Waffles for Sharks
Pancakes, called hotcakes, griddle cakes or flapjacks, contain eggs, butter and milk, as do waffles. Waffles of the world go by one name, the same as sharks.
Meet stingays of the shark family in The Amazing Flight of Little Ray. The shape of these fish gets them called pancake shark, flat shark and pancake stingray.
Combine The Essence
Like pancakes and waffles, rays and sharks are combinations of the same components, substances and elements. Textures and shapes distinguish them.
Terry Verduin wrote 20 children’s stories. Award-winning Australian author Graeme Lofts was the final editor. Several titles were self-published under the V. R. Duin pen name. Allied websites about subjects of human interest rank highly in search engine result pages. Transfer to growth-oriented achievers is the best hope for perpetuation of this Web and literary content. Waffles for Sharks gives context for partnerships and events involving food industry, education and wildlife conservation. It is a natural fit with Little Ray’s high-ranking platform.
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Little Ray Children’s Books include three self-published titles, “The Amazing Flight of Little Ray”, “Little Ray & Shark Patch Things Up” and “The Foxy Armadillos”. Descriptions and reader reviews are on Amazon. Ignore the naughty rerouting tactic top-and-center on the V. R. Duin page. This sales channel tries to avoid printing individual books for its authors.