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Then the old woman said, 'Ruthie, I have a cake and some cookies baking in the oven. They may be almost done. I am getting old and feeble. It hurts me to bend over. Would you kindly open the oven door, lean in, and see if the cake and cookies are done?" Ruthie opened the oven door and stuck her head way inside while the woman stood behind her peering over her shoulder.

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Paperback, 52 pages
Published August 10th 2005 by iUniverse
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