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10.7 - What Angels Eat
July is National Watermelon Month. "It is the chief of this world's luxuries, king by the grace of God over all the fruits of the earth. When one has tasted it, he knows what the angels eat. - Pudd'nHead Wilson, Mark Twain
Read a book set at least 50% in one of these top producing watermelon locations: China, Turkey, Iran, Brazil, Uzbekistan, Algeria, Spain, Greece, Italy, in the United States- Texas, Florida, Georgia, California.
Required: If the setting is not evident include a reference to establish how the book fits the task.


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Settings cannot be verified in a help thread. You must read the book to determine the setting. You may ask for help from other readers of your book here.


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Bea | 3926 comments I'm assuming that Savannah Breeze will work since it is set between two of the watermelon producing states...and that I won't have to worry about percentages. (Georgia and Florida)


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Bea wrote: "I'm assuming that Savannah Breeze will work since it is set between two of the watermelon producing states...and that I won't have to worry about percentages. (Georgia and Florida)"

If you read it and that's true, then it works.


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Nicole | 1314 comments The metadata says this book takes place in California and Florida. So that should work right? Please confirm!

B is for Burglar


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Nicole wrote: "The metadata says this book takes place in California and Florida. So that should work right? Please confirm!

B is for Burglar"


If you read it and that's true, then it works.


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