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Mary Frances Cook Book: Adventures Among the Kitchen People

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This charmingly illustrated book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl who wanted to help her mother. In the kitchen, Mary Frances discovered the Kitchen People, like Auntie Rolling Pin and Toaster Man, who became her teachers. They talked to her, helped her, and shared mysterious secrets she could have otherwise never understood. This nostalgic treasure includes 40 simple recipes kids can make. This classic is part of the Mary Frances Books for Children, a collection of children's instructional craft books, all of which were originally published in the early 1900s. For ages 9-12.

Synopsis:

This book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl who wanted to help her mother. In the kitchen, Mary Frances discovered the Kitchen People, who became her teachers. They talked to her, helped her, and shared mysterious secrets she could have otherwise never understood. This classic is part of a series of instructional craft books for children.

Synopsis:

This book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl who wanted to help her mother. In the kitchen, Mary Frances discovered the Kitchen People (Toaster Man, Tea Kettle, Auntie Rolling Pin, et al.), who became her teachers and friends. They talked to her, helped her, and shared mysterious secrets she could have otherwise never understood. Starting with toast and ending with a sumptuous dinner, this delightful and nostalgic instruction book will appeal to anyone wanting to bring a young child into the kitchen. This volume is part of a series of instructional domestic arts books for children.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781557095886
Author:
Fryer, Jane Eayre
Publisher:
Applewood Books
Subject:
General
Subject:
Cookery
Subject:
Courses & Dishes - General
Subject:
General Juvenile Fiction
Subject:
Mary Frances (Fictitious character)
Subject:
Cooking and Food-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback
Series:
Mary Frances Books for Children
Publication Date:
May 2004
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Children/juvenile
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
180
Dimensions:
9 x 6.5 in
Age Level:
05-08

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This book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl who wanted to help her mother. In the kitchen, Mary Frances discovered the Kitchen People, who became her teachers. They talked to her, helped her, and shared mysterious secrets she could have otherwise never understood. This classic is part of a series of instructional craft books for children.
"Synopsis" by , This book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl who wanted to help her mother. In the kitchen, Mary Frances discovered the Kitchen People (Toaster Man, Tea Kettle, Auntie Rolling Pin, et al.), who became her teachers and friends. They talked to her, helped her, and shared mysterious secrets she could have otherwise never understood. Starting with toast and ending with a sumptuous dinner, this delightful and nostalgic instruction book will appeal to anyone wanting to bring a young child into the kitchen. This volume is part of a series of instructional domestic arts books for children.
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