- Guinea Pig for Breakfast
- A Rich Tapestry of Life and Love, Tragedy and Hope in Ecuador
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- Guinea Pig for Breakfast - A Rich Tapestry of Tragedy, Hope and Love in Ecuador by Andrea Gardiner
Guinea Pig for Breakfast
Join her as she goes on her adventures; discovering iguana eggs, visiting Indians, helping little boys go to school, housing, food and cutoms in a different country. There is never a dull moment in these lively tales which are particularly suited for 4 — 8 year olds. Children will learn about life in a different country, and the ways in which charities can help the poor. Read these magical tales aloud at home, school or Sunday school and enjoy them together. Suitable for K-2, KS1, 4 - 8 year olds. Fancy trying something new and different? Want to learn more about another culture?
This collection of tasty recipes from Ecuador is guaranteed to wet your appetite and widen your experience. And if you have ever wondered how the Andrean people cook guinea pig This fascinating personal memoir, told from the perspective of a missionary doctor in Ecuador, explores what it means to love every day fully, to love those around you, and to embrace the trials life throws at you.
Andrea Gardiner once thought it was normal to expect a long, healthy, pain-free life. Finding herself in a poverty-stricken country where, suddenly, life is far from easy and individuals must learn to love God in spite of their suffering, she begins an intriguing journey. It is one that will leave you challenged and inspired. Woven throughout, Andrea honestly shares her own questions and struggles as she brings up her daughters in a culture very different to that of her birth.
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