Vol. 11 No. 5 - Just David
65th issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features Just David by Eleanor H. Porter. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Eleanor H. Porter, Just David, Magazine & Nancy Young
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Soups, pate, and other treats made from the bounty of a late summer garden. Recipes include: Jill's Summer Garden Soup, Cream of Surplus Soup, Mrs. Holly's Tasto Cookies, Amati Tastos, Stradivarius Tastos, Summer Berry Soup, Pot-Boilers Pate, and Gardener's Mayonnaise.
This two-part installment of the Bookshelf features a biographical sketch of Eleanor Porter, with insights into her approach to writing. The other part, by Elspeth, briefly recounts the inspiring achievements of Antonio Stradivari as well as the four generations of the Amati family, who are generally credited with developing the modern violin.
Leornian Feldham was one of the most influential people in Seymore Wainscott's life. In this letter to Merrinand, Seymore speaks movingly about Leornian's character, particularly in terms of the treachery of Shifton Snachitt, who robbed Leornian of his livelihood. "Success," wrote Seymore, "is not the trappings, but the doing and the being that prosper within the individual." Seymore also gives a detailed account of his own contribution to balloon flight, as well as important insights into the relationship between his parents and his soon-to-be in-laws -- Leornian and Coca Feldham.
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By Al R. Young The Just David issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - I Love Beautiful Things (4 pages)Hearth - A Sky-Like Canopy Of Blue (1 page)Kitchen - Pot-Boiling (4 pages)Music - The Beautiful World He Left (1 page)Garden - In Tantalizing Mystery (4 pages)Workshops - A Very Princess Indeed (2 pages)Bookshelf - Eleanor H. Porter (1 page)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (1 page)Garret - A Partnership For Life (5 pages)Just David is the 71st issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »
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In Just David by Eleanor H. Porter, David is no ordinary boy. Orphaned and wandering, he falls asleep in the barn of a farm to which his travel takes him. The farmer and his wife, bereft of their own son, take David in and raise him. The adjustment on both sides supplies much of the tension in the narrative, and a good bit of humor. David's talents and disposition also set him apart from his new-found home and from the community as a whole... Read more »
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