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The Baker's Dozen: A Saint Nicholas Tale, with Bonus Cookie Recipe and Pattern for St. Nicholas Christmas Cookies (15th Anniversary Edition) Paperback – November 29, 2016
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My only qualm with the way the book is advertised, however. The listing states it is a book with "bonus cookie recipe and pattern." I am planning on reading this with my children on the Feast of St. Nicholas (December 6) and spending time baking the cookies. I *assumed* a cookie "pattern" meant a cookie "cutter." Indeed it does not. The bonus "pattern" included is simply the large image of the cookie on the back cover of the book. I would have to make a paper template from which to cut out all the cookies which is time consuming and messy - especially with children. If you plan to order the book, know you will probably end up having to purchase an additional actual St. Nicholas cookie cutter, unfortunately none of which look anything like the one in the book.
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I originally picked the Kindle version of this one up for all of one penny which adds one star to the review because it makes it a heck of a deal – if you’re looking for a good children’s storybook to read, I would recommend this one.
Gorgeous illustrations that tell as much of a story as the prose.
Included is a gingerbread recipe to make and share.
A joy to read.