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When Julia was very little, she had a splendid meal of sole meunière. And that was that. Julia fell in love with French food. She loved to eat French food. And she especially loved to cook it.


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  1. What an adorable book cover! Your teaser got me thinking though, I don't think I've ever tried any actual "french cuisine." French fries don't count, and my French Vanilla creamer doesn't count either, hmmm lol!

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  2. Sweet cover and great teaser - you've got me, Freda! Well done ;)

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  3. This one looks delightful! Great cover and teaser....thanks for sharing, and thanks for visiting my blog.

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  4. I've had my eye on children's books and this one looks adorable.

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  5. This cover does look adorable and it sounds like such a great biography for kids. Great pick! Mine this week come from Banned Books.

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  6. I suddenly have a craving for French food :) Great teaser!

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  7. I LOVE that intro Freda and the cover is adorable. First I heard of it sooooo thank you for joining us and sharing.

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  8. Such a sweet cover and your tease makes me hungry:) I think I'd enjoy this book.
    You are my last stop Freda. I just completed commenting on all 80 something posts, bouncing from top to bottom, and my eyes are blurring and my arm hurts. LOL!
    I've found so many new authors and books and followed some new blogs. I love this meme!
    Here is my TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/09/23/teaser-tuesdays-82-leaves-by-michael-baron/

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  9. oh, I am in love. Yes, Yes, Yes. I would read it over and over again. kelley—the road goes ever ever on

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  10. Oh my, i LOVE the cover! it's so adorable. I absolutely will check this one out on the net. Thanks for sharing!

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