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Product Code: 132529
ISBN: 978-0-635-13252-9
If anyone can tell how to become a well-paid author via traditional or self-publication, it would be Carole Marsh Longmeyer. This box of books, Writerís Blocks and more is all you need to go pro at will.
Nine Months in My Mommy: Autobiography of an Unborn Baby
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 119735
ISBN: 978-0-635-11973-5
What if an unborn baby could talk? Well, this one does! Listen in and hear this sweet baby’s charming, thoughtful, humorous musings during its nine-month adventure! If baby seems to have a little attitude as gets more crowded in there, well… A great gift for mom-to-be, and a wonderful read-aloud to brothers and sisters.
HELLO IN THERE!-Poetry to Read to the Unborn Baby
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 120021
ISBN: 978-0-635-12002-1
“Hello in There!”: Poetry to read to the Unborn Baby is a delightful, charming, poignant poetry to read aloud to your unborn child! A great gift for mom-to-be, and a joyful opportunity for brothers and sisters to interact with the unborn sibling! Purchase the companion book called Nine Months in my Mommy.
The 400 Year Old Cookbook
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132895
ISBN: 978-0-635-13289-5
Four Hundred Years of Blood, Sweat & Tears! The truth of the matter is that our culinary heritage is not all that pretty. After all, millions of Africans were enslaved to work on sugar plantations to satisfy the European craving for sweets. Indeed, the burgeoning sugar industry from about 1550 on, was one of the great forces behind the expansion of slavery and helped ease the introduction of such slave labor to the cotton plantations of the American colonies.
True Grits Cookbook
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132901
ISBN: 978-0-635-13290-1
What are grits? Grits are hominy. Hominy hominy does it take to make a bowl of grits? When do you harvest grits? Can you really patch a tire with cold grits? And am I really writing a book called Death by Grits? (Yes! It has happened!) C'mon, reader, you can take it. Just grit your teeth!
Bazillon Brownies Cookbook
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132918
ISBN: 978-0-635-13291-8
Who doesn't love brownies? Surveys show that out of every dozen people polled-fifteen loved brownies! Delicious, enriching, easy (I know you don't have much time), and ever so much fun, brownies are something we all can agree on.
My French Cookbooklet
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132925
ISBN: 978-0-635-13292-5
Bon appetite! I have only cried over food three times. This is a short cookbook and a perhaps weird one; I will add to it as I unearth more recipes. Cook, weep, repeat.
The Pirate's Cookbook
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132932
ISBN: 978-0-635-13293-2
Jolly Roger-and All That Jazz. The Golden Age of Piracy may also have been the Golden Age of Gourmet. Consider: pirates had to be creative. Their home and hearth were wherever the four winds blew them. They constantly faced a new assortment of exotic foods and spices to explore and experiment with.
Summer of SILO Cookbook
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132949
ISBN: 978-0-635-13294-9
Traversing Iowa, I learned to love the spider-webbed fences, the maze of twined-up beans, the adorable scarecrows. But most of all, I loved the silos. I didn't really even know what a silo was for, but the first time I spied a nice silver one with a red-and-white beanie cap, I was hooked on the silo as icon for all things farm, fresh, delicious and healthy. While the propellered-windmills held a close second, it was the silos that had my heart. Whether glistening in the rising sun, brooding in the shade of day, or standing silent sentinel in the full moon, the silo, to me, was the silent representation of the Good Life.
Vintage VITTLES Cookbook
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 132956
ISBN: 978-0-635-13295-6
Yes, the food of the past was not always so healthy, but it surely was delicious. My mother was more of an "open a can" kind of cook. This made me uber-appreciate my grandmother's good, old-fashioned, down home, from scratch cooking. Just the sound of her pound cake batter whirring in the mixer made my mouth water. The scent of cocoa and confectioner's sugar as she made chocolate frosting actually caused me to drool. So without further ado, falderol, or fiddle-dee-dee, here are some authentic vintage recipes, lore, and more. Don't just read, cook, smell, taste, enjoy. Vintage is going to be around for a very long time. Cook some. Eat a lot. Don't forget the nap afterwards.
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