The Boy, a Kitchen, and His Cave: The Tale of Saint Euphrosynos the Cook
St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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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