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The carrot war

Philip Ross Norman

The carrot war

by Philip Ross Norman

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rabbits -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Hares -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Carrots -- Juvenile fiction

  • About the Edition

    When the villainous Hares steal all of the Rabbits" carrots, the Rabbits come up with a plan involving the Trojan Carrot.

    Edition Notes

    j-134,915

    StatementPhilip Ross Norman.
    GenreJuvenile fiction
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1v. (unpaged) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23261210M
    ISBN 100316612006
    OCLC/WorldCa24847547

      Category Film & Animation; Song Scandelicious - Killer Tracks; Artist Donn Wilkerson; Album KTST2_Killer Stage & Screen 2; Licensed to YouTube by.   That idea is a legacy of World War II, when the British government—aided and abetted by Walt Disney—told Britons that eating carrots could sharpen their eyesight and help win the : Anne Ewbank.

      Our Guinea Pigs - Bubble and Squeak (don't worry we gave them another carrot so they had one each later). The World War II years were all about making do with less. In the kitchen, home cooks found thrifty ways to stretch the family’s food. When my husband and I were first married, he refused to eat meat loaf because he said it was bland and dry. Then I prepared this version, and it became his favorite meal. —Suzanne Codner, Starbuck, : Lara Eucalano.

      Carrots were very popular in baked goods because they were a good substitute for sugar, which was rationed during the war. Recipes for carrot cookies, carrot cakes, and even carrot flan were developed, and the best recipes are still enjoyed today.5/5(11). The Ankh-Morpork City Watch is the police force of the fictional city of Ankh-Morpork in the Discworld series by the English writer Terry Pratchett.. The Watch, its growth and development, and its inner workings are explored through a series of eight fantasy novels and one short story. These novels generally feature as the protagonist, the Watch Commander Sam Vimes, and .


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The Carrot War is a wonderful story about some Horrible Hares and some nice rabbits. The Hares steal their carrots and take them back to Fort Hare. The rabbits develop some plans to get their carrots back. The illustrations are wonderful, with lots of details to look at.5/5(2).

Rebecca Rupp has written more than a dozen books for children and adults, including Weather. and How Carrots Won the Trojan War. She holds a PhD in cell biology and biochemistry and has written hundreds of articles for magazines, including Country Journal, Early American Life, Mother Earth News, Natural History, and Utne Reader.

She lives in Vermont/5(62). The Carrot War is a wonderful story about some Horrible Hares and some nice rabbits. The Hares steal their carrots and take them back to Fort Hare. The rabbits develop some plans to get their carrots back.

The illustrations are wonderful, with lots of details to look at.5/5. Trojan Horse, bunny-style: the Horrible Hares steal the rabbits' entire carrot supply just before the big Midsummer Feast. Inspired by little Bunlet, the rabbits hide in a huge fake carrot, invade the hares' stronghold, and retrieve their vegetables.

No moral here—not even an end to the bunnies' problem with the hares—just happy-go-lucky war games and good fun for all. How Carrots Won the Trojan War is a delightful collection of little-known stories about the origins, legends, and historical significance of 23 of the world's most popular vegetables.

Curious cooks, gardeners, and casual readers alike will be fascinated by these far-fetched tales of their favorite foods' pasts/5. Carrots by Colleen Helme is the first book in the fabulous Shelby Nichols series. It's a fun and quirky mystery with Shelby, a mind reading wife and mother who's the target of a desperate killer, her husband Chris who has trouble keeping his thoughts from her and Ramos, the sexy hit man who saves her life/5(2K).

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Carrots were truly one of the foods that helped win the war. People experienced culinary delights s uch as curried carrot, carrot jam, carrot puddings and a homemade drink called Carrolade.

Most of these "delicacies" were nothing new and items such as cakes, puddings and jam had been enjoyed throughout Europe since the Middle Ages. Although I have most definitely enjoyed the main and fundamental messages presented in Ruth Krauss' classic picture book The Carrot Seed (and that although The Carrot Seed was first published over sixty years ago, inthe concept of the little boy, the diminutive gardener, sticking to his proverbial guns, believing that his planted carrot seed will one day indeed become a carrot /5.

CARROTS played their part in World War Two. Carrots would win the war. And, as luck had it, there were lots and lots and lots of them. Too many. The Ministry of Food had an idea: get shot of the surplus of carrots by marketing them as part of the war effort.

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Cream the fat and the sugar together with the vanilla essence. Mix in the grated carrot. Fold in the flour adding water as it gets dry. Drop spoonfuls onto greased tray and press down a little.

Pre-heat oven to C. Sprinkle tops of cookies with extra sugar. Place in oven for 15 minutes. In the absence of sugar, wives were recommended to use carrots as a sweetener in their desserts.

The Ministry’s widely distributed “War Cookery Leaflets” featured recipes for carrot marmalade, carrot pudding, carrot cake, and even carrot flan. “Carrots help you see in the Dark!” was a common saying at the time.

The story of the carrot is just one of the hidden tales this book recounts. Through portraits of a wide range of foods we eat and love, from artichokes to strawberries, The Carrot Purple traces the path of foods from obscurity to familiarity.

Joel Denker explores how these edible plants were, in diverse settings, invested with new meaning. Everyone knows that carrots are serious business for rabbits, and in this action-packed first book Norman shows how far some bunnies go when their crop is.

Eggless sponge, carrot marmalade, liver savoury or nettle tea are just some of the recipes British people ate during World War Two. This new version of the Wartime Cookbook, with simplified text, looks at rationing and how British people coped with limited supplies/5(9).

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Carrots book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Librarian's note: This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN: /5.4 tablespoon of grated raw carrot. 1 tablespoon of water. Cream the fat and the sugar together with the vanilla essence.

Mix in the grated carrot. Fold in the flour adding water as it gets dry. Drop spoonfuls onto greased tray and press down a little. Pre-heat oven to C. Sprinkle tops of cookies with extra sugar.