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Pages: 310
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Categories: Cooking
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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
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The Adventure of the Missing Trident
Language: en
Pages: 152
Authors: Olivia Belcher
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-11-20 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

When fourteen year old Madison gets invited to stay in the coastal town of Seahorse Bay with her aunt and uncle, she can hardly hold in her excitement. She has always wanted to be near the ocean. She is introduced to siblings Dylan and Marin, who soon become her closest
The Adventure of Fitz Michael
Language: en
Pages: 582
Authors: Lee W Crossland
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-04-12 - Publisher: iUniverse

In the late ninth century, the Vikings have entered Irish waters and also the Isle of Man. Plunged into a cylindrical tower by the late abbot Father Daniel, Fitz Michael Ghabron is chosen to escape off the isle with the last remaining relic of the monastery belonging to St. Columba.
The Adventure of the Missing Dancing Girl
Language: en
Pages: 253
Authors: Sunila Gupte
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-12-02 - Publisher: Random House India

The year is 2500 BC: four high-spirited girls and boys—Kartik, Xerxes, Namami, and Kaveri—have set off from their home in Anantpur for the auspicious Surya Mela in Lothal, a port town in Meluhha (Bharat). But on the way a daring robbery takes place—sacred treasures are stolen from Mohenjo-daro’s temple, including