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  • Title: Mary Poppins in the Kitchen: A Cookery Book with a Story
  • Author: P.L. Travers Mary Shepard
  • ISBN: 9780152060800
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Mary Poppins in the Kitchen: A Cookery Book with a Story By P.L. Travers Mary Shepard Get a unique glimpse at the famous Poppins cast as the spit spot English nanny and the Banks children take over the kitchen for a week With the help of familiar visitors like the Bird Woman, Admiral Boom, and Mr and Mrs Turvy, Mary Poppins teaches her irrepressible young charges the basics of cooking, from A to Z And young readers can re create the week s menus by follGet a unique glimpse at the famous Poppins cast as the spit spot English nanny and the Banks children take over the kitchen for a week With the help of familiar visitors like the Bird Woman, Admiral Boom, and Mr and Mrs Turvy, Mary Poppins teaches her irrepressible young charges the basics of cooking, from A to Z And young readers can re create the week s menus by following the thirty different recipes Kitchen adventures were never so much fun In full color for the first time, this enchanting new edition will delight both old and new fans of the inimitable Mary Poppins.
    P.L. Travers Mary Shepard
    Pamela Lyndon Travers was an Australian novelist, actress and journalist, popularly remembered for her series of children s novels about mystical nanny Mary Poppins.She was born to bank manager Travers Robert Goff and Margaret Agnes Her father died when she was seven, and although epileptic seizure delirium was given as the cause of death, Travers herself always believed the underlying cause was sustained, heavy drinking.Travers began to publish her poems while still a teenager and wrote for The Bulletin and Triad while also gaining a reputation as an actress She toured Australia and New Zealand with a Shakespearean touring company before leaving for England in 1924 There she dedicated herself to writing under the pen name P L Travers.In 1925 while in Ireland, Travers met the poet George William Russell who, as editor of The Irish Statesman, accepted some of her poems for publication Through Russell, Travers met William Butler Yeats and other Irish poets who fostered her interest in and knowledge of world mythology Later, the mystic Gurdjieff would have a great effect on her, as would also have on several other literary figures.The 1934 publication of Mary Poppins was Travers first literary success.Five sequels followed, as well as a collection of other novels, poetry collections and works of non fiction.The Disney musical adaptation was released in 1964 Primarily based on the first novel in what was then a sequence of four books, it also lifted elements from the sequel Mary Poppins Comes Back Although Travers was an adviser to the production she disapproved of the dilution of the harsher aspects of Mary Poppins s character, felt ambivalent about the music and disliked the use of animation to such an extent that she ruled out any further adaptations of the later Mary Poppins novels At the film s star studded premiere, she reportedly approached Disney and told him that the animated sequence had to go Disney responded by saying Pamela, the ship has sailed and walked away Travers would never again agree to another Poppins Disney adaptation, though Disney made several attempts to persuade her to change her mind.So fervent was Travers dislike of the Walt Disney adaptation and the way she felt she had been treated during the production, that well into her 90s, when she was approached by producer Cameron Mackintosh to do the stage musical, she only acquiesced upon the condition that only English born writers and specifically no Americans and no one from the film production were to be directly involved with the creative process of the stage musical This specifically excluded the Sherman Brothers from writing additional songs for the production even though they were still very prolific Original songs and other aspects from the 1964 film were allowed to be incorporated into the production however These points were stipulated in her last will and testament.Travers was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1977 She died in London in 1996.Although Travers never married, she adopted a boy when she was in her late 30s.

    Mary Poppins in the Kitchen: A Cookery Book with a Story By P.L. Travers Mary Shepard

    Commentaires:

    Bettie☯
    Celebrity Death Match Review Mary Yes, Mary Whilst you were out helping the sweeps, a note was passed under the door the contents of which are quite remarkable Who is it from, Mary dear Mrs spit Beeton Let me have a look Dear Ms PoppinsKnowing that you are an avid reader, I am sure you have already noticed that I have been called upon to look after a recently orphaned little Walter de la Mare character Page 52 of Memoirs of a Midget For the charge of thirty shillings a week Mrs B has consented t [...]

    Ivonne Rovira
    P.L Travers, who penned Mary Poppins and its various sequels, published this wonderful cookbook in the 1970s Beloved characters from the Mary Poppins books, from Mr and Mrs Turvy to the lady who sells birdseed at St Paul s to Admiral Boom to Mrs Corry and her daughters and many , reappear to populate the story that introduces the recipes, which are listed alphabetically at the end.The story is a delight, and you ll find yourself scribbling down recipes to save for later if you borrowed this book [...]

    Ahmad Sharabiani
    Mary Poppins in the Kitchen A Cookery Book with a Story Mary Poppins 8 , P.L Travers, Mary Shepard Illustrator

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    4.5 stars To be honest I only skimmed through the recipes since I won t be doing them any time soon, but I gathered they are child friendly and so easy that I child can help you with it and feel accomplished in the end I really enjoyed the week The Banks children spent cooking with Mary Poppins and I felt it was like a christmas special for a TV Show and with that I have officially finished the Mary Poppins Series PEACE OUT

    Tabitha
    Most of the meals sound mediocre, but the story is adorable and the illustrations are some of my favorite out of all the books I ve thoroughly enjoyed reading this series over the summer.

    Alana
    The food descriptions made me positively hungry I was ready to whip up some of the concoctions that would normally sound very beyond my skill souffle, anyone Fun story with yummy sounding recipes, it s enough to make one drool

    Daphne Kim
    I admit that I did not read through all of the recipes But, Donna will pick one recipe to try It s a cute idea and fun to revisit some of the well known characters from the books But, it didn t have the same magic as the first books.

    Donna Zigmont
    very entertaining for any age recipes sound real good too.

    Kara
    Both a cookbook and a storybook, it does a great job of covering the basics for young cooks, starting right off with the most important parts one wash your hands two hot stoves and sharp knives are only to be used under adult supervision Not bad for a series written when heavy opiates where still available as over the counter children s cough syrup The book cover s a week s worth of dinners, with an eye to practicality one meal uses the leftovers from the previous one, as well as a buildup in di [...]

    Victoria
    An adorable addition to the Mary Poppins collection This story combines several characters from previous books with a story and a clever recipe book all rolled into one A must for anyone who loves Mary Poppins and cooking.The story is about Mr and Mrs Banks having to go on a trip right when their cook has an emergency and must leave Mary Poppins, being perfectly perfect in every way takes over cooking the evening meals for herself and the children Each short chapter has the menu for the supper t [...]

    Kimberly
    This was kind of interesting concept for a kids book It had a short story in the front about 35 pages long about how the parents go out of town when the cook is on vacation so Mary and the kids have to do the cooking for a week It gives the menu of what they eat each day and then the rest of the book is the recipes and other recipes from the time I didn t end up trying any of them but that seemed like a fun thing to do with your child after reading the book.

    Janene
    Because I was on a roll, because I love to cook, I thought this would be fun I will say, it has a lot going for it that the others do not Colorful illustrations are a refreshing change, it is split into seven days of the week and the adventures in the kitchen with Mary Poppins and the children Then in the back there is an A to Z recipe list of the dishes beverages goodies they made, so you can try them for yourself.I liked it

    Robert
    A thin volume stitching together a week s worth of menus based on and inspired by the Mary Poppins tales The short story introduction is for structure and an excuse for character cameos than for entertainment but the recipes themselves are interesting and I look forward to trying several of them.

    Amber the Human
    Part of my P.L Travers reading This book doesn t have much of a story to it But it is good for old fashioned recipes and a very good recipe for honey and bananas The only thing I made from the book, but it was darn good.

    Alicia
    Read this so I could say I read all 8 Mary Poppins books We didn t read this one aloud together reading a recipe book aloud sounds very monotonous but Josh read this on his own before I did, and we copied down some recipes bananas with honey salad dressing dumplings to try later.

    Teri Reck
    Very gimmicky book A cookery book with a storyexcept not really much of a story For someone who didn t care for Disney s commercialism, this book reads like something she just threw together to market another Mary Poppins book without actually writing another book.

    Catrina
    Reading the original Mary Poppins made me realize I had read this as a kid over and over again I always wanted to make the Welsh rarebit but my mom wouldn t let me I have to find this book now.

    Whitney Carlisle
    I loved it, though I have not tried the recipes yet.

    Jenny
    Fun British recipes not much in the way of story.

    Daniel
    The Banks are away, and it s up to Jane and Micheal to cook

    Pamela Saylor
    It goes to show that when you re in a bind that friends and family are there to help you through it

    Elizabeth
    used this to make dessert for book club when we read Practically Perfect In Every Way ha ha, get it I love cookbooks that pull foods out of regular books stories

    Tinae Goodell
    Yep, a cute story Fun to read.

    LibraryDanielle
    the story was a bit pointless, and mary is quite the snob, but interesting.

    Jes
    Very cute We got a copy in at work so I snagged it to read I enjoyed the way Mary seemed tamer, ready to tackle the task at hand but not denying the magic.

    Cyndi
    Wonderful recipes

    Beka
    A week of kitchen adventures with Mary Poppins.

    Carolyn
    Not much of a Poppins book, nor a cookbook.

    Joel
    Practically perfect in every way

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