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How to Make Possum's Honey Bread Hardcover – 1975. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. by. Carla Stevens (Author).
While Possum shows four of his friends how to make tasty honey bread, Raccoon pouts in the woods nearby because he's not as good a baker. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.
Author/Artist et. carla stevens . Published by Scholastic Book Services (1975).
Published by Scholastic Book Services (1975).
In it Possum assembles Rabbit, Squirrel, Skunk, and Woodchuck for the lesson, with Woodchuck running off .
In it Possum assembles Rabbit, Squirrel, Skunk, and Woodchuck for the lesson, with Woodchuck running off every now and then to placate Raccoon who is off fishing and hurt that Woodchuck would ""rather make bread"" than join him. As if aware of the lag in action Stevens throws in some riddles while the animals wait for the bread to rise, but that just makes the story seem all the more superfluous. Serious bakers can skip to the last two pages where the directions are repeated without the chatter-or, they might just start with a regular cookbook.
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