Cookies and Crutches (Pee Wee Scouts, Book 1)

Cookies and Crutches (Pee Wee Scouts, Book 1)

Judy Delton

Language: English

Pages: 15

ISBN: B010DQTMF4

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Molly Duff watches the clock on the classroom wall--tick, tick, tick. Nearly three o'clock. Time for Pee Wee Scouts! Troop 23 runs out of the classroom and down the stairs--clop, clop, clop.

Tuesday is their meeting day. Molly can't wait. Today Mrs. Peters, their troop leader, will show them how to bake cookies to earn a cookie badage. And next week is the big Skating Party!

But Molly has never baked or skated before. A cookie badge or a skating badge. Will Molly earn a badge at all?

Age Level: 6 and up | Grade Level: 1 and up

Betrayed - The Legend of Oak Island

Revenge of the Horned Bunnies (Dragonbreath, Book 6)

Mutley (The Puppy Place, Book 20)

The Key to the Indian (The Indian in the Cupboard, Book 5)

Zipper (The Puppy Place, Book 34)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

running shoes. Everybody had some. Everybody but Molly. Molly’s mother said running shoes were not school shoes. “A hex on your running shoes,” said Molly, crossing her eyes. Molly said that when she was mad. It made her feel better. It scared some people. They thought she might really put a hex on them. But she couldn’t. A hex was not a real thing. The Scouts got on the school bus. They got off at Mrs. Peters’s house. Mrs. Peters was waiting at the door. “We’ll meet in the kitchen

CHAPTER 3 Root Beer to the Rescue When the cookies were done, Mrs. Peters gave one to each Scout. “Umm,” said Molly. “These are good cookies!” The cookies were warm and soft. The chocolate chips were melted and ran down the Scouts’ fingers. “See if you can make good cookies too,” said Mrs. Peters. “Be sure your mother is home. Be careful when you use the stove.” Mrs. Peters passed out papers. They were recipes for how to make the cookies. 3/4 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup white sugar

said. “We need something to make it thick.” Mary Beth looked in the cupboard. She reached for a package of something that had a brown picture on the box. “What does this say?” she asked. “Gravy mix,” read Molly. “That’s good! My mom uses it to make gravy thick when it’s too runny. So it would make this thick too.” Mary Beth dumped the box of gravy mix into the cookie dough. “Perfect!” said Molly. “It’s real thick now.” “Thick and brown!” said Mary Beth. “It looks like Mrs. Peters’s

said. “We need something to make it thick.” Mary Beth looked in the cupboard. She reached for a package of something that had a brown picture on the box. “What does this say?” she asked. “Gravy mix,” read Molly. “That’s good! My mom uses it to make gravy thick when it’s too runny. So it would make this thick too.” Mary Beth dumped the box of gravy mix into the cookie dough. “Perfect!” said Molly. “It’s real thick now.” “Thick and brown!” said Mary Beth. “It looks like Mrs. Peters’s

They could not even eat the cookies. “I better go home,” said Molly, getting her coat on. “Take your half of the cookies,” said Mary Beth. “No thanks!” cried Molly. “There’s a hex on those cookies, and I didn’t put it there!” CHAPTER 5 Cookie Badges On Tuesday almost everyone brought a cookie to the meeting. Some looked like submarines. Some looked like brown buttons. Some looked like dog chewies. But none looked like chocolate chip cookies. “Today we will try again,” said

Download sample

Download