Baby Bug Dishes (Extreme Cuisine) [Library Binding] by Meish Goldish

By Meish Goldish

Книга из серии - Экстремальная кухня , жареные червячки, гусеницы и т.д.Subjects of child malicious program Dishes contain children 9-12 - Cooking, young ones: Grades 1-2, young ones: Grades 2-3, Cookery (Insects), Cookery, foreign, Cooking meals, Cooking / Wine, safe to eat bugs, normal, Juvenile literature, and Juvenile Nonfiction.

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Paul yawned. “Carissa, surely I’ve stayed awake long enough. ” Carissa was a bit surprised that they’d slipped so easily to a first-name basis, but that pleased her. Mischievously, she picked up a handful of snow and, standing on tiptoes, she rubbed it in his face. ” he spluttered, wiping the snow from his face with his mittened hand. ” He scooped up some snow and threw it at Carissa, but she sidestepped the attack and started toward the house on a run. Paul’s long-legged stride soon caught up with her.

Carissa said feelingly, and memories of her own neglected childhood surfaced. “The woman had fled from an abusive husband, and she died from complications of an unattended childbirth. ” What a tragedy! Carissa could understand the reason the citizens of Yuletide hesitated to celebrate Christmas. “The strange part of it was that the church was presenting a program that night based on an old legend of how Jesus had appeared disguised in a town one Christmas Eve. ” “I’m familiar with the story. The townspeople eventually learned that if they’d helped those who came to them, they would have received Jesus, too.

There’s a security light in the yard. We have someone in the station ’round the clock, so call if you need help finding the place. ” Before Carissa reached the sidewalk, Chief Townsend stuck his head out the door. “Naomi turned the temperature down. ” Carissa waved her hand to indicate she’d heard him and hustled to her vehicle. The drive along a narrow road, bordered by snow-covered evergreen trees, reminded Carissa of her childhood in Minnesota. And a wide smile spread across her face as she pulled up to the chalet she was to occupy for the next few months.

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