The Boy, a Kitchen, and His Cave: The Tale of Saint Euphrosynos the Cook
Relates the legend of Euphrosynos, an uncultured peasant boy who became a cook in a Greek monastery at an early age and whose humility and joy in God's creations led him to be named a saint.
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Review: The Boy, A Kitchen, And His Cave: The Tale of St. Euphrosynos the CookUser Review - Goodreads
a not bad (illustrations are petty good anyway) kids story about a 9th cent. greek monk, who is so humble he does miracles but he doesn't even know he did them. it's the apples./ you eat his apples ...
Review: The Boy, A Kitchen, And His Cave: The Tale of St. Euphrosynos the CookUser Review - Elissa - Goodreads
This may be one of my favorite books ever written. Since the first time I read it (and there have been many times since), Euphrosynos has become my companion. He reminds me always that great intellect ... Read full review
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The Boy, A Kitchen, and His Cave<BR>by Catherine K. Contopoulos<BR>
Click to enlarge pad The Boy, A Kitchen, and His Cave Beautifully illustrated by Chrissanth Green-Gross, this book explores the life of St. Euphrosynos the ...