Brash, Lorna Professor Cook’s Dynamite Dinners Gr. 4–6 32 pp. Enslow Brash, Lorna Professor Cook’s Fruity Desserts Gr. 4–6 32 pp. Enslow Brash, Lorna Professor Cook’s Mind-Blowing Baking Gr. 4–6 32 pp. Enslow Brash, Lorna Professor Cook’s Smashing Snacks Gr. 4–6 32 pp. Enslow Professor Cook’s… series. Kid-friendly recipes are presented with underlying food facts […]
> Simmons gal Susan Bloom made this delicious wedding cake for us, chocolate with praline frosting. YUM. While it is true that I am taller than Richard, I am represented by the little faux-Hummel guy in the bow tie (whose head fell off when we washed him; sorry Kitty) while the tall man is an […]
>Am reading @HalfPintIngalls‘ (aka Wendy McClure’s) really engrossing The Wilder Life: My Adventures in the Lost World of Little House on the Prairie, and I find myself unseasonably wishing for Laura’s gingerbread.
>Tomorrow’s Sutherland Lecturer tells a story. And I know she has many more to tell, so come on down to the Harold Washington Library in Chicago tomorrow night to hear them.
>For an upcoming article, we need to compile a list of children’s and YA authors and illustrators, living or dead, who are/were vegetarians (don’t ask; just subscribe!). Can anyone point me to any such verifiable persons?
>My mini-break at the Cape was lovely for all kinds of reasons, most notably the best ice cream I’ve had in a long time, at Four Seas in Centerville. I tried the chocolate, peppermint, peach and butter crunch–all sublime. Closes September 13th for the winter so hurry on down. Richard and I stayed just a […]