Sun bread

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Dutton Children's Books, May 7, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Everyone misses the sun, especially the baker, so she mixes some dough, then kneads and shapes it into a round, golden sun bread of her own. The wonderful bread not only stops the grumbling of everyone who eats but unfolds a chain of contentment that ultimately coaxes the real sun to come out. Includes the recipe for sun bread on back of book.

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User Review  - dluby17 - LibraryThing

The young children's book is poetry since the whole story rhymes. The book starts off in winter with the town missing the sunshine. The baker comes up with an idea that she can bake her own small sun ... Read full review

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Clever way to beat a lonely night! Read full review

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