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Home made : a story of grief, groceries, showing up--and what we make when we make dinner / Liz Hauck.

Hauck, Liz, (author.).

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North Kansas City Public Library 362.7483 HAUCK 2021 (Text) 0001002455580 Nonfiction New Available -

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"Liz Hauck and her dad had a plan to start a weekly cooking program in a residential home for teen-aged boys in state care, which was run by the human services agency he co-directed. When her father died unexpectedly after a brief illness, Liz decided to attempt the cooking project without him. She didn't know what to expect volunteering with court-involved youth, but as a high school teacher she knew that teenagers are drawn to food-related activities, and as a daughter, she believed that if she and the kids made even a single dinner together she could check one box off of her father's long, unfinished to-do list. This is the story of what happened around the table, and how one dinner became one hundred dinners"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Hauck, Liz.
High school teachers > Biography.
Group homes > Food service.
Fathers and daughters.
Juvenile delinquents > Services for.
Juvenile delinquents > Rehabilitation.
Genre: Autobiographies.
Biographies.

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