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1. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p4) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 7 Publishing Date: 2017/8/16
  Laura's father is telling her a story about being good on Sunday.
2. John Larrysson's Kitchen: Cookies & Biscuits Publishing Date: 2017/8/15
  The British and Americans disagree over the meaning of cookies & biscuits. However both words come from different traditions in the British Isles and both are correct. Some so-called American words actually come from England.
3. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p3) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 6 Publishing Date: 2017/8/9
  The boys thought about their new sledge. They wanted to slide downhill. But it was Sunday and no work or play was allowed. They looked at their Christian textbook and they thought about the new sledge. It seemed that Sunday would never end.
4. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p2) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 5 Publishing Date: 2017/8/2
  Laura's father is telling her a story about being good on Sunday.
5. John Larrysson's Kitchen: Pie Publishing Date: 2017/8/1
  Pie crusts are a paste of fat and flour. They are very high in food energy. The fillings can be many things. Vegetables and meat-filled pies are for the main course of a meal. Dessert pies are filled with fruit or custard.
6. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p1) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 4 Publishing Date: 2017/7/26
  When your grandfather was a very young boy at sundown on Saturday night everyone stopped every kind of work or play. The rule was that no work was done on Sunday.
7. John Larrysson Column : Being Quiet Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 3 Publishing Date: 2017/7/19
  On Sundays Mary and Laura must not run or shout or be noisy when they played. Mary could not sew the quilt she was making. Laura could not knit on the tiny mittens she was making for Baby Carrie. They might look quietly at their paper dolls, but they must not make anything new for them. They were not allowed to sew on doll clothes, not even with pins. No work was allowed on Sunday. Sunday was God's day. Their family were puritanical Christians.
8. John Larrysson's Kitchen: Cake Publishing Date: 2017/7/18
  The main source of food energy in most modern diets is grain. In China and eastern Asia that grain is rice. In the west grains, such as wheat, were made into bread. Special breads were also eaten after a meal as dessert. This summer's kitchen topic is about desserts. Cakes are desserts that are a special type of bread.
9. John Larrysson Column : The Weekly Bath Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 2 Publishing Date: 2017/7/12
  Unlike in Chinese society, the English historically bathed very rarely. Instead they would just wash their hands and faces, that is the places that show. The idea of bathing the whole body once a week was shockingly often. A few people, such as Laura's parents believed that frequent washing was good. They believed that cleanliness was next to godliness.
10. John Larrysson Column : Sundays Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 1 Publishing Date: 2017/7/5
  This summer, I will read to you the next chapter from the book called The Little House in the Big Woods, by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Over the last four years I have read a chapter each summer. Each chapter in this book has a different topic. This is a true story based on the life of the author, Laura.

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