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Plum puddings and paper moons (original 2010; edition 2010)

by Glenda Millard, Stephen Michael King

Series: Kingdom of Silk (book 5)

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It's almost Christmas in Cameron's Creek and it's a time for wishes, big and small. But Scarlet, the oldest of the Rainbow Girls, is not so sure if wishes can come true. Ages 10+.
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Title:Plum puddings and paper moons
Authors:Glenda Millard
Other authors:Stephen Michael King
Info:Pymble, N.S.W. : HarperCollins Publishers, 2010.
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Plum puddings and paper moons by Glenda Millard (2010)

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A little bit of worldly politics gets injected into the Cameron Creek community with the arrival of Anik to the Colour Patch Cafe. He tells his story of life as a refugee and war in his home country to Scarlet, and she decides to declare peace on Cameron Creek. Amber rallies by baking more of her Armenian Love Cake.
In the afterword Millard explains that her story is based on a similar real life peace march in her own small community where she got to try an authentic Armenian Love Cake and shared the recipe with readers.
Overall another interesting episode in the Kingdom of Silk, though the stories are starting to lack the sparkle of the first three books. ( )
  avatiakh | Jan 22, 2011 |
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It's almost Christmas in Cameron's Creek and it's a time for wishes, big and small. But Scarlet, the oldest of the Rainbow Girls, is not so sure if wishes can come true. Ages 10+.

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The fifth book in the multi-award-winning and much-loved Kingdom of Silk series
It’s almost Christmas in Cameron’s Creek and it’s a time for wishes, big and small.
But Scarlet, the oldest of the Rainbow Girls, is not so sure if wishes can come true.
The kitchen at the Kingdom of Silk is warm and sweet with the smell of buttery shortbread and steamed plum puddings. And in the kitchen of the Colour Patch Café, Scarlet has made a new friend, Anik.
When Anik tells Scarlet about his home far away and of all the things he has lost, Scarlet is determined to make a difference. And so she decides to declare peace on Cameron’s Creek, and maybe even the world 
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