Vol. 6 No. 3 - Little Lord Fauntleroy

Vol. 6 No. 3 - Little Lord Fauntleroy

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33rd issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Full color issue containing 24 pages with 75 illustrations. 11 articles. 8.5 in. x 11 in. booklet. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Frances Hodgson Burnett, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Magazine & Nancy Young

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Vol. 6 No. 3 of The Storybook Home Journal

Little Lord Fauntleroy


What's in this issue?

The Beckoning View the Decorating article

Using windows to enhance the beauty of a room.

Transforming Grandfather the Hearth article

Using decorative painting and solving structural problems to remake a faux grandfather clock. Includes recipes for antiquing glazes, and how to apply them.

Breakfast in the Nursery the Kitchen article

Recipes for a phrase with sour cream sauce, ginger and treacle scones, porridge, and breakfast rolls. Includes bread shape instruction for a ram.

The Psalter the Music article

A brief history of 19th century hymnals and psalters.

A Natural Grace the Garden article

Discussion of the gardening technique of naturalizing using bulbs.

Diamond Paned Windows the Workshop article

Process for leading, soldering, and cementing leaded glass.

A Gentle Power To Lift the Lead article

Looking for the good in others, and speaking of it can change lives.

Love-Locks the Looking Glass article

Ideas and instructions for creating three Edwardian hairstyles with ringlets.

Living Richly Without Being Rich the Attic article

Egg decorating ideas using chalk, pastel, or crayon. Porringers. Neighborhood flower hunt. Wire egg basket.

[Serendipity] the Veranda article

Discovering The Storybook Home Journal, and sharing a love of good books.

The Great Fire the Writer's Garret article

Seymore Wainscott's biography of his father, part 2.

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The domesticated thistle

By Al R. Young If like most gardeners you prefer that the beauty of the Scottish thistle contain itself to the house, rather than inflict its thorny presence on the perennial border--you might wish to reopen the pages of the Little Lord Fauntleroy issue of The Storybook Home Journal (Vol.6 No.3) where Ashton, Elspeth and Al remade a forlorn thrift store Grandfather clock over into the fabulous treasure pictured here.

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Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett

By Al R. Young Reviewed by Nancy Young

Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett is the lovable story of an innocent, tender-hearted boy who goes from virtual poverty to the riches of English aristocracy without losing his innocence or his kindness. It is perhaps the least read of Frances Hodgson Burnett's famous triumvirate of children's stories, and yet it readily deserves as much attention as its sisters -- A Little Princess and The Secret Garden.
Burnett's world leans toward the feminine and is somewhat affected, but this is a splendid read-aloud book because those few cloying aspects (such as the many references to his lovelocks) can be quietly omitted by a quick-witted mother –- leaving the book warm and pertinent This is a truly feel-good tale of a young loving widow who trusts her young loving son to his curmudgeonly grandfather's keeping because she believes her Cedric (based on Burnett's own son) will do good with his wealth and position... Read more »

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By Al R. Young The Little Lord Fauntleroy issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios.  This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - The Beckoning View (1 page)Hearth - Transforming Grandfather (2 pages)Kitchen - Breakfast in the Nursery (2 pages)Music - The Psalter (4 pages)Garden - A Natural Grace (3 pages)Workshops - Diamond Paned Windows (2 pages)Lead - A Gentle Power To Lift (3 pages)Glass - Love-Locks (1 page)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (1 page)Veranda - [Serendipity] (1 page)Garret - The Great Fire (2 pages)Little Lord Fauntleroy is the 39th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »

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