Reading with a Side of…

Hi All! It’s Becky. I grew up in the 90s, and one of my favorite movie franchises was The Mighty Ducks. I have eagerly been watching the episodes of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. Here is a list of recipes and books that will get you in the 90s mood in time for the next Mighty Ducks episode.    

Cheeseburger Pocket from Taste of Home

Pizza Rolls from Moms dish

Chocolate Lava Cake from Sally’s Baking Addiction

“Meanwhile, tried making a Molten Chocolate Lava Cake. Attempt failed haha. But craving satisfied haha.” by raramaurina is licensed under CC BY 2.0

The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed

In 1992 Los Angeles, Ashley Bennett has lived her whole life in a wealthy suburb as one of the only African Americans in her elite school. Ashley has never really thought about how she is different from her white friends. However, after the police officers who beat Rodney King are exonerated, and people take to the street of Los Angeles in riots, Ashley begins to question her role at her fancy school and with her privileged friends.

Chasing Love by Kayla Tirrell

Nicole Andrews has always liked being on the outside of the crowd, but everything changes after a chance encounter with Chase Saunders. Chase, a former classmate of Nicole’s, convinces her to try out for the cross country team. Nicole makes the team, and she and Chase grow closer but Nicole is also noticed by cross country star Neal. Can Nicole navigate her possible love life and her new role in high school?

Fireworks by Katie Cotugno

Dana doesn’t have any plans after high school. Dana knows she’s not going to college. Her best friend, Olivia, is going to be a star. Olivia has plans to go to college and be a star. But everyone’s plans change when Dana tags along to one of Olivia’s auditions, and they both get cast in Daisy Chain, a new all-girl pop group that may be Dana’s ticket out of her small town. Do they have what it takes to become stars, or will they fail and lose their friendship in the process?

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