This is my after Christmas version of Mailbox Monday. Actually my book present this year was a Kindle. Yay! Thanks David and Amber.
And Amber picked out a nice, pretty blue cover for it.
And my mom gave me this cookbooks that has some wonderful recipes in it. I can’t wait to try some of the desserts.
Der Dutchman Cookbook
The cooks of the famed Der Dutchman Restaurant in Walnut Creek, Ohio, know exactly how to put the comfort in comfort food. First published in 1973, this classic cookbook contains fun surprises like “Never-fail Pie Crust,” “Bushel Cookies,” “Poor Man’s Steak,” and “Old-fashioned Butterscotch Pie.” Along with traditional recipes destined to become dog-eared favorites, you’ll find original Pennsylvania Dutch jingles in every chapter.
Purchase at Amazon.
I did get one books from the publisher for review this week, too.
Get Energy by Denise Austin
With busy schedules, demanding careers, and little time, many of us battle just to stay awake. But energy is something that is in our control, enven when time is short. Now 50 years young, fitness guru Denise Austin shows readers how to super-charge their lives, using her innovative lifestyle plan. She eats the right foods at the right time of day. She uses the power of stretching and breathing to feed her body with energy-enhancing oxygen. She uses mini-workouts to get energy even on her busiest days–and now you can too!
Denise shows how simple changes can add up to increased energy levels throughout the day. From the foods they consume to the way they sit in their chairs, readers won’t believe how Denise’s quick and easy plan will dramatically increase their energy levels. In as little as a week, results will be felt: radiant skin, more restful sleep, and a sharper mind…so follow Denise Austin and prepare for a fitness wake-up call!
And I won one from Tif at Tif Talks Books. I’m giving it to a little girl I know for Christmas, along with an adorable flower hat that I also won.
Ladybug Girl by David Soman and Jacky Davis
Lulu’s older brother says she is too little to play with him. Her mama and papa are busy too, so Lulu has to make her own fun. This is a situation for Ladybug Girl!
Ladybug Girl saves ants in distress, jumps through shark-infested puddles, and even skips along the great dark twisty tree trunk–all by herself. It doesn’t matter what her brother says, Ladybug Girl is definitely not too little!
Mailbox Monday is taking a blog tour. This month’s host is Lady Q of Let Them Read Books. Head over there to see what goodies others got in their boxes and to share your own loot.