The Mary Frances Cook Book

Jane Eayre FRYER (1876 - ?)

Another of the charming Mary Frances books, this one 'Among the Kitchen People', where young girls are encouraged to be mother's helper's in the kitchen, as Mary Frances wants nothing more than to be useful. She learns (and shares) how to make tea, toast and boiled eggs, among other things, as she enjoys adventures with her many friends, including Mantel Clock, Auntie Rolling Pin and Yellow Bowl. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

Genre(s): Children's Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Kitchen People Lynne T
00:04:14
Play 02 Toaster Man Lynne T
00:12:14
Play 03 Mary Frances' Mother joywolfe
00:03:38
Play 04 Mary Frances Warns the Kitchen Folks Indu Nair
00:03:09
Play 05 Aunt Maria Chuck Williamson
00:04:31
Play 06 Jacket-boiled Potatoes Chuck Williamson
00:10:12
Play 07 The Pot-and-Kettle Fight nighthawks
00:07:28
Play 08 The Potato Lunch BettyB
00:09:13
Play 09 Mary Frances Gets Breakfast Laura McKinney
00:08:57
Play 10 The Breakfast Burns Up BettyB
00:04:40
Play 11 A Joke on Aunt Maria BettyB
00:04:02
Play 12 The Tramp BettyB
00:07:19
Play 13 Company to Lunch nighthawks
00:10:57
Play 14 A Patent Dish-washing nighthawks
00:04:12
Play 15 Thimble Biscuits nighthawks
00:13:26
Play 16 The Dolls' Kitchen Party mpcarlisle
00:04:31
Play 17 The Sick Neighbor BettyB
00:06:47
Play 18 A Man's Lunch mpcarlisle
00:09:01
Play 19 Poor Blue Pitcher mpcarlisle
00:04:21
Play 20 Mary Frances Gives a Cooking Lesson Mari Patterson
00:05:42
Play 21 The Picnic BettyB
00:04:07
Play 22 The Candy Pull BettyB
00:05:22
Play 23 Getting Ready for a Party BettyB
00:09:33
Play 24 The Tea Party BettyB
00:04:40
Play 25 Mary Frances Gets Dinner BettyB
00:13:31
Play 26 Mother's Surprise. "Good-Bye, Little Miss" BettyB
00:02:51