Katie Lynn is thrilled to be a flower girl at her grandmother's wedding. Unfortunately the florists have forgotten to send a bouquet and there's no food for the guests. Katie Lynn rustles up some cookies and solves all the day's problems in true style.The arrival of loads of relatives for Grandma's wedding threatens to ruin Katie Lynn's cookie company.
Katie Lynn is thrilled to be a flower girl in Grandma’s wedding. But what she doesn’t count on is a houseful of hungry relatives and a forgetful florist who leaves the bride without a bouquet! Can Katie Lynn whip up some solutions to save Grandma’s wedding? Of course she can–it just takes a little creative cooking!Katie Lynn is thrilled to be a flower girl in Grandma's wedding. But what she doesn't count on is a houseful of hungry relatives and a forgetful florist who leaves the bride without a bouquet! Can Katie Lynn whip up some solutions to save Grandma's wedding? Of course she can -- it just takes a little creative cooking!
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George Edward Stanley was born in Memphis, Texas on July 15, 1942. He received a bachelor's degree in 1965 and a master's degree in 1967 from Texas Tech University. He earned his Doctor Litterarum in African Linguistics in 1974 from the University of Port Elizabeth in South Africa. He lived all over Europe and Africa, studying and teaching foreign languages, working for the U.S. government, and writing books for young people and adults. He started writing fiction while a Fulbright professor in Chad, Central Africa, where about the only diversion he found available was listening to the BBC on his short wave radio. That led to his writing radio plays for a program called World Service Short Story. Three of his plays were eventually produced. After writing and publishing over 200 short stories in American, British, Irish, and South African magazines and linguistics articles in major international journals, he started writing books. He wrote over 100 fiction and non-fiction books for young people including The Katie Lynn Cookie Company series and the Adam Sharp series. He also wrote under the pseudonyms of M. T. Coffin, Franklin W. Dixon, Laura Lee Hope, Carolyn Keene, Adam Mills, and Stuart Symons. He was a professor of African and Middle-Eastern languages and linguistics in the department of foreign languages at Cameron University. He died from a ruptured aneurysm on February 7, 2011 at the age of 68.