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William Wegman (born December 2, 1943) is an American artist best known for creating series of compositions involving dogs, primarily his own Weimaraners in various costumes and poses.

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BETTY CROCKER'S NEW PICTURE COOK BOOK. Here is a cook book that is charming, practical and fun to use. It is a complete cooking guide that includes the tried-and-true and the new-as-tomorrow, the simple and the sophisticated, foreign-inspired foods and old-fashioned American dishes. And each of the over 1,850 recipes is easy to find and easy to follow. You'll find, too: Coordinated plans for delightful dinners, lunches and breakfasts. How to freeze foods. Table setting. Celebrities' favorite menus and recipes. BETTY CROCKER'S RECIPES are the most thoroughly tested of any now being offered. Each basic recipe in this book has been tested at least 100 times. After careful testing in the Betty Crocker Kitchens by trained home economists, further tests are made by homemakers just like you in cities, towns and rural areas. Every recipe approved by Betty Crocker has been pronounced successful in home kitchens and has won family acceptance. VIVID COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS of food, 48 pages in all, generously sprinkled throughout the book. They will inspire you to new culinary heights, showing just how the finished food is arranged, garnished and served. Clear how-to-do-it pictures in black and white accompany every basic recipe, turning it into a visual lesson in cooking techniques. Clever line drawings are linked to many of the recipes, gaily illustrating the story behind the recipe. YOU'LL LOVE THE LOOK of this new cook book. The size of its brightly-patterned cover was carefully planned to fit your kitchen shelf. It's wide-spaced columns make pages so easy to read. Today's most popular recipe style is used, featuring the list of ingredients followed by the directions. SPECIAL FEATURES of this exciting book include: A guide to selecting recipes for specific occasions on each blue divider page. Garnishes. Calorie chart. Suggestions for second-day uses for foods. Holiday ideas. Regional foods. Timesaving tips. Fascinating bits of food history.

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The Secret of the Old Mill

With two cases in tow, the Hardy boys look to Turner mill for clues. Determined to learn the secret of the old mill, Frank and Joe employ a clever ruse to gain entrance, only to find themselves trapped. How the young detectives extricate themselves from this dangerous situation and unravel mysteries will keep readers tense with suspense!

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This book is a companion volume to Easy Crafts, one of Mr. Jaeger's most popular books. It was written in answer to the often-repeated question, "what shall I use in our crafts program as a natural substitute for the seemingly inevitable craft kits?' Fields, woods, and even vacant lots may serve as sources of supplies for nature crafts.

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The House on the Cliff

Frank and Joe Hardy are investigating a mysterious old house high on the cliffs above Barmet Bay when they are frightened off by a scream. The boys return to the apparently haunted house when they make a connection between the place and a smuggling case their father is working on. When their father goes missing, they have to investigate the caves beneath the house and confront the smugglers.

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