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The Adventures Of Biscuit And Gravy

Author: Leanne Chamberlain
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781942901396
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Biscuit and Gravy are television-watching, grilled cheese-eating ducks. Their owner, Annie, teaches them these human-like practices. Biscuit and Gravy start to feel ill, so Annie takes them outside so that they can learn how to be ducks, doing things like bathing in a pond and eating bugs.

A New Home For Lily The Adventures Of Lily Lapp Book 2

Author: Mary Ann Kinsinger
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441240640
Size: 53.92 MB
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Lily Lapp is moving with her family to Pennsylvania to join a new Amish community. In this small town where changes--and newcomers--are greeted with suspicion, Lily must adjust to a new school, new friends, and Aaron Yoder, an annoying boy who teases her relentlessly. Still, there are exciting new developments, including an attic full of adventure and a new baby brother. But why, Lily wonders, can't God bring her just one sister? The second novel in the charming Adventures of Lily Lapp series, A New Home for Lily gives children ages 8-12 a fascinating glimpse into the life of the Amish--and lots of fun and laughter along the way. It combines the real-life stories of growing up Amish from Mary Ann Kinsinger and the bestselling writing of Amish fiction and nonfiction author Suzanne Woods Fisher. With line illustrations throughout, this series is sure to capture the hearts of readers young and old.

The Adventure Of Food

Author: Richard Sterling
Publisher: Travelers' Tales
ISBN: 9781885211378
Size: 74.63 MB
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Food -- its smells, textures, colors, flavors, and rituals -- is tied intrinsically to place. This heartwarming, surprising, and sumptuous collection of stories reveals our obsession with how food nourishes and sustains us, teaches us about other cultures, and creates community and connection with others. From the award-winning editor of Travelers' Tales Food, here is another collection of funny and sometimes frightening true stories of eating that will make your mouth water while helping you better understand other cultures. Notable authors include Jeffrey Steingarten, Frances Mayes, Jonathan Raban, John Krich, and Maxine Kumin.

The Adventures Of Gum

Author: Julie Brothers
Publisher: LifeRich Publishing
ISBN: 1489700544
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Gum could barely hold in his excitement on the last day of school. He had waited for this moment for over 280 days! School was close to being out, and he had plans – BIG PLANS! His fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Magle, told the class that she had a fun surprise for the last day of school. What could it be? Well, let’s just say that Mrs. Magle and Gum don’t define “fun” the same way. Mrs. Magle announced to the class that she would be their teacher next year also. That wouldn’t be so bad, except she assigned everyone a SUMMER WRITING PROJECT! Gum doesn’t like this news! What’s he supposed to write about? He hates writing! How can he live out a summer of adventure with a writing project looming over his head? To make matters even worse, Gum’s mom is a teacher across the hall. How will he ever get out of this unfortunate mess? A summer must be savored and enjoyed. SUMMERS ARE FOR KIDS!

The Amazing Baseball Adventure

Author: Josh Pahigian
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493025082
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A visually stunning road trip through pro baseball’s wacky, wondrous, and revered ballpark attractions Exploding scoreboards, treetop seats, and neon skylines are just three of the more than 100 ballpark design features, field eccentricities, historic displays, traditions, concession items, and even super-fans and mascots profiled in this armchair baseball journey. Combining engaging storytelling with fun sidebars and beautiful color photos, author Josh Pahigian captures the essence of each ballpark treasure—from the retractable lighthouse at the Portland Sea Dogs’ Hadlock Field to the Sausage Race at the Brewers’ Miller Park to Fenway Park’s Green Monster and even to the delicious biscuits served by the aptly named Montgomery Biscuits. From the Rookie Leagues to the Majors, there are more than 250 professional baseball parks in the United States where fans partake in special game-day rituals, eat unique foods, laugh along with the zany mascot, marvel at the park’s special features, and revel in a communal experience that removes them for a few hours from life’s daily grind. The Amazing Baseball Adventure brings to life the very best of these cherished ballpark features, the ones that motivate fans to return again and again to baseball cathedrals large and small.

The Adventures Of Elt The Super Dog

Author: Daniel R. Pard
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 149181232X
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In the town of Spring Valley, ten year-old Ralph Eltison wants one thing...a dog. On his walks home from school, he visits all the neighborhood pets. To make matters worse, his friend Jenny had just received a puppy of her own. A week before his birthday, Ralph tells his dad what he wants. Ralph's dad searches endlessly for a puppy, but finding one is nearly impossible. But, luck is on his side, as a puppy mysteriously appears behind the pet store just days before Ralph's birthday. Ralph's dreams have been answered. Ralph and his puppy Elt (short for Ralph's last name) together with Jenny and her puppy Bernadette, take long walks through their neighborhood. Elt is everything Ralph wants in a dog. Little did he know that Elt would become so much more. Spring Valley is a wonderful place to live and had always been trouble-free. However, its neighboring town wasn't so nice. Bordertown was run by a rich, evil- doer named Walter Eugene Crum. Crum and his band of cronies devise a plan to take over Spring Valley. When the town is overcome with unfortunate and terrible occurrences, help is needed to restore Spring Valley back to serenity. Help is on its way, but from very far away. A heroic space traveler named Coladeus and his crew journey to distant planets, aiding civilizations in need. Their greenish, glowing appearance may frighten humans, so they elect to transfer their special powers to a medium....Elt. With a small stone attached to Elt's collar, enriched with energy from Coladeus's planet, Elt is able to run faster, jump higher, and lift impossibly heavy objects. Elt, Bernadette, and the neighborhood pets must thwart Crum's evil plan and restore Spring Valley without any human discovering Elt's powers.

Budgie And Sissy S Adventure

Author: Jane Lowrey-Christian
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450098258
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True incidents and memories from the viewpoint of the author, as a small girl in North Missouri, on a farm, along with her brothers and the influence her parents and grandparents played in their lives. All ages will enjoy reading the interactions of Budgie and Sissy as they struggle with decisions and lessons learned and react to each situation only as children can. The stories took place during the Depression and drought in the 1930s. The author is the only living member of her family mentioned in these pages and would not have had the courage to write these words as she remembers them, if they were here looking over her shoulder. She was very shy as a child and would have been embarrassed to have her family know her true feelings. This book expresses her love as a child for her family and the love she feels now as an adult when they are in her memories.

Weekend Adventures In Northern California

Author: Carole Terwilliger Meyers
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780917120176
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The guide to getting away, from Morro Bay to the Oregon border, newly revised and updated. With new sections on San Francisco, Berkeley, and Martin County, this thorough guide is easy to use as it covers everything the region has to offer: city and wilderness, beaches and mountains, gold country, wine country, and recreation. Photos. Maps.

All You Need Is Luck

Author: Frank Nelson
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469785242
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All You Need is Luck is the very funny story of an ordinary couple who decided to take a chance and do something extraordinary which others only dream about. Sixteen years ago Frank and Maria Nelson traded in excellent jobs, financial security, the safety net of family and friends, plus deep roots in their local community, for a nomadic lifestyle few people ever experience. All You Need is Luck recounts their first two years on the road after saying goodbye to their home in New Zealand. During this time they lived and worked in Australia, England and the United States besides visiting Indonesia, France and Thailand. Leaving their comfort zone thousands of miles behind, they worked at American summer camps in Vermont and Cape Cod; at hospitals, a university and other jobs in Melbourne and Brisbane; and looked after scores of pampered pets in the poshest of homes all over England. This amusing adventure will appeal to anyone with a sense of humour but especially those who sometimes wonder what it would be like just to take off...and keep going.