Watermelon

Author: Julie Murray
Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company
ISBN: 1617865893
Size: 32.59 MB
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Guess. What? ...Watermelons are made up of more than 90 percent water. ...Early
explorers used watermelons to store and carry drinking water. ...China grows the
most watermelons in the world. The United States is the fourthleading producer ...
Watermelon is native to Africa. In fact, the first watermelon. Watermelons are
grown on every of watermelon. continent except Antarctica. Watermelon plants
start from watermelon seeds. 12 Guess What?

Watermelon

Author: Marian Keyes
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1405935138
Size: 54.90 MB
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. . Watermelon, Marian Keyes's very first novel, tells the extremely funny and wonderfully touching tale of a woman who thought she had it all - until the day she discovers that it's all gone . . .

Watermelon Magic

Author: Wally Amos
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451650353
Size: 35.23 MB
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Watermelon Magic is talk from the soul using watermelons as a metaphor for life. Watermelons symbolize the slurpy happiness of life for Wally Amos (formerly known as “Famous Amos”).

Watermelon Seeds

Author: David Thomasson
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450295509
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT John Igo of San Antonio College, was a noted poet (he published 12 books on poetry), was an Emmy Award winner, had a San Antonio Library Branch named after him, has been called “a literary treasure of San Antonio College ...

A Yellow Watermelon

Author: Ted M. Dunagan
Publisher: NewSouth Books
ISBN: 1588383016
Size: 15.59 MB
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... some hot peppers from the prison garden, had 'em ground up real fine. When I
changed out of dem prison clothes, I left 'em in a pile filled wid hot pepper. From
my hiding place I seed 'em start ripping dem old clothes up, den dey started
snorting, sneezing, and rubbing dey noses wid dey paws. Dat pepper killed dere
sense of smell. A little ways farther I heard dat train whistle blow and I knew I wuz
gon' make it.” We sat for a long time, neither of us saying 154 A Yellow
Watermelon.