"The Coton de Tulear: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your Coton de Tulear," by Dog Care Professionals, Is an essential purchase for any Coton de Tulear owner.
When Lady Venetia Campbell is kidnapped at pistol point by her fatherâ€™s sworn enemy, Sir Lachlan Ross, she discovers the wickedly sexy Scot is even more intoxicating than she remembers . . . and much more dangerous. Lachlan plans to use her as a weapon against her father, but Venetia is determined that his lust for revenge will be trumped by an even more powerful desire. . . .
Emma Brown is a happy-go-lucky child, content to work hard at school, and to play hopscotch with her friends on the pavement outside her house in the run-down Nechells area of Birmingham. As long as everything is alright at home with her Ma and Pa, her little sister Joyce and brother Sid, then life is good. But after Em's mother Cynthia has her baby she just doesn't seem to be able to cope. Her life-long friend and neighbour Dot helps as much as she can, but she has children of her own, and no man to hand; Cynthia's husband Bob, too, does his best, but begins to feel that he's losing the wife he has loved so much; and little Em just can't find enough hours in the day to do all the washing and cleaning. Soon, it seems, the only thing is for Cynthia to go and stay across the city with her tyrannical older sister. With Cynthia away, life only gets harder for Em. Her best friend Kate ostracises her, leaving only poor, stinky Molly Fox at her side, and when the Board Man comes to call, wanting to know why she's not at school, things are really bad. When Bob stays out later and later in the evenings, always the worse for wear, and spending too much time with a local very merry widow, Em decides to travel across Birmingham to fetch her mother home, but the mother she discovers is a far cry from the proud, upright and loving figure she has known so well...
A celebrated illustrator reinvents a familiar lullaby with this story of a baby who will not stop crying and a big sister who tries to help.Hush, little baby, don't say a word, Papa's gonna buy you a mockingbird....A baby who howls all night, parents at their wits' end, a peddler whose wagon is filled with toys and animals, and a big sister who accidentally-on-purpose starts it all--these are the players in this delightful and original interpretation of a timeless folk tune.Marla Frazee's story-in-pictures is a perfect lullaby for all restless babies and their exhausted, loving families.
Traditional Wheaten Bannocks and unusual Sair Heidies both can be found in A Little Book of Scottish Baking. For those unfamiliar with the rich baking traditions of Scotland, Wheaten Bannocks were once a daily staple of the national diet before white flour became widely available. Sair Heidies, or "Sore Heads," reflect the Scottish sense of humor. The straight-sided cakes are wrapped in paper "bandages" and have domed, crusted heads with lump sugar on top, representing "aspirin." Recipes for a wide variety of baked treats are included, ranging from the simple, nourishing scones and oatcakes once baked in farmhouses to the sophisticated confections turned out by the ancient Incorporation of Baxters in Edinburgh.Author Marion Maxwell presents the finest collection of recipes for baked goods that would fit into this little book, which is colorfully illustrated by Catherine McWilliams. Whatever your cup of tea, A Little Book of Scottish Baking is sure to offer the perfect complement to your beverage of choice.
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