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WORD LIST FOR PUZZLE


Mangroves

Butterfly fish

Lagoons

Sharks

Jeddah

Electric rays

Islands

Sponges

Storms

Beaches

Red Sea

Port Sudan

Coral reefs

Suez

Ibex

Shipwrecks

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Ancient ports

Sea slugs

Glassfish

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Snowflake morays

Lionfish

Farhad and the Shark

A hot wind blew across the sea, causing choppy little waves along the surface of the water. Grains of beige sand blew up from the beach into the air, and then dropped suddenly into the water, sinking down to the bottom.

Farhad stuck his head out from between two rocks. The moray eel gazed up topside, and noticed little whitecaps dancing about on the surface. Before he left the safety of the rocks, he looked around to make sure no sharks were swimming by. Satisfied that he was safe, he swam out into the open sea. He loved the feel of freedom and space and how the water felt as it glided along his long, smooth body.

After just a few minutes he came upon a sunken ship. It was broken into a few pieces. Farhad thought, "Hmmm. This ship must have been sunk during one of the fierce storms up on top." Curious, he swam into the broken hull. It was dark inside, but he could still see everything clearly. Barnacles were plastered to everything, their hard black shells coating the rotting wood like icing on a cake. Several sponges grew from the hull, their bright orange casings adding a bit of color to the dullness of the wreck.

As Farhad swam past a large crack in the ship, out of the corner of his eye he spotted a shark. "Oh no!" he gurgled. "A shark! How will I get back to my rocks?" he wondered. He swam closer to the wooden hole and peered out. The huge gray shark was darting through the water, its tail swishing back and forth to propel it. Its eyes were as black as the oil. Farhad watched intently as the shark went by, and then he slid back inside the hidden recesses of the sunken ship.

"What will I do?" he questioned himself. He swam back over to the hole hed come in through and looked at the rocks where he usually hid. "Can I make it back to them safely?" he wondered. He decided he would try. He stuck his head out of the hole and was just about to swim back when the shark came around to his side of the ship. Quickly Farhad pulled himself back in and hid. The shark swam closer and closer to the opening and Farhad was beginning to be very afraid. What if the shark came inside? What if it was hungry? "Oh no!" he cried out, sending little bubbles of air to the surface.

He peeked out again. The shark was nowhere to be seen, but Farhad could see a lionfish off in the distance. It was swimming along, unaware of the sharks presence. Farhad watched in terror as the shark came around to his side of the ship again and headed for the lionfish. But, it swam right past it. It didnt eat it or even pay any notice to it. Soon the lionfish swam off.

Another fish came swimming by, very close to the sunken ship. It was a butterfly fish. It was beautiful, bright yellow with red spots on it. Farhad wondered if the shark would eat it, but when it came swimming past, it went right by the fish, without even a glance.

Seeing this, Farhad hoped that the shark wouldnt bother him if he tried to swim back to his rocks, so he slithered out of the wreck as the shark went around to the other side of the ship. He wiggled his body back and forth, going as quickly as he could towards his pile of rocks. He was about half way there when he felt a rippling of the water behind him. He turned around and there was the huge shark, bearing down on him quickly with his mouth wide open. "HELP!" Farhad screamed and swam as fast as he could. The shark got closer and closer. In fact it was so near that when Farhad turned to look at it, he could see all the rows of sharp, jagged teeth in its mouth. Terrified, he swam as fast as he could and made it to the safety of the rocks just as the shark snapped its jaw down, catching a piece of the rock in its teeth.

Farhad hid there, his heart beating rapidly with fear. He breathed quickly thru his gills and watched as the shark swam around and around his rock.

After a while he didnt see the shark anymore, so he poked his head out. The shark was gone. Farhad, the eel, was safe once more. From then on, though, he stayed right near his pile of rocks, deciding that he didnt need to go exploring any further than the few feet around him!

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Red Sea Recipes

Snowflake Moray Eel Cookies

c. peanut butter

c. powdered milk

c. honey

1 T. cocoa

t. vanilla

c. nuts

c. raisins

Combine the peanut butter and powdered milk. Blend in rest of ingredients. Divide into 2" balls. Roll each ball into an eel shape. Using peanut butter as glue, add 2 miniature M&Ms for eyes. Place on a waxed paper lined cookie sheet. Chill in refrigerator until ready to eat your eels.

Eel Egg Omelet

Crack six eggs into a bowl, being careful not to get any shell in it. Beat with a fork until yolk and white are fully blended. Add about t. cardamom, t. coriander, salt and pepper. Stir. Pour into a frying pan and let cook over low heat until done. Serve inside pita bread. Top with a little olive oil and cumin, and a squirt of lemon.

Sponge Surprise

2 c. flour

c. sugar

1 T. baking soda

t. baking powder

t. salt

2 t. ginger

1 t. cinnamon

t. cloves

c. softened margarine

c. water

c. molasses

Have your mother sterilize 5 Ball Quilted Crystal #14400-81400 jam and jelly jars. Grease the inside of each with shortening. Dont use butter or spray cooking oil. Set aside.

In a bowl mix flour, sugar, soda, powder, salt, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves. Stir in margarine, water and molasses. Pour into jars equally.

Put the jars on a cookie sheet and bake in a preheated 325 oven for 30-35 minutes. Do not over bake. When you take it right out of the oven, place the lid and ring on the jar and allow it to cool. Decorate the lids with pictures of fish and other sea life. Give as gifts to your friends.

Sea Slugs

2 bananas

Honey

Butter

Melt the butter in a frying pan. Slice the two bananas (sea slugs) in half lengthwise. Place them in the pan, flat side down. Pour a strip of honey on the topside of each half. Cook just one minute on each side.

Shipwreck Treasure

One 6 oz. can ham, drained and flaked

1 t. instant minced onion

1 t. poppy seed

2 T. butter, softened

2 t. mustard

One 10 oz. can refrigerator biscuits

Five 4X4 Swiss cheese slices

Combine first 5 ingredients and set aside about 1/3 c. Separate dough into ten biscuits. Press 5 biscuits into 3 one half inch circles on ungreased cookie sheet. Spoon c. meat mixture onto each flattened biscuit. Fold cheese slices into quarters and press onto meat mixture. Spoon remaining meat mixture over cheese. Press remaining 5 biscuits into 4" circles and stretch over meat mixture. Do not seal edges. Sprinkle tops with poppy seed. Bake 375 for 10 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Enjoy your treasures.

Shark Pudding

c. sugar

1 T. unflavored gelatin

1 c. lemon juice

1 T. grated lemon rind

2 egg whites

Mix together, gelatin, sugar, and water in saucepan. Stir constantly and bring to boil. Blend in lemon juice and rind. Place pan in cold water and cool until mixture mounds when dropped from the spoon. Beat egg white till stiff. Slowly blend gelatin mixture into beaten egg whites. After blending, spoon into desert dishes and chill until firm.

Red Sea Rice

3 c. cooked rice

c. seedless raisins

2 c. milk

c. honey

2 T. butter

1 t. grated lemon peel

1 T. lemon juice

Combine rice, raisins, milk, honey and butter in saucepan. Stir in lemon peel and juice. Bring to boil, reduce heat, and cook for 15 minutes, uncovered. Stir occasionally. Pour into bowl and eat.

Under The Sea Casserole

One 3/4lb. can shrimp, drained

One 1/2lb. can crab, drained

1 c. mayonnaise

1 c. celery, chopped

1 onion, chopped

1 green pepper, chopped

c. toasted breadcrumbs

Mix shrimp, crab, mayo, celery, onion and green pepper. Place in buttered casserole. Sprinkle breadcrumbs on top. Bake 350 for hour.

See also

Color Me Egypt, Just for Kids. Our children's section has stories by Margo Wayman as well as other activities.

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