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Cows In The Kitchen

Author : June Crebbin
ISBN : 1406326321
Genre : Children's stories
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The cows are in the kitchen, the ducks on the dresser, the pigs in the pantry, the hens on the hatstand and the sheep on the sofa While the farmer snoozes in the haystack, the animals are having a ball in his farmhouse
Category: Children's stories

Cows In The Kitchen

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ISBN : 1846432081
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In this illustrated version of the children's song, Tom Farmer is asleep under the haystack, and the cows, ducks, pigs, hens, and sheep make quite a mess in the farmhouse.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Cows In The Kitchen

Author : Carol Kaplan-Lyss
ISBN : 9780787711276
Genre : Education
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Bring the Eastern European folktale to life with this boisterous musical play! Mama and Papa seek advice from Goo Roo (the town?s guru) when they realize that their house is too loud. Children will love to reenact the silly solution that Goo Roo provides. Hours of extension activities are provided to continue learning throughout preparation and performance. The included CD contains songs with lyrics that children will want to sing again and again, along with piano accompaniment only.
Category: Education

Catfight In The Kitchen

Author : Dr. Louis Kwates
ISBN : 9781466978256
Genre : Religion
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This book is a collection of short stories based on veterinarian Dr. Louis Kwantes' experiences with pets and people. Could it be that animals might show sensitivities to spiritual realities that we are often too dull to notice? Are they participating in a very real world that we somehow tend to ignore? Touching, humorous, and thought provoking, these stories reveal something of the nature of learning and personal growth, and how animals can in some way be our spiritual guides. Things are not always as they appear... Readers may find themselves reflected in the characters presented, and pet owners will certainly relate to some of the situations described. The veterinary vignettes section includes episodes from North America as well as overseas, and chapters under mundane and miraculous include several parables told from the perspective of a pet. The final series of chapters, which contain information on caring for a variety of different pets, is a resource for current and prospective pet owners.
Category: Religion

Deck The Halls

Author : Arlene James
ISBN : 1552543633
Genre : Fiction
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Retrieving the mail from his old apartment brought more than just letters for Vince Cutler. When he opened the door on the lovely Jolie Wheeler and rooms he hardly recognized, he knew he'd found the person to fix up his bare new bachelor quarters. But behind their banter, he sensed a pain that his friendship couldn't assuage. The warm embrace of Vince's family reminded Jolie achingly of the nephew taken from her, and the sister she refused to see. Vince's embrace made keeping the distance between them all the more difficult. And all the while the spirit of Christmas was working within Jolie's heart to reconnect her with her family…and with Vince during this very special season….
Category: Fiction

Authors In The Kitchen

Author : Sharron L. McElmeel
ISBN : 1591582385
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 37.22 MB
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Stir up a batch of storybook treats with recipes contributed by 50 beloved children's authors, and learn more about their lives and work.
Category: Cooking

Cord In The Kitchen

Author : Malio Valente
ISBN : 9781469141992
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This story is about a thirteen year old boy who finds him-self living with a family of people who are half Native American and Half European. The boy had been abandoned by his birth parents and he had become a member of Oregons Foster Care System. He has difficulty adjusting to his life in foster care and almost finds himself being sent to reform school but his best friend ever, Kenny Proud-foot Schneider, saves him from being sent to reform school. Frankie Martin follows his nose and his heart and with the help of God and his Guardian Angel he finds himself working at a reform school as a Mechanical Drawing Teacher, where he discovers a startling fact about himself.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Good Life

Author : Susan Kietzman
ISBN : 9780758281333
Genre : Fiction
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Between workouts, charity events, and shopping, Ann Barons keeps her days as full as her walk-in closets. She shares an immaculate house with her CEO husband, Mike, and their two teenagers, Nate and Lauren. It's a luxurious life, far from her homespun childhood on a farm in eastern Pennsylvania. . .which is why Ann is wary when her elderly parents ask to move in temporarily. Ann prepares in the way she knows best--hiring decorators and employing a full-time nurse for her dementia-stricken father. But nothing can prepare her for the transformations ahead. Soon, her mother Eileen is popping in to prepare soups and roasts in Ann's underused kitchen, while the usually surly Nate forms an alliance with his ailing grandfather. Lauren blossoms under Eileen's guidance, and even workaholic Mike finds time to attend high-school football games. But it's Ann who must make the biggest leap, and confront the choices and values that have kept her floating on life's surface for so long. Timely, poignant, and wise, The Good Life is a deeply satisfying and beautifully written story about the complex relationships between parents and children--and the gap that often lies between what we seek, and what will truly make us whole. "The moving story of a family's rebirth through the simple but profound acts of daily kindness and sacrifice." –Holly Chamberlin, author of Last Summer Susan Kietzman is a Connecticut native. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Connecticut College and a master's degree in journalism from Boston University. She has worked in both magazine and newspaper publishing and currently writes grants for the Mystic Seaport Museum. The Good Life is her first novel. She lives with her family in Mystic, CT.
Category: Fiction

A Lady S Life In The Rocky Mountains

Author : Isabella L. Bird
ISBN : 9780486145518
Genre : History
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Eloquent descriptions by a middle-aged Englishwoman — traveling alone in the Colorado Rockies during 1873 — of flora and fauna, isolated settlers, vigilance committees, lynchings, and other fascinating subjects.
Category: History

The Journal Of Claude Fredericks Volume Three Part One Cambridge 1943

Author : Claude Fredericks
ISBN : 9781465306173
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This third volume of The Journal Of Claude Fredericks is his journal for the year 1943, a Wanderjahr that begins with a spring in Cambridge, where Volume Two ended, but with Fredericks, having left studies at Harvard, living now in a room at Maud Bemiss house on Nutting Road near the Cowley Fathers, seeing various friends from earlier, Brie Taylor, John Simon, Anthony Clark, Paul Doguereau, the George Sartons, and making new friends as well. The summer is spent in a cabin on the shore near Belfast Maine, writing and studying still and coming to know the family that lives on the hill. In September, after spending ten days with Paul Doguereau and Fanny Mason in Walpole New Hampshire on the beautiful Mason estate overlooking the Connecticut and a month in New York living in an apartment on University Place and seeing his friend May Sarton and coming to know Muriel Rukeyser and Julian Beck, he heads with his friend William Quinn to Iowa to live with several friends of theirs who also have left Harvard, in particular Michael Millen and Paul Rail, all of them proclaiming in different ways, as Quinn and Fredericks do in theirs, their objections to Americas part in the war that had begun in December 1941. After two weeks Fredericks leaves to stay with a friend in Chicago, Martha Johnson, and to settle in and write about the troubling events of the previous days and then go on to Missouri, to pay filial pieties to members of his family there and after that go south with his mother to Mexico City for a week and then with her to Acapulco for ten days at Christmas, a spot at that time still undiscovered and with only two small hotels. Finally at the years end he heads back east to New York, where he has plans to settle down and live forever, in the city he had always loved the most of any he knew.
Category: Biography & Autobiography