Whytock, Cherry. My scrumptious Scottish dumplings; the life of Angelica Cookson Potts.

Author:Rohrlick, Paula
Position:Brief Article - Young Adult Review - Book Review
 
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WHYTOCK, Cherry. My scrumptious Scottish dumplings; the life of Angelica Cookson Potts. Simon & Schuster. 176p. illus. c2003. 0-689-86549-X. $14.95. JS

In this sequel to My Cup Runneth Over (reviewed in KLIATT in September 2003), the bubbly adventures of British teen Angel continue. This time her family is going on vacation in Scotland; her friend Mercedes is leaving for the US, to Angel's dismay; Angel's eccentric father manages to get the family banned from Harrods department store (cutting Angel off from the groceries she loves to cook with), and her friend Sydney wants to be her boyfriend. Cartoon-like b/w drawings illustrate the text, and recipes for treats like "Cheer-Me-Up Chocolate Mousse" are included. More giggly fun for Angel's fans.

J--Recommended for junior high school students. The contents are of particular interest to young adolescents and their teachers.

S--Recommended for senior high school students.

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