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The Berenstain Bears Family Reunion By Stan and Jan Berenstain

Morning reading time

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Betty Bunny Loves Chocolate Cake by Michael B Kaplan

Made homemade bread for lunch

Morning reading time

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If You Give a Dog a Donut by Laura Numeroff

Morning reading time

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If You Give a Cat a Cupcake by Laura Numeroff

Made cheesecake

Cooked a huge family dinner and ate it with good company

pizza hot for dinner.

I had shrimps, fish, scallops, and clam for lunch. It's good.

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food art by jeanette ryall

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good food by demar

Made a fantastic Chicago-inspired dinner!

'Dogs with poppy-seeded buns, carmelized onions, yellow mustard, homemade pickle relish, and celery salt!

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Katie and the cupcake cure by coco simon

went to library program "cooking from your garden" - learned alot

wen ate at an asian resto

i forgot the name of the restaurant but there food was really good. and they had a 6-layered chocolate cake.

Invited two friends over to make some radish and beef buns!

Made homemade French Dip sandwiches

Enjoyed savory and sweet pies at Dangerously Delicious Pies

Dangerously Delicious Pies is located inside the Third Street Bar in Detroit. The pies are fantastic! They change them up every day. You can get a savory slice and a side salad for $6, or a sweet slice for $6. The pastry crusts are substantial but not heavy. I had the Con-Quiche-Da-Dor, which was a quiche with spinach, mushroom, onions, swiss, garlic and goat cheese. Shared dessert slices: salted caramel (like a flan), Baltimore Bomb (like a bread pudding with chocolate), and roasted apple pie with whipped cream (nice and cinnamon-y).

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James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl
This was a good book because it was crazy. James rode in a giant peach with a lot of insects that were his size. They had adventures together. I liked the ending because the insects lived with James in the peach pit.

Connect Your Summer Final CELEBRATION!

Come one - come all! We are celebrating the end of our Connect Your Summer reading program. We have something for everyone including:

We promise an afternoon of fun, food, games and prizes for all ages in our big back yard on Saturday, August 17 from 11:00 to 1:00 PM. Join us!!!