Something rich and strange / Margaret Wild ; illustrated by Janet Bridgland Wild, Margaret, 1948-

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Wild, Margaret, 1948-
Cooking - Juvenile literature.; Cookery - Juvenile fiction.; Talking books for children.
Juvenile; Primary
SUMMARY : Rebecca loves food, any kind of food. She loves food so much that her favourite hobbies are sorting out the pantry shelves, defrosting the fridge, going to the supermarket and chatting to the butcher. The other children think she's weird and no-one wants to play with her. Then her cousin Emma comes to stay and Rebecca hopes they'll be friends. But Emma doesn't seem at all the kind of person who spends much time in the kitchen.
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