Finding the best reading snack can be tricky. Too sticky, and you might accidentally glue the book. Dusty foods would leave fingerprints. Juggling utensils and turning pages is a dangerous business. But, as connoisseurs and well-practiced Snack-While-You-Readers, we have come up with some go-to favorites.
A fun twist on the personality bingo that’s been sweeping the internet nation! Which Kinde Lady do you more closely resemble?
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And if you love Bingo, check out our Summer Reading Bingo challenge.
Summer is the perfect time to break out some special reading challenges, so Middle Grade Carousel is happy to present you with one of our own. It’s Summer Reading Bingo time!
She pushes a bowl in front of Bailey, motions for me to get the ground meat and eggs and salt and onions, and soon we are mushing our hands in the meat mush, squishing it and squeezing it, and the garlic-onion-spareribs-bay-leaf-oregano-tomatoes are swirling in the big pot, and the smells are wrapping around us, and I am dizzy with it, with the smells and the squished meat and the play going on in my head.
Granny Torrelli Makes Soup
May 23 is National Taffy Day! To celebrate, I’m sharing my top ten favorite jokes brought to us by Laffy Taffy.
What is thin, white, and scary?
Homer got down from the chair and pushed a button on the machine marked, “Start.” Rings of batter stated dropping into the hot fat. After a ring of batter was cooked on one side an automatic gadget turned it over and the other side would cook. then another automatic gadget gave the doughnut a little push and it rolled neatly down a little chute, all ready to eat.
—Homer Price, “The Doughnuts,” by Robert McCloskey, 1943