not of earth anymore, so now I began to desperately search all of creation to find her. I could not rest until I had answers. Did I really need to find God? Do angels really come and assist us? Do miracles really happen? Do dreams really take you into another dimension? Was Laura trying to reach out to me beyond the boundaries of death? I was bewildered to see the hustle and bustle of the world survived the death of my daughter. Why did she have to die? Was she alive in another dimension, or was she just dead? A child cannot die and expect a mother to live. Then I attended an apparition of Blessed Mother which changed my life. Through this conversion of faith that I attained, I found answers, and the pieces of the puzzle started to fit together.

100 Skill-Building Lessons Using 10 Favorite Books

100 Skill-Building Lessons Using 10 Favorite Books
Author : Susan Lunsford
Publisher : Scholastic Inc.
Release Date : 2001-12
Category : Education
Total pages :160
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Teacher Susan Lunsford shares her best book-based lessons in every subject area. Launch a measurement lesson with Amy Hest’s The Purple Coat, discuss spelling strategies with Marc Brown’s Arthur’s Teacher Trouble , explore multiplication with Tomie dePaola’s The Art Lesson, and much more! Your students will love the connection to their favorite books—and you’ll love meeting standards while fostering a love of literature. For use with Grades 1-3.

Lunch Box

Lunch Box
Author : Pete Evans
Publisher : Plum
Release Date : 2018-01-30
Category : Gluten-free diet
Total pages :192
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From award-winning Australian chef and restaurateur Pete Evans, author of Family Food and Healthy Every Day with new book Eat Your Greens out soon.No more soggy sandwiches, no more unhealthy and expensive trips to the school canteen! Pete Evans solves your lunch box dilemmas for school and work with more than 70 simple, healthy options.With breakfasts on the go such as nut-free banana bread and sausage and egg 'McMuffins', snacks to satisfy such as crispy pork rinds and salt and vinegar sweet potato chips, main meals such as BLT-stuffed avocado bowls and beef and rosemary sausage rolls, and healthy treats such as raspberry bounty bars, your lunch box has never looked so good. And the best bit? It's all free of dairy, gluten, nuts and refined sugar, and packed full of nutrient-dense wholefoods. Eating well on the go has never been easier or more enjoyable. A packed lunch that packs a nutritional punch - what could be better than that?

Little Weirds

Little Weirds
Author : Jenny Slate
Publisher : Hachette UK
Release Date : 2019-11-05
Category : Literary Collections
Total pages :240
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One of Vanity Fair's Great Quarantine Reads: Step into Jenny Slate's wild imagination in this "magical" (Mindy Kaling), "delicious" (Amy Sedaris), and "poignant" (John Mulaney) New York Times bestseller about love, heartbreak, and being alive -- "this book is something new and wonderful" (George Saunders). You may "know" Jenny Slate from her Netflix special, Stage Fright, as the creator of Marcel the Shell, or as the star of "Obvious Child." But you don't really know Jenny Slate until you get bonked on the head by her absolutely singular writing style. To see the world through Jenny's eyes is to see it as though for the first time, shimmering with strangeness and possibility. As she will remind you, we live on an ancient ball that rotates around a bigger ball made up of lights and gasses that are science gasses, not farts (don't be immature). Heartbreak, confusion, and misogyny stalk this blue-green sphere, yes, but it is also a place of wild delight and unconstrained vitality, a place where we can start living as soon as we are born, and we can be born at any time. In her dazzling, impossible-to-categorize debut, Jenny channels the pain and beauty of life in writing so fresh, so new, and so burstingly alive, we catch her vision like a fever and bring it back out into the bright day with us, where everything has changed.

Christmas Treats

Christmas Treats
Author : Enid Blyton
Publisher : Hachette Children's
Release Date : 2017-10-05
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :352
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Delight in the magic of Christmas with this bumper collection of 29 short stories from the world's best-loved storyteller! Ideal for reading aloud, or for children over 7 to read alone! Curl up with this collection of festive short stories by Enid Blyton. From the proud rocking horse who learns the gift of giving to a snowman befriended by elves, these joyful tales celebrate the true spirit of Christmas. With lots of humour and fantastic characters, these stories will appeal to newly confident readers for reading alone as well as to younger children being read to. Enid Blyton remains one of Britain's favourite children's authors and her bumper short story collections are the perfect introduction to her writing. Praise for Enid Blyton's Christmas Stories: 'A wonderful selection to read and share. Mystery and magic, laughter and mischief, the joy of shared times and plenty of delicious food - many of the ingredients which have been delighting Enid Blyton's readers for more than 70 years' - Western Morning News 'Shared excitement and laughter, a little bit of mischief and plenty of delicious food are all mixed together with a pinch of magic and lots of Christmas joy' - Carousel

Homemade Treats for Happy, Healthy Dogs

Homemade Treats for Happy, Healthy Dogs
Author : Cheryl Gianfrancesco
Publisher : Storey Publishing
Release Date : 2000-08-01
Category : Pets
Total pages :32
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Pamper Your Pup With All-Natural Taste Temptations! Treat your dog to the tastiest and healthiest biscuits and bones ever made for canine consumption! Cheryl Gianfrancesco’s easy-to-follow recipes call for only the best all-natural ingredients, and as your dog will agree, the results are fantastic. Could any dog resist Peanut Butter Biscuits, Cheese and Garlic Bites, Chicken and Cheese Biscuits, or Ginger Cookies? How about a Best-Friend Birthday Cake, complete with frosting? Homemade Treats for Happy, Healthy Dogs offers 50 recipes for the canine connoisseur of fine foods. If dogs could read, this would be their favorite cookbook!

Big Book of Treats

Big Book of Treats
Author : Pooja Dhingra
Publisher : Penguin UK
Release Date : 2014-03-21
Category : Cooking
Total pages :232
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The ultimate home baker’s cookbook, from Mumbai’s very own ‘macaron lady’ Meet Pooja Dhingra. Cupcake addict. Macaron lover. Baker. And founder and owner of Mumbai’s most famous French-style pâtisserie, Le15. Her passion for baking led Pooja to Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, and on her return she opened Le15 Pâtisserie, which was soon a runaway success. Today, as a professional baker, Pooja heads one of India’s finest pâtisseries. As a home baker, she makes hearty, uncomplicated desserts with kitchen staples that can be found at any corner shop. The Big Book of Treats is Pooja’s gift to Indian home bakers. Written with a professional’s exacting eye and a home chef ’s ability to improvise, it teaches you how to make everything from cookies and cupcakes to brownies and birthday cakes. Accessible, engaging and undeniably scrumptious, these recipes will bring all sorts of baked goodies—even macarons—into your own kitchen.

Best Sweets & Treats for Two: Fast and Foolproof Recipes for One, Two, or a Few (Best Ever)

Best Sweets & Treats for Two: Fast and Foolproof Recipes for One, Two, or a Few (Best Ever)
Author : Laura Arnold
Publisher : The Countryman Press
Release Date : 2017-07-11
Category : Cooking
Total pages :128
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Quick and easy small-portion desserts to satisfy any craving There’s nothing quite like a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie or slice of cake, but who wants an entire batch of sweets when only one or two people are around to eat them? Well, now have your bite-size treats and eat them too! Gone are the days of throwing out leftover cake and brownies. Try making one of these portion-friendly desserts instead, with recipes like: Cheesecake Bites Coconut Chocolate Macaroons Rocky Road Cake Flourless Chocolate Mini Cakes Cherry Hand Pies With Best Sweets & Treats for Two, indulge your love for baking but keep the portions in check.

A Treatise on a Box of Instruments and the Slide-rule

A Treatise on a Box of Instruments and the Slide-rule
Author : Thomas Kentish
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1852
Category : Geometrical drawing
Total pages :228
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Short Tails and Treats from Three Dog Bakery

Short Tails and Treats from Three Dog Bakery
Author : Dan Dye,Mark Beckloff,Three Dog Bakery (Kansas City, Mo.)
Publisher : Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release Date : 1996-10
Category : Pets
Total pages :128
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This is the story of two guys (and three dogs) who teamed up to create the world's best dog biscuit. In the process, they created a howling national success story! The bakers have developed such creations as Pupcakes, Scottie Biscotti, Snicker Poodles, Great Danish, and Collie Flowers in the world's first bona fide (or bone-ified) dog bakery. Three Dog Bakery, located in Kansas City, Missouri, has been featured on the Today Show, the Oprah Winfrey Show and on CNN.

Low Protein Cookery for Phenylketonuria

Low Protein Cookery for Phenylketonuria
Author : Virginia E. Schuett
Publisher : Univ of Wisconsin Press
Release Date : 1997
Category : Health & Fitness
Total pages :569
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Much more than a cookbook, Low Protein Cookery for Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a practical and easy-to-use guide for those who must maintain a protein-restricted diet for treatment of PKU or similar inherited diseases of protein metabolism. It contains hundreds of helpful suggestions for managing the diet. This third edition of Low Protein Cookery for PKU appears exactly twenty years after the original 1977 publication and includes the 450-plus recipes and the hints from the 1988 second edition that have been used and enjoyed by families for nearly a decade. The major new feature of the third edition is entirely new nutrient calculations. The available food supply has changed significantly in the past fifteen years, and nutrient information is much better now. The nutrient calculations in this edition of the cookbook are based on the updated 1995 Low Protein Food List for PKU compiled by the author, which is the most widely used food list for the PKU diet in the United States. Some of the changes in nutrient values are subtle, others more significant; all reflect the best information currently available. Low Protein Cookery for PKU offers recipes that appeal to a wide range of ages, suit a wide range of individual diet requirements, and facilitate integration of the diet into normal family eating routines. Many of the recipes are suitable for the entire family; others include instructions for adapting the recipe to suit the needs of family members not on the diet, or are accompanied by recipes for the preparation of similar non-diet items. The recipes provide gram weights when appropriate, for greater accuracy in preparing the recipes and in maintaining the diet.

What Your Dog Needs

What Your Dog Needs
Author : Liz Palika,Bruce Fogle
Publisher : Dk Pub
Release Date : 2000
Category : Pets
Total pages :63
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This convenient little package contains comprehensive advice for dog owners written by well-known pet experts. Illustrated with over 75 photographs and charts, What Your Dog Needs details the equipment you need, as well as advice on diet, training and grooming. Your canine friend will thrive with this handy guide.

Lunch Boxes and Snacks

Lunch Boxes and Snacks
Author : Annabel Karmel
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2010-03-16
Category : Cooking
Total pages :128
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Packing your child's lunch box doesn't have to mean another peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a bag of chips. Renowned children's cooking and nutrition expert Annabel Karmel shares more than 120 healthy, creative recipe ideas as well as time-saving hints and tips that will help you make a complete and nutritious lunch without increasing the chaos of your morning routine. Lunch Boxes and Snacks is packed with mouthwatering recipes that can boost your child's brainpower, increase energy, and strengthen the immune system. You'll find a wide range of delicious and easy lunch ideas, from Oriental Turkey Wraps, Individual Focaccia Pizzas, and Chicken Superfood Salad to Trail Mix Bars and Fruit on a Stick, that guarantee that your child will be the envy of the cafeteria. In Lunch Boxes and Snacks you will find: Inspirations for hot meals that can be packed in a thermos for winter days Quick recipes that can be prepared in advance and kept in the fridge or freezer Tips to get your child involved in the lunch-making process Helpful hints on packing your child's lunch box so that food stays safe to eat With Annabel's help, even the busiest parents can easily pack a healthy and tasty lunch that their child will look forward to eating.

Homesickness

Homesickness
Author : Susan J. Matt
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2011-09-08
Category : History
Total pages :360
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Homesickness today is dismissed as a sign of immaturity, what children feel at summer camp, but in the nineteenth century it was recognized as a powerful emotion. When gold miners in California heard the tune "Home, Sweet Home," they sobbed. When Civil War soldiers became homesick, army doctors sent them home, lest they die. Such images don't fit with our national mythology, which celebrates the restless individualism of colonists, explorers, pioneers, soldiers, and immigrants who supposedly left home and never looked back. Using letters, diaries, memoirs, medical records, and psychological studies, this wide-ranging book uncovers the profound pain felt by Americans on the move from the country's founding until the present day. Susan Matt shows how colonists in Jamestown longed for and often returned to England, African Americans during the Great Migration yearned for their Southern homes, and immigrants nursed memories of Sicily and Guadalajara and, even after years in America, frequently traveled home. These iconic symbols of the undaunted, forward-looking American spirit were often homesick, hesitant, and reluctant voyagers. National ideology and modern psychology obscure this truth, portraying movement as easy, but in fact Americans had to learn how to leave home, learn to be individualists. Even today, in a global society that prizes movement and that condemns homesickness as a childish emotion, colleges counsel young adults and their families on how to manage the transition away from home, suburbanites pine for their old neighborhoods, and companies take seriously the emotional toll borne by relocated executives and road warriors. In the age of helicopter parents and boomerang kids, and the new social networks that sustain connections across the miles, Americans continue to assert the significance of home ties. By highlighting how Americans reacted to moving farther and farther from their roots, Homesickness: An American History revises long-held assumptions about home, mobility, and our national identity.