Pancakes for Breakfast
Doubleday, 1946 - Brothers and sisters - 28 pages
Ann and Peter visit their cousins on their farm during maple sugaring time, and Ann wonders when they are ever going to have Aunt Hattie's delicious pancakes for breakfast.
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