Vol. 2 No. 3 - The Railway Children

Vol. 2 No. 3 - The Railway Children

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9th issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit. 16 pages. 49 black and white illustrations. 11 articles. 8.5 in. x 11 in. booklet. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Edith Nesbit, Magazine, Nancy Young & The Railway Children

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Vol. 2 No. 3 of The Storybook Home Journal

The Railway Children


What's in this issue?

Desks For Writing In Style the Decorating article

A writing desk dedicated to diaries, correspondence, watercolor, or other activities enhances a room and provides a workspace for pleasant avocation.

Handkerchiefs For Sending Love the Sewing Basket article

Patterns for two simple crochet edges.

How To Make Birthday Bun-nies the Kitchen article

Follow this step-by-step, illustrated procedure to create bread-bunny buns.

A Lyrical Visit To Three Chimneys the Music article

Lists British composers specializing in traditional folk tunes. Includes a sheet music arrangement of St. Patrick's Day for unaccompanied voice.

Creating A Dooryard Garden the Garden article

These suggestions for a dooryard flower garden. Includes a plant list and planting plan.

Making A Headboard-Settle the Workshop article

A settle made from a bed headboard includes a box seat with hinged lid for storage.

The Railway Children: Fortunate Magic the Lead article

The Railway Children is a book about resourcefulness, resilience, trust, and belief; all of which are requisite to overcoming hard things.

How To Frame Prints, part 2 the Studio article

Archival method for mounting an art print.

The House Itself the Writer's Garret article

The house is part of the family, profoundly influencing all within its reach.

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The Railway Children by E. Nesbit

By Al R. Young Reviewed by Nancy Young

In The Railway Children by E. Nesbit, an idyllic home life is shattered before the story hardly starts. An unspeakable dread befalls a family's loving father when he is spirited away from home and children in a cloak of secrecy. Adaptable, as children almost always are, they find delight in impoverished circumstances imposed on the family by the father's absence.
Living in an English country cottage not far from a railway station, the children befriend everyone with whom they come in contact in the little community... Read more »

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New Issue of the Storybook Home Shipped - The Railway Children

By Al R. Young The The Railway Children issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios.  This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Desks For Writing In Style (1 page)Sewing - Handkerchiefs For Sending Love (3 pages)Kitchen - How To Make Birthday Bun-nies (1 page)Music - A Lyrical Visit To Three Chimneys (2 pages)Garden - Creating A Dooryard Garden (1 page)Workshops - Making A Headboard-Settle (2 pages)Lead - The Railway Children: Fortunate Magic (1 page)Studio - How To Frame Prints, part 2 (1 page)Garret - The House Itself (4 pages)The Railway Children is the 15th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »

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