STILLMEADOW SAMPLER by Gladys Taber

STILLMEADOW SAMPLER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another sharing of the adventures of daily living, these further chronicles of the author's country home stretch from spring to spring and ramble from history and neighbors, to dogs and cats (past and present), and all around the world. Her reading, her cooking, her gardening; memories of her parents and her childhood; observations about the progression of the seasons in trees, plants, birds; the emotional response to the changes in nature and within the house; fancies and imaginings spurred by chores, sights, incidents; and always the intervention of the cockers and the Irish Setter. A drifting, contemplative view of ordinary things, this has a steadfast woman's appeal.

Pub Date: Aug. 25th, 1959
Publisher: Lippincott