Search Results: "Tasha Tudor"


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CORGIVILLE CHRISTMAS by Tasha Tudor
ANIMALS
Released: Oct. 31, 2003

"Those who love Tudor's reverent homage to yesteryear will enjoy spending time in snowy Corgiville for the holiday season. (Picture book. 4-7)"
An old-fashioned Christmas season in a New England village is the theme of Tudor's latest installment about Corgiville, her fictional town inhabited by her favorite Corgi dogs, as well as by rabbits, cats, and chickens. Read full book review >

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THE GREAT CORGIVILLE KIDNAPPING by Tasha Tudor
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 1997

"Julia Child, Gertrude Stein, and others who will not be known to children, but Tudor's devotees will love this caper, and others will want to go unearth the first work. (Picture book. 7-10)"
A delectable companion to The Corgiville Fair (1971), in which Tudor employs conversational prose to revisit the pastoral setting and farmyard inhabitants of the original. Read full book review >

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SNOW BEFORE CHRISTMAS by Tasha Tudor
Released: Oct. 2, 1941

"Good read aloud material for holiday time, from picture book age up."
Once again lovely pictures, with soft coloring, and this time a more clear cut job of reproduction. Read full book review >

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THE DOLLS' CHRISTMAS by Tasha Tudor
Released: June 15, 1950

"Much combing and brushing and dressing — with a party."
A lovely, pretty book for little girls who love dolls and dollhouses. Read full book review >

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AMANDA AND THE BEAR by Tasha Tudor
Released: Aug. 16, 1951

"Neat, pretty full-color Nineties pictures for a predictable Tudor market."
For the cult, another bright little picture book, based on the true story of a little girl who kept a bear cub as a pet. Read full book review >

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A TALE FOR EASTER by Tasha Tudor
Released: June 15, 1941

"Built on the popularity of bunnies and chickens in connection with Easter celebration."
This is a bit larger than the Sylvie books, and is a better job of printing, good color work, beautiful reproduction. Read full book review >

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THISTLY B by Tasha Tudor
Released: Sept. 8, 1949

"Don't forget that lots of adults collect Tasha Tudor for themselves."
Thistly B, who had been raised in a teacup, was a beautiful yellow canary belonging to a little brother and sister. Read full book review >

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FIRST PRAYERS by Tasha Tudor
Released: Sept. 11, 1952

"We hate even to be commercial about it, but watch it for gifts."
A charming small book, one to give to a child to read now and perhaps to keep and look at for many years, even when old and grey. Read full book review >

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CORGIVILLE FAIR by Tasha Tudor
Released: Oct. 18, 1971

"MPSLUGMRS Tudor's pictures are of course executed in quaint and loving detail."
In the time-ago village of Corgiville, "west of New Hampshire and east of Vermont," the population of cats, rabbits, corgis ("enchanted" small dogs the color of foxes), and boggarts (toy-like "trolls") turn out for the annual country fair. Read full book review >

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MY BRIMFUL BOOK by Tasha Tudor
Released: Sept. 1, 1960

"A happy choice both in text and pictures, this hardy book, reasonably priced, should be a staple of the nursery library."
Brimful of poems and stories children have loved for generations, this book is divided in three parts. Read full book review >

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AROUND THE YEAR by Tasha Tudor
Released: Oct. 31, 1957

"Here, the pleasantly old-fashioned character of her work now appears in an almost Currier and Ives vein. 'January brings us ... coasting, Taffy pulls and apple roasting.' Two double spreads illustrate each month while simple rhymed lines describe it. For children to whom the calendar is still a confusing complexity, this will fill a need. Period and pastoral, this is a nostalgic view of country children of long ago... around the year."
The quaint and careful, delicately colored paintings which have charmed Tasha Tudor's followers in earlier books mark each month of the year. Read full book review >

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Released: May 12, 1977

"Ruffles and lace, for other adults who equate children's holidays with sweets and nostalgia."
Three of Tudor's quaint holiday tales, first published separately—which would seem a more appropriate format for a seasonal goodie. Read full book review >