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Vol. 5 No. 5 of The Storybook Home Journal
The Story of King Arthur and His Knights
What's in this issue?
Alive With Joy And Beauty the Decorating article
Ideas for a living room remodel inspired by the arts and crafts movement.
Global History the Hearth article
Ideas for creating a world globe featuring family history. Includes a calligraphy alphabet for use on the Old World style globe and instructions for an antique finish using acrylic paint.
As A Royal Knight the Kitchen article
Recipes for homemade soft curd cheese, 6 types of flavored honey, and manchet bread dough for shaping into bread loaves or sweet foccacia. Includes instructions for creating a dragon shape from bread dough.
Very Well Content For To Listen the Music article
Sheet music for a Excalibur. Includes soprano and alto lines with guitar chords.
In The Valley Of Delights the Garden article
Suggestions for adding Medieval-style beauty and enjoyment to the home garden. Includes recipe for herb tea.
Such Magic the Workshop article
Create an elegant window casement from wood.
Howard Pyle the Bookshelf article
A biographical sketch of Howard Pyle. Lists titles in his series about King Arthur, as well a list of other works. Includes two of Pyle's illustrations.
Happily Ever After the Lead article
Presents a lighthearted yet seriously intended perspective on the difference between myths and legends, particularly as the distinction pertains to the Arthurian legend.
Living Richly Without Being Rich the Attic article
Props from Medieval films or plays, stained glass, adding a Medieval touch for a boy's bedroom, and leather gauntlet gloves.
The Indispensable Part the Writer's Garret article
This essay emphasizes the importance of making the most of each day, exploring possibilities in the unexpected, and searching for something other than blame.
Howard Pyle's magical tale, The Story of King Arthur and His Knights was written in 1903. It is a compelling, artful, and poetic telling of the Arthurian Legend. Arthur's courage and good will, Merlin's wit and sagacity, and the valor of the knights of the Round Table are captured in this beautifully written (and illustrated) work. The Story of King Arthur and His Knights by Howard Pyle is featured in Vol 5 No 5 of The Storybook Home Journal... Read more »
By Al R. Young The The Story of King Arthur and His Knights issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Alive With Joy And Beauty (1 page)Hearth - Global History (2 pages)Kitchen - As A Royal Knight (2 pages)Music - Very Well Content For To Listen (3 pages)Garden - In The Valley Of Delights (2 pages)Workshops - Such Magic (2 pages)Bookshelf - Howard Pyle (3 pages)Lead - Happily Ever After (3 pages)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (2 pages)Garret - The Indispensable Part (2 pages)The Story of King Arthur and His Knights is the 35th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »