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Turkish Delight & Treasure Hunts: Delightful Treats and Games from Classic Children's Books Hardcover – September 7, 2010
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Jane Brocket is British, and this book is compiled from two of her titles published in Britain, Ripping Things to Do and Cherry Cake and Ginger Beer. Although there is a definite British slant to it, it looks like this book was edited and compiled with an eye for the American market. I was happy to see this book come out, as I had a hard time getting hold of the other two in America.
The single best way to foster a love of reading in a child is to read to them until they are old enough to read to themselves and then to continue to encourage them to read. To do that, you need to help them make their reading personal. Nothing brings a story to life for a child like acting out the story in some way, whether that is playing a game from the story, making a treat, or having a picnic.
In Turkish Delight & Treasure Hunts: Delightful Treats and Games from Classic Children's Books Jane Brocket provides recipes and instructions for a wide variety food, games & activities from a broad selection of well loved children's literature. I've used a number of Jane's recipes from Vintage Cakes: More Than 90 Heirloom Recipes for Tremendously Good Cakes and they've always been very successful. Almost every one of these looks to be in that same vein.
I do have one quibble. As you may know, I live in Vermont, where making Maple Syrup is a way of life.Read more ›
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Nostalgic trip through the stories we loved as children, with recipes and activities to go with old treasured favorites.Published 12 months ago by Donna L. Scofield
I had come across this book on a false spring day after dealing with weeks of snow. I had found it in the used section and immediately picked it up, as the title caught my eye. Read morePublished on February 1, 2014 by readalot