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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0060294590
ISBN-13: 9780060294595
Sku: 207646476
Publish Date: 10/1/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.75L x 1.25T
Pages:  327
Age Range:  15 to 19
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Elaine Hamilton has never wanted to be the center of attention. She''d like nothing more than to cook quietly in her kitchen, mastering French cooking with the recipes of the great Julia Child.

So how did she end up with cameras zooming in on her and a crowd cheering her on?

Well, it involves . . .

an eccentric best friend named after a font,

five lively brothers constantly asking, "What''s for dinner?"

a rotten fig and a weakness,

a feminist congresswoman mother,

a yoga-practicing father,

a chest full of unsent letters,

and many, many roast ducks.

Delicious. Just delicious.

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Shy sixteen-year-old Elaine has long dreamed of being the next Julia Child, to the dismay of her feminist mother, but when her first friend, the outrageous Lucida Sans, convinces Elaine to enter a cooking contest, the possibilities are endless.

Elaine Hamilton has never wanted to be the center of attention. She'd like nothing more than to cook quietly in her kitchen, mastering French cooking with the recipes of the great Julia Child.

So how did she end up with cameras zooming in on her and a crowd cheering her on?

Well, it involves . . .

an eccentric best friend named after a font,

  • five lively brothers constantly asking, ?What's for dinner??
  • a rotten fig and a weakness,
  • a feminist congresswoman mother,
  • a yoga-practicing father,
  • a chest full of unsent letters,
  • and many, many roast ducks.

Delicious. Just delicious.

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