Groovy Freedom has never played a video game, tasted a Big Mac or used a computer. All her life, she has wandered around her northern California commune and been homeschooled by her Uncle Weed. But after Weed injures himself and has to go into the hospital for surgery, Groovy must move in with a social worker and her handsome, temperamental adolescent son. Groovy must also attend the local public school. While she knows plenty about Diggers, Deadheads and bellbottoms, she knows less than zero about daily survival at an American middle school. Almost from the morning bell, Groovy's headband and tie-dye T-shirt make her an easy target for the bullies at Francis Minut Middle School (nicknamed F Minus by its students). Groovy meditates at her locker and does yoga in front of the school. As soon as Heather Marcus, Queen of F Minus, checks her out, Heather wants to introduce the newcomer to life at their school: The biggest misfit is forced to run for student-body president...and wins. Will Groovy turn out to be F Minus's best president ever, or will she just become the school's newest joke?
This is the black and white paperback version of Thrifty Cook Main Meals for those who want a paperback, rather than a Kindle, but don't want to pay extra for the full colour version. The book has easy to follow instructions and contains a month's worth of healthy, hearty, recipes. Thrifty Cook Main Meals contains both meat and vegetarian dishes and includes recipes for using up leftovers. Measurements are in imperial, metric and US cups. The list of ingredients for each recipe is kept as short as possible and all the recipes have been tried and tested thoroughly. The book explains how to use cheap, quality, easy to source ingredients and transform them into delicious meals. Cooking terms and ingredient names commonly used in the US are included.
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