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by Debbie Palen,Kathlyn Gay

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ISBN:
0802782280
Author:
Debbie Palen,Kathlyn Gay
Category:
Agricultural Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Walker & Co; First Edition edition (October 1, 1995)
Pages:
102 pages
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1210 kb
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by Kathlyn Gay (Author), Debbie Palen (Illustrator). A collection of peculiar beliefs and superstitions concerning food, including tips on what not to do at the dinner table, tongue-twisters and rhymes.

by Kathlyn Gay (Author), Debbie Palen (Illustrator).

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There are folk stories, superstitions and modern facts mixed in. The book also has illustrations by Debbie Palen which are really cute and make the book more interesting. Start by marking Keep the Buttered Side Up: Food Superstitions from Aroung the World as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I think it would be wond I picked this book up at a library book sale. I love children’s nonfiction. I’ve always found food fascinating too so I thought this would be good. The book is full of tidbits about food.

New York Public Library Book for the Teen AgeThis hilariously illustrated book on the customs and cautions surrounding food is bursting with information.

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of the wildest superstitions ever check out these 25 strangest superstitions from around the world. Some people believe hanging a horseshoe in the bedroom or on a door knob with its ends pointing upwards will bring good luck and keep nightmares away.

So if you’re ready to learn about some of the wildest superstitions ever check out these 25 strangest superstitions from around the world. Last Updated on November 21, 2017. This belief comes from the fact that a horse shoe has seven holes, which is considered to be a lucky number. Also the fact that is made of iron can supposedly ward off evil spirits that may haunt you in your dreams. Friday the 13th has been a source of superstition ever since the 19th century.

Learn about these superstitions from around the world to stay away from bad luck. This superstition goes back to the belief that demons could hear the good wishes and consequently do their best to make them not come true

Learn about these superstitions from around the world to stay away from bad luck. This superstition goes back to the belief that demons could hear the good wishes and consequently do their best to make them not come true. But even when it’s midnight and you’re finally allowed to congratulate your German friends, party-related danger still lurks around the corner. This way, you’ll make sure that A) there’s no poison in your drink, the origin of this superstition, and B) your love life won’t be ruined for the next 7 years.

Organized by different food groups, this humorous volume relates numerous beliefs and superstitions attributed to foods, the origins of these superstitions, and carryover practices found today.