#FidelCastro legacy on cubans litre of milk daily for all kids Fidel Castro changed the flavor of the milk Cuban children drink at breakfast. He filled Cuban kitchens with energy-saving rice cookers and he gave a two-hour lesson in their use live on national television. He even changed the nation's lightbulbs launching a nationwide campaign to replace incandescent bulbs with fluorescents that cast a pallid white light in Cuban homes to this day. Castro who died Friday night at 90 gained…
I have a large copy of this from my childhoood. I was always fascinated with how the puppies went "pell mell" down the hill, and wondered why people didn't use those words in real life. :) I'm weird. I know.
Sarah, Plain and Tall, by Patricia MacLachlan - A heartwarming story about two children whose lives are changed forever when their widowed papa advertises for a mail-order bride. Sarah Elisabeth Wheaton from Maine answers the ad and agrees to come for a month. Sarah brings gifts from the sea, a cat named Seal, and singing and laughter to the quiet house. But will she like it enough to stay?
"The book that made me fall in love with books... "The Enchanted wood" by Enid Blyton I was gripped from the moment my mum began to read it to my brother and I and I'm now enjoying reading it to my own two for the first time. I love watching their faces as they hear about the adventures of all the different characters and I truly hope that it sparks a great love for books in them too" - Elaine Parry
A trilogy that is sometimes called [A] Modern Tale of Faerie, the subtitle of volume two. The novel is set on the Jersey Shore and Black calls it "suburban fantasy, as opposed to urban fantasy". Tithe was one of five finalists for the annual Mythopoeic Fantasy Award in children's literature.
Cuie's dreams told him these horrifying things as he curled with in his bed, tears swept down his cheeks as he he held his body. Was Caspian to win? Was he to take his land? Two kings one battle, demanded their kingdoms and Cuie couldn't very well bow to Caspian so he would he had to fight.