A Snake Is Totally Tail

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Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, Sep 1, 1987 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Words and pictures show essential characteristics of a number of animals, such as "a porcupine is piles of prickles" and "a crab is conspicuously claws."

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About the author (1987)

Judith Barrett is a well-known food writer and cookbook author. Her articles have appeared in "The Boston Globe", "The New York Times", "The New York Times Sunday Magazine", "The Washington Post", "Food Arts", "Self", "Eating Well" and many other publications.

Her books include the definitive cookbook on risotto, "Risotto", as well as "From an Italian Garden", "Pasta Verde", "Risotto Risotti", and "Saved By Soup" which was nominated for both a James Beard award and an IACP award. It has been published as an e-book and is available digitally. Her most recent book is "Fagioli: The Bean Cuisine of Italy".

After years of traveling throughout Italy to research her books, Judith Barrett and her husband now split their time between Italy and their home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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