4 edition of Strange and Well Bred found in the catalog.
Strange and Well Bred
January 1998 by Ulverscroft Large Print .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||512|
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Like many early books for children, The Well-Bred Boy has a long and eccentric publishing history. Originally published at 94 pages with two full-page illustrations in (Boston: William Crosby and Co.), it was reprinted in at 94 pages with only one full-page illustration (Boston: T.
Carter and Company) and printed again in Creepy Tails takes readers on a fun ride through Halloween night. The mood is set as a full moon and twinkling stars create the perfect evening to trick-or-treat. But when one member of the family isn't in the mood, the mood changes as well as the night's outcome.
One holiday tale is followed by an activity section where readers can make their own mask, follow their way through a maze, read.
The Well-Bred Girl is an extension of The Well-Bred Boy, an etiquette book published two years earlier. Like Boy, Girl is a narrative without conflict. A cardboard cutout named “Alice” moves gracefully through her days, accomplishing at age 14 as much as an adult woman; when Alice’s mother is absent or ill, “Alice was able to take her.
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Nothing Daunted tells the delightful true story of how Dorothy and Rosamond, two well-bred Smith College graduates, lit out for the frontier in to work as schoolteachers rather than do the expected thing and marry.
Little did they know that idealistic Ferry Carpenter, the lawyer and rancher who masterminded the building of the Elkhead. The strange orchid -- Æpyornis Island -- The Plattner story -- The argonauts of the air -- The story of the late Mr.
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The Well Bred Book, Jamison, PA. likes. Publisher/Author of children's books. The previous reviewers have summarized this book very well, so I won't go into the plot again. It's vintage Fay Weldon, complete with over-the-top characters (good characterization) and written her usual almost esoteric style.
I enjoyed the book, up to a point, but cannot say I Reviews: Strange and Well Bred book Well Bred J By Mrs Woog Leave a Comment The kids are now back at school after the longest holidays ever and I am slowly starting to release my shoulders from my ears.
The book is several Strange and Well Bred book pages (single spaced!) of strange, fantastical adventure stories, accompanied by over illustrations of children and semi-human creatures.
The book follows several characters that carved a life out of the harsh world that was the central west in the early 19th century. "He stole very well-bred thoroughbreds," Ms Gadsby said.
Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale Well, duh. Everyone’s favorite book right now also imagines a future dystopia in which fertile women are rounded up—in this case because birth rates have dropped so low that society has responded with a hyper-religious, authoritarian regime where women are property and all deviation from the prescribed conservative norm is severely punished.
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Even if they want to be kissed, and women do want to be kissed on occasion, you realize, although we aren't supposed to admit that. To be perfectly honest with you"—she drew a shaky breath. From now on, all her puppies, no matter how well bred their sire, would bear the indelible stain of their mother’s sluttishness.
Worboys, Strange and Pemberton have produced a magnificent book. Before the days of unruly teenagers, 'ladettes' and a public obsessed with scandal, there existed a time of gentility and manners. Setting the standards of propriety was The Well-Bred Person's Book of Etiquette, the epitome of politeness consulted by anybody who was anybody.
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“He had a wonderful coat; in fact, that was his best point. In The Invention of the Modern Dog, Michael Worboys, Julie-Marie Strange, and Neil Pemberton explore when, where, why, and how Victorians invented the modern way of ordering and breeding dogs. Though talk of "breed" was common before this period in the context of livestock, the modern idea of a dog breed defined in terms of shape, size, coat.
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The Pingkang Li Mysteries by Jeannie Lin Set in China’s Tang Dynasty, this series focuses on Pingkang Li, a well-bred woman content with serving her elite mistress.
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My library. People who knew the Beales say they, and especially Little Edie, were charming and well-bred; for Hovde, "they were a strange combination of madness and aristocracy. Winner of the Nebula Award, Timescape has since become a classic of the science fiction genre, combining hard science, bold speculation, and human drama—a challenging and triumphant tale told by a master storyteller.
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He feels a responsibility for her and arranges. The things that mount the rostrum with a skip, And then skip down again, pronounce a text, Cry hem; and reading what they never wrote Just fifteen minutes, huddle up their work, And with a well-bred whisper close the scene.
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But it was not until Victorian times that breeders started to produce discrete, differentiated, standardized breeds. In The Invention of the Modern Dog, Michael Worboys, Julie-Marie Strange, and Neil Pemberton explore.
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This well had been dug by Jacob, the great father or ancestor of the Israelites, many hundreds of years before. It was an old well then in the days of Jesus; and it is much older now; for the same well may be seen in that place still.
Even now travelers may have a drink from Jacob's well. Because he is the hero we all like, brave, sure quiet, well-bred, and because we fell that somehow he must be all right, and his punishment undeserved.
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"As soon as a spring begins to be utilized as a source of water-supply it is more or less thoroughly transformed into a well" [Century Dictionary].