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                                                                                    Granny’s
                                                                                Cranberry Sauce
                                                                                        by Bronwyn Evans




  Genre     Build Background   Access Content   Extend Language

Realistic   • Family           • Labels in      • Adjectives for
Fiction       Traditions         Pictures         Foods
            • Holiday Foods    • Dialogue
            • Culture



Scott Foresman Reading Street 1.4.4




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                                                    ISBN 0-328-14118-6

                                                                                  Illustrated by Maribel Suarez
Talk About It

      Granny’s
1. What holidays or special times does your
   family celebrate?
   Cranberry Sauce
2. What special foods does your family make for
   holidays and celebrations?
        by Bronwyn Evans
Write About It
3. On a separate sheet of paper, draw a picture
   of foods you eat at special meals. Write
   their names.


Extend Language
Cranberry sauce is red. Pie is sweet. Lemons are
sour. Some foods are warm, and others are cold.
What words can you use to talk about food?




ISBN: 0-328-14118-6
             Illustrated by Maribel Suarez
Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc.

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             turkey
                                                                      pies




    It is Thanksgiving Day.                  “What are you doing?” asks Jasmine.
    The turkey is hot and brown.             “We are making cranberry sauce,”
    The pies are sweet and spicy.            says Granny.
    Mother and Granny go into the kitchen.   “May I watch?” asks Jasmine.
    They will make something special!        “Yes,” says Granny, “I will teach you
                                             how to make my special sauce.”

2                                                                                    3
           pan




                                                                     cranberries



    Mother says, “When I was little, Granny   Jasmine touches a little red berry.
    let me help her cook. That is how I       “This is a cranberry,” Granny tells her.
    learned to cook.”                         “May I taste it?” asks Jasmine.
    Jasmine says, “Now I will learn how       “Not yet,” answers Granny.
    to cook!”                                 “Cranberries are very sour!”



4                                                                                        5
                                             stove




             sugar



             water



    “Let’s make them sweet,” says Mother.    Granny puts the pan on the stove.
    Granny pours the berries into a pan.     “Listen to the cranberries,” says Granny.
    “Now add sugar,” Mother says.            The hot berries pop and bubble.
    Jasmine puts sugar on the cranberries.   Jasmine laughs!
    “Now add water,” says Granny.            “The cranberries are singing!” she says.



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                                                   Talk About It
                                                   1. What holidays or special times does your
                                                      family celebrate?
                                                   2. What special foods does your family make for
                                                      holidays and celebrations?


                                                   Write About It
                                                   3. On a separate sheet of paper, draw a picture
                                                      of foods you eat at special meals. Write
                                                      their names.

    cranberry sauce
                                                   Extend Language
                                                   Cranberry sauce is red. Pie is sweet. Lemons are
                                                   sour. Some foods are warm, and others are cold.
                                                   What words can you use to talk about food?




    The cranberry sauce is made.
    “This Thanksgiving is special,” says Granny.   ISBN: 0-328-14118-6

    “Jasmine learned to make cranberry             Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc.


    sauce!”                                        All Rights Reserved. Printed in the United States of America.

                                                   This publication is protected by Copyright, and permission should be obtained from the
    “You are special, Granny,” says Jasmine.       publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission
                                                   in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or likewise.
                                                   For information regarding permission(s), write to: Permissions Department, Scott Foresman,
                                                   1900 East Lake Avenue, Glenview, Illinois 60025.

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