By Jeff Mack
Frog is settling in for a calming day on the pond. (AAHH.) yet wait—there are different creatures on the pond besides. (AH HA!) and a few of them are out to get Frog. (AHHH!) to not fear, Frog will get the final snort. (HA HA!) utilizing purely letters, in addition to many brightly coloured and full of life illustrations, Jeff Mack brings his hallmark humor to this rollicking booklet that might go away younger readers guessing, guffawing, and at the fringe of their seats.
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Next, she opened the door to the pantry and reached up to the top shelf. Her fingers knew just where to go as she grabbed hold of a small piece of cheesecloth. While her family watched, Mother stuffed the cloth inside the jar and wiped the jar’s oil-coated sides until they were sparkling clean. She then took the cloth and spread the oil on the bottom of her skillet. There was just enough oil to coat the pan. Miracle_jar_ColorRevised final 5/16/08 3:25 AM Page 30 As the oil heated, Mother whipped up a batter made from flour, water, and an egg and poured it into the skillet.
Sophie was very excited. She hugged her mother, then licked her fingers clean of the apple and honey. ” she told her mother. “You made a real Hanukkah miracle! ” Father was also very excited. “Now we know how surprised everyone must have felt on that very first Hanukkah,” he told his children. ” Miracle_jar_ColorRevised final 5/16/08 3:25 AM Page 32 Sophie and Ruben watched as the shamash and the last eight candles melted away. “Happy Hanukkah,” Sophie told her family when the last of the flickering flames went out.
Everyone got a piece of the eighth miracle treat. Sophie was very excited. She hugged her mother, then licked her fingers clean of the apple and honey. ” she told her mother. “You made a real Hanukkah miracle! ” Father was also very excited. “Now we know how surprised everyone must have felt on that very first Hanukkah,” he told his children. ” Miracle_jar_ColorRevised final 5/16/08 3:25 AM Page 32 Sophie and Ruben watched as the shamash and the last eight candles melted away. “Happy Hanukkah,” Sophie told her family when the last of the flickering flames went out.
Ah Ha! by Jeff Mack
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