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Friday, November 21, 2008

Show & Tell Friday 11/21

Oh Happy Day! It's time for Show & Tell Friday! Please visit Kelli @ There's no place like home to see who else is sharing.

So continuing on the theme from yesterday, I decided I'd show a bit of what's inside those wonderful Junior Classic books.

One of my all time favorite stories is Beauty & The Beast. It's a story that originated in France and is in the Junior Classic, volume 1. It's such a gift to read the story as it was meant to be told. Not sugared up or changed. Sometimes the endings are not happy, but other times...they are.
Look at these illustrations...Thanks for spending a bit of your day with me. I hope the rest of your day is great!

21 comments:

Dawn said...

Gee Rechelle, now I wish I had never given them away. I actually donated them to our school library. Brittainy didn't want them. (She had no children of her own then!). I seem to recall really liking the make and do volume.

take care,
Dawn

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

What wonderful books! I love the covers on them too.

Have a great weekend!

ivoryspring said...

Rechelle, thanks for visiting me. What an educational post - I learned something new about Beauty and the Beast. Thanks for sharing.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

What a great collection of books. I would like to read Beauty and the Beast with a happy ending!

Katherine

Jan and Tom's Place said...

Lovely books!!!

Mrs. Miles said...

The illustrations in these books are so 'frame' worthy!

Beauty and the Beast is such a timeless tale - the sort you enjoyed as a child and could easily enjoy with your grandchildren one day. The principals remain the same.

I loved peeking at your bookshelf!

char72 said...

I love children's books. I guess I'm still a kid at heart - or maybe I'm just in my second childhood.
Charlotte

An Enchanted Cottage said...

Oh, Rechelle, what a treasure! Those books are great - I share your love of books! Thanks for stopping by my basket storage post- yes, that rug was a steal!!... Donna

Alice said...

Awesome! The artwork is excellent! What a great post - thanks :).

Please feel free to visit my blog anytime. You are always welcome in The Shadow of the Cross.

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Hi Rechelle,
I love BOOKS. One of my jobs was working at Josten's in their card catalog and book division...way back before kids...1974..and there were rows and rows and stacks and stacks of books:)
I see you tagged me with the book one...I'll do that post next week:)
Have a good weekend:)
Hugs,
Deb

JudyBug said...

What a beautiful book. I just books. Thanks for visiting my blog. Just bring your book and you can sit in my reading nook as long as you want!

Susie Homemaker said...

You have such beautiful books...Thanks so much for sharing them.
Thanks too for your kind comments...you always make me smile!

Blessings,
Susie

Connie said...

I LOVE decorating with books - using them as pedestals to put lamps on or other things, sweetpea.
Smooches,
Connie

Lisa Ann said...

Your books are wonderful. Great collection.

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Rechelle, I like your collection of books! I could kick myself for giving away all my old books!
Happy Show and Tell Friday,
Love, Ann

Scrapdolly said...

I LOVE books and that collections is beuatiful - really special. I love the illustrations

. said...

Lovely book.

Alfazema

quilt'n mama said...

Thanks for stopping by and visiting! I love your books BTW!
Blessings,
Gayly

Betty said...

Rechelle,
One of our greatest blessings are books....vintage, new, hand-me-downs....I am an avid reader....

Your books are treasures...

Thanks for visiting with me and please do come again....Betty

Kelli said...

Aren't old books wonderful? Your set is beautiful!
~Kelli

Jewelgirl said...

Great Books, the illustrations inside
are wonderful!