49th issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features books by Lucy Maud Montgomery. 11 articles in an 8.5 in. x 11 in. booklet. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Anne of Avonlea, Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Green Gables series, Christmas, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Magazine & Nancy Young
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Talks about the value of an optimistic name for Christmases that are not white, and presents ideas and simple guidelines for making handmade decorations from leaves and floral bounty collected on holiday rambles. Features two paintings by Alfred Sisley.
In the spirit of Aunt Cyrilla's basket, used to share dainties with family and friends, this installment of The Storybook Kitchen features recipes and presentation-ideas for baked goods such as Lucy Rose's Lemon Cookies, Mincemeat Stars, Edwardian Jumbles, Chestnut Pound Cake, and Bishop's Bread. Two small illustrations feature details from paintings by Albert Anker.
Inspiration and ideas for creating garden arches and bowers true to the era in which Anne of Green Gables is set. Illustrations accompanying the article include photographs from a 1903 edition of the Ladies' Home Journal, as well as artwork by Piero Pollainolo, Alfred Sisley, and Childe Hassam.
This biographical sketch of Lucy Maud Montgomery focuses on her writing. A 32-day, Christmas advent-reading -list features many of her short stories as well as chapters from her books. The background on the page features a detail from a painting by Albert Anker.
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