Vol. 7 No. 3 - Pollyanna

Vol. 7 No. 3 - Pollyanna

$9.50 USD

39th issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter. Full color issue containing 24 pages with 99 illustrations. 10 articles. 8.5 in. x 11 in. booklet. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Eleanor H. Porter, Magazine, Nancy Young & Pollyanna

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Vol. 7 No. 3 of The Storybook Home Journal


What's in this issue?

Sitting Pretty the Decorating article

Ideas for creating a sitting room. Includes one of Stockton Mulford's 1913 illustrations for Pollyanna.

During the Sewing Hour the Hearth article

How to create a vintage 1913 button bag, and needle case. Includes diagrams of four basic hand stitches.

From Her Basket the Kitchen article

Recipes for enriched broth, egg soufflé, and sweet tonic. Includes a cameo excerpted from one of Stockton Mulford's 1913 illustrations for Pollyanna.

I Like Other People's Though the Music article

Listening list of pieces written from 1904 to 1913. Includes a cameo excerpted from one of Stockton Mulford's 1913 illustrations for Pollyanna.

Pollyanna Plants the Garden article

Suggestions for companion plantings.

Joyously the Workshop article

Create a wire birdcage for use or ornament.

Eleanor H. Porter the Bookshelf article

Biographical sketch of Eleanor H. Porter. Recalls an incident from Nancy's childhood when her father gave her a copy of Pollyanna. Includes a reading list.

Clothes That Were Brand New the Looking Glass article

Brief description of a girl's 1913 wardrobe.

Living Richly Without Being Rich the Attic article

May Day bouquet holder. Recycled glass bottles. Reproducible gift label. Vintage sewing books. Discounted dishes.

Beneath The Charles Town Docks the Writer's Garret article

The diary of Leornian Feldham's voyage to South Carolina and the Caribee Islands, part 2.

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Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter

By Al R. Young Reviewed by Nancy Young

I am a bit defensive about Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter. Perhaps it is the beautiful, antique cloth-bound volume my father proudly brought home to me when I was a little girl. Perhaps it is the pressed and faded four-leaf clover that I found tucked inside, or the tissue-thin page-protectors over the black-and-white illustrations. (I wish I had been more defensive of the actual book because these latter features no longer exist.) Perhaps it is because through that copy I began an appreciation of things that were aged, gentle and lengthy, rather than colorful, slick, and new... Read more »

Tags: Vol. 7 No. 3, 2010, Book reviews

New Issue of the Storybook Home Shipped - Pollyanna

By Al R. Young The Pollyanna issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios.  This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Sitting Pretty (1 page)Hearth - During the Sewing Hour (1 page)Kitchen - From Her Basket (3 pages)Music - I Like Other People's Though (1 page)Garden - Pollyanna Plants (3 pages)Workshops - Joyously (3 pages)Bookshelf - Eleanor H. Porter (3 pages)Glass - Clothes That Were Brand New (1 page)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (1 page)Garret - Beneath The Charles Town Docks (3 pages)Pollyanna is the 45th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »

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