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eBook Cocoa Ice ePub

by Holly Meade,Diana Karter Appelbaum

  • ISBN: 0531300404
  • Category: Geography and Cultures
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Holly Meade,Diana Karter Appelbaum
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Orchard Books (September 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 56
  • ePub book: 1695 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1653 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 412

Description

Diana Karter Appelbaum (Author), Holly Meade (Author, Illustrator).

Diana Karter Appelbaum (Author), Holly Meade (Author, Illustrator). The book opens on the Caribbean island of Santo Domingo where it is always summer and where cacao trees thrive. The young narrator explains how her family harvests, dries, and roasts cocoa beans, which her father then trades on high-rigged schooners from New England for bolts of cloth and the valued commodity?ice.

ISBN 10: 0531300404 ISBN 13: 9780531300404. Publisher: Orchard Books, 1997.

Cocoa ice. by. Diana Karter Appelbaum. This was an intriguing book that sparked more questions about cocoa and ice. The colorful pictures were quite enjoyable. ENCRYPTED DAISY download.

Cocoa Ice is a 1997 illustrated children's book by Diana Appelbaum, illustrated by Holly Meade. It was published by Orchard Books. The two little girls enjoy their different versions of "cocoa ic. Lupine Award, Maine Library Association, Honor Book, 1997.

Cocoa Ice Unit Study Lessons. Author: Diana Karter Appelbaum Illustrator: Holly Meade ISBN: 0531300404 level 3 unit prepared by Wende printables by Ami and Penelope Carpenter.

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Diana Appelbaum thanks her readers. com User, October 30, 2000. I am so pleased to have heard from many children and parents who have enjoyed reading CocoaIce together. I hope that some of the parents and teachers who have enjoyed this book, will also enjoy reading BULLOUGH'S POND, a book for grownups published under my childhood name, Diana Muir.

In the late 19th century, American schooners brought ice, refined sugar, and other goods to Santo Domingo to exchange for cocoa and coffee beans, and out of that Appelbaum spins a fine story of two children who love chocolate.

In the late 19th century, American schooners brought ice, refined sugar, and other goods to Santo Domingo to exchange for cocoa and coffee beans, and out of that Appelbaum spins a fine story of two children who love chocolate ices. In the tropical summer of the island, a girl helps her parents collect, harvest, and prepare cocoa beans, which require a lot of coaxing before the transcendent chocolate flavor is released. In the late 19th century, American schooners brought ice, refined sugar, and other goods to Santo Domingo to exchange for cocoa and coffee beans, and out of that Appelbaum spins a fine story of two children who love chocolate ices.

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Cocoa ice, by Diana Appelbaum ; pictures by Holly Meade. A Melanie Kroupa book"-Half .

Cocoa ice, by Diana Appelbaum ; pictures by Holly Meade. Appelbaum, Diana Karter author. Publication Information. New York : Orchard Books, 1997. 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 30 cm. Notes. A girl in Santo Domingo tells how cocoa is harvested during the late 1800s while at the same time her counterpart in Maine tells about the harvesting of ice. Subjects. Meade, Holly illustrator.

A girl in Santo Domingo tells how cocoa is harvested during the late 1800s while at the same time her counterpart in Maine tells about the harvesting of ice

Comments

Abandoned Electrical Abandoned Electrical
The illustrations in this book will remain in your mind for a very long time.
The story is historically fascinating, and the glimpse it provides of a world gone by is important for children to understand. The illustrations afford imaginative "time travel" and the narrative offers a wonderful perspective through the child characters in Cocoa Ice.
Jum Jum
This is one of the cutest stories I have come across to explain resources to my second grade students.
Snake Rocking Snake Rocking
I received my book with a page falling out and missing pages.
Sadaron above the Gods Sadaron above the Gods
My 5-year-old daughter is very interested in history, particularly in the 1800s. We found this story to be fascinating--learning about the processes of making chocolate and cutting/storing ice. The contrast of the two climates/cultures is well done and sparked lots of conversation.
Chillhunter Chillhunter
Cocoa Ice shows me two different worlds which is why I really like it. I live in Maine and have seen ice ponds and ice being harvested. It seems silly to us in Maine that people would pay money for ice because it is everywhere in the winter, but when you go someplace hot and tropical you realize the ice is something good. I like having stories that are about girls, and different places and times. Cocoa Ice makes me smile and want hot chocolate.