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From the Newbery Award-winning author of THE WESTING GAME, more clever riddles and wordplay, clues to be found, and mysteries to be solved! Glub! Blub! Mrs. Caroline "Little Dumpling" Carillon isn't quite sure what to expect when she sets off to meet her husband, Leon. After all, she hasn't seen him since their wedding when she was five and he was seven. But their reunion is cut short when a storm knocks him off their boat, and he disappears completely, leaving only one very waterlogged clue (Glub! Blub!). Will Dumpling be able to find Leon (or is it Noel) again? And just what is a glub blub?
Soup nights are a stress-free way to bring friends together. The host provides two or three pots of soup, while the guests bring their own dishes and silverware, and perhaps a salad or some bread. Neighbors get to know each other by name and people of all ages can connect and socialize. This practical guide encourages you to start your own soup group, with scores of recipes for soups and sides that your friends will be lining up to taste.
To get into her brother’s Northern Spy Club, Zoe Elwood must walk a narrow beam over rusted farm machinery, and then solve a crime. Her chance comes when Alice’s grandmother expires after eating a bowl of pea soup. Kelby gives Zoe just five days to solve the crime. Can she do it? (ages 9-12) Winner of an Agatha award for Best Children’s/Young Adult Novel. Children’s/Young Adult Mystery by Nancy Means Wright; originally published by Hilliard and Harris
In the frigid winter months of 1876-77, more than twenty-seven thousand people called on the Kensington Soup Society. The society had come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1844. By World War I, however, the need for charitable soup organizations had begun its rapid decline. Facing financial crunches and internal turmoil, the society struggled to keep the doors of its soup house open. Other soup kitchens in the area closed; the Kensington Soup Society became the last of its kind. From the society's birth to its place in today's world, Kenneth W. Milano dives deep into the soul of the Kensington Soup Society.
From the restorative powers of chicken soup on a sick day to the warmth of a bowl of chowder on a wintry night, there is no food quite as comforting and emblematic of home as soup. Soup, as Janet Clarkson tells us, is the first true culinary creation of humanity, and it has made a long journey from the prehistoric cave to the kitchen table and the white linens of Michelin-starred restaurants. Tracing its myriad reinventions through history and across the globe, Clarkson argues in Soup that it is the only truly universal dish—every culture in the world makes soup, and it is widely valued as a dish adaptable for any situation. From the swill of the poorhouse to the most delicately crafted consommé, Clarkson explores how soup got its name and describes the different roles of soup in Eastern and Western cuisine. Featuring the national soups of many countries and including an assortment of anecdotes and recipes taken from seven centuries of culinary history, Soup entertains as much as it informs, telling of how the history of the restaurant itself is intricately interwoven with the very concept of soup. “With enthusiasm and detailed research, Clarkson’s entertaining history is a nutrient-rich meal for the mind, sure to be devoured as happily as its subject”—Publishers Weekly, on Clarkson’s Pie
The popular comedian shares a collection of essays on a wide range of issues drawn in good part from highlights of his eighteen-month, post-September 11th tour in which he demonstrated how humor can transcend personal and world problems, addressing such topics as going bald, terrorism, fear of flying, religion, financial woes, and more. Original.
This new Chicken Soup book offers a heartwarming and uplifting collection of stories that celebrate the lifelong bond of sisterhood.
- Author : Jack Canfield
- Publisher : Simon and Schuster
- Release Date : 2012-08-07
- Genre : Self-Help
- Pages : 384
- ISBN : 9781453275313
Chicken Soup for the African American Woman's Soul is a rich collection of stories that truly celebrate the mountaintops and share the valleys of the African American woman's experience; highlighting her moments of strength, as well as her struggles.
Discover a healthier you with the ultimate cure-all: soup. Throw out everything you think you know about wellness. There's a new way to cleanse, and it doesn't involve deprivation or strict rules. A soup cleanse is the modern alternative to quick-fix diets and juice cleanses: It's nutrient-dense, satisfying, and convenient for any lifestyle. Souping employs the simple philosophy that truly connecting with your food helps establish lasting habits so you can reveal your best self. In the Soup Cleanse Cookbook, you'll discover how small tweaks to your weekly meals and mealtime rituals make a big difference in your health. Seventy-five plant-based and gluten-free recipes can be mixed and matched for a customizable weekly plan that includes a dedicated souping day, 5 days of soup for lunch, and an "anything goes" day. Or, follow one of the soup categories, each designed to address different health needs, like boosting immunity, revving up energy, and encouraging weight loss. Creative suggestions and actionable tips simplify the concept of cleansing and help incorporate more veggies into your daily diet. The Soup Cleanse Cookbook makes mindful eating truly splendid.
Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cancer Book delivers 101 powerful stories of courage, hope, support, and love to help cancer patients and their families. A bonus memoir by a cancer patient bound in, with intimate and helpful words of advice. A support group you can hold in your hand, this loving and inspirational collection of intimate stories, by cancer patients and their loved ones, medical professionals, clergy and friends, is a must-read for anyone affected by cancer. Writers share all their experiences – from the initial diagnosis, to breaking the news to loved ones, to discussing the effect on home, school and work, from securing a medical team to living through an ever changing self-image, from the embarrassment of losing hair to discovering a new spirituality. A bonus book, a no-holds-barred memoir by cancer patient Elizabeth Bayer, is bound into this volume, after the full-length Chicken Soup for the Soul book.
Machine Translation and the Information Soup! Over the past fty years, machine translation has grown from a tantalizing dream to a respectable and stable scienti c-linguistic enterprise, with users, c- mercial systems, university research, and government participation. But until very recently, MT has been performed as a relatively distinct operation, so- what isolated from other text processing. Today, this situation is changing rapidly. The explosive growth of the Web has brought multilingual text into the reach of nearly everyone with a computer. We live in a soup of information, an increasingly multilingual bouillabaisse. And to partake of this soup, we can use MT systems together with more and more tools and language processing technologies|information retrieval engines, - tomated text summarizers, and multimodal and multilingual displays. Though some of them may still be rather experimental, and though they may not quite t together well yet, it is clear that the future will o er text manipulation systems that contain all these functions, seamlessly interconnected in various ways.
Mix the latest and most rigorous scientific research, irrepressible old-fashioned entrepreneurship, and the ancient human desire to live forever (or at least a lot longer) and the result is today’s exploding multibillion-dollar antiaging industry. Its achievements are so far mostly marginal, but its promises flow with all the allure of a twenty-first-century fountain of youth. In Eternity Soup, acclaimed science writer Greg Critser takes us to every outpost of the antiaging landscape, home to zealots and skeptics, charlatans, and ingenious clinicians and academics. We visit a conference of the Caloric Restriction Society, whose members—inspired by certain laboratory findings involving mice—live their lives in a state just above starvation. (“It’s only the first five years that are uncomfortable,” says one.) We meet the new wave of pharmacists who are reviving the erstwhile art of “compounding”—using mortar and pestle to mix extravagantly profitable potions for aging boomers seeking to recapture flagging sexual vitality. Here, too, are the theorists and researchers who are seeking to understand the cellular-level causes of senescence and aging and others who say, Why bother with that? Instead, we should just learn how to repair and replace organs and tissue that break down, like a vintage automobile collector who keeps a century-old Model T shining and running like new. Eternity Soup is a simmering brew of testosterone patches, human growth hormone (so promising and so potentially dangerous), theories that view aging as a curable disease, laboratory-grown replacement organs (“I want to build a kidney,” says one proponent. “It is such a stup-eed organ!”), and bountiful other troubling, hilarious, and invigorating ingredients. Critser finds plenty of chicanery and credulousness in the antiaging realm but also a surprising degree of optimism, even among some formerly sober skeptics, that we may indeed be on the cusp of something big. And that
Why Now? Rose Forrester was too old to be lying on her car's front seat spying on her first love. She even had a husband and a teenage daughter waiting for her at home. But Rob MacIntyre's return had just turned her world upside down. Seventeen years ago he'd been the town's golden boy and she'd been amazed that he'd even noticed her. Well, he'd done a lot more than notice…. Now she has to tell her husband some hard truths. As she copes with the unfolding drama, Rose discovers she's not the only one in her family hiding things. Even the family dog has prior baggage. And Rose realizes that she, too, must let go of her secret so she can finally test her wings….
- Author : Amy Newmark
- Publisher : Simon and Schuster
- Release Date : 2017-04-18
- Genre : Self-Help
- Pages : 400
- ISBN : 9781611592672
Teachers inspire students every day, and this new collection provides some much-needed inspiration for these dedicated educators. With great stories about teaching from teachers and stories of thanks from students, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Teachers makes for a great teacher gift all year round! Teachers will love the book’s heartfelt, inspiring, and humorous stories from inside and outside the classroom. Stories from teachers and students about their favorite memories, lasting lessons, and unforgettable moments will uplift and encourage any educator.
Over the course of our lives, we make many things along the way. We make money, we make friends, we make love, and we make mistakes. We make an effort to rise, but unfortunately, we also make enemies. Although these enemies are sometimes physical forces, the hardest ones to defeat are often invisible and intangible. Those unseen nemeses of ours can come in the form of laziness, procrastination, insecurity, depression, and the list goes on. No matter what form our enemies take, we must find inner strength and use it to defeat them so we can move forward and advance to the next chapter of life. In Soup of the Day: Blood of Our Enemies, poet Mickey Moctezuma explores complex situations of difficulty, challenge, and emotion. He addresses heartbreak, cheating, substance abuse, and toxic relationships. Mickey’s poems allow you to enter his subconscious, relate to his plight, process your own feelings, and find catharsis after the many unavoidable traumas of life. Through catharsis comes healing and a bright future.