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New. Small indentation on back cover possibly due to shelf wear. Based on the popular Sunset's Kitchen Cabinet column begun in 1929 in The Magazine of Western Living, this book continues the tradition of collecting "creative culinary inventions" contributed by Sunset Magazine readers. After testing and tasting these inventions in their kitchens, Sunset shares them with you. Lavishly illustrated throughout with B/W and color prints, this book also include illustrated "samplers" at the end of each chapter which recall the look of Kitchen Cabinet as it evolved through the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Book condition: Near Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
Near Fine. This vintage cookbook appears to have been unused; however, it does reflect its age, with darkened edges of the paper with the text and slight curling on some tab edges. The front cover has a small scrape at the top. Result from a study by The Household Searchlight, which tested the study of home products under actual home conditions. Dozens of homemakers participated.Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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  • Edition: 1st
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Fair. This vintage cookbook has been lovingly used. Front pages have some bent areas, and the front cover has bent corners; spine bottom has some wear. It does reflect its age, with darkened edges of the paper with the text and curling of the tab edges.Result from a study by The Household Searchlight, which tested the study of home products under actual home conditions. Dozens of homemakers participated.Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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  • Edition: 1st Edition Second Printing
  • Book condition: Very Good+
  • ISBN: 0376020938 / 9780376020932
  • Quantity available: 1
Very Good+. Brings the quality and accessible detail we have come to expect from Sunset Magazine cookbooks. Focused on basics of cooking, the editors provide a collection of recipes for the cook to succeed in the kitchen. Ample illustrations throughout in color photography.

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New. Originally published in 1859. Reprinted by Applewood Books. An essential guide used by American pioneers headed west.Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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  • Edition: Revised and Authorized American Edition
  • Book condition: Good
  • Quantity available: 1
Red cloth boards in overall good condition. No dust jacket. Upper spine back slight detachment. Clean and bright paper good for age.

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Near Fine. Use of imagination, play, movement and rhythms, pantomime, improvisation, and puppetry to create dramatic structure. Discusses the use of poetry, speech, and storytelling to inspire and generate dramatic content. Focuses on moving the dramatic work beyond the classroom. Emphasis is on the social and educational benefits of the interaction required to create the dramatic work. Shipping within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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As New. Signed by author. Authoritative book about the Henry Harmon Spalding family, who were missionaries with Marcus Whitman at the Whitman Mission in Washington, whose daughter, Eliza, escaped the Whitman Massacre at the age of 10, and who settled in Brownsville, Oregon where they helped create the foundation of the community. Shows the effects of living pioneer lives on the family, who were as a whole upright, dutiful, and moral. Particularly detailed was their relationship to Native American friends. The graves of Eliza and her husband and sister are in the pioneer cemetery in Brownsville. Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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Good-. 1966 2nd Edition. Pages 18-19 open to spine. All pages intact. As summarized on the OCLC World Cat website: "A training guide to the acting concept of the transference of character believability from the actor to the audience." B/W photography and line drawing illustrations.Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Book condition: Good
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Good. Now out of print. No dust jacket as issued. Remarkably intact for the age of the book. Boards and pages are clean and tight, with some browning of page edges. Corners have some wear. Occasional spots on a few of those recipes used. This book is Betty's gift to the cook with commentary, guidance, and inspiration along with plenty of recipes from which to choose to feed the family. B/W and color photography encourage the cook by showing the end result. This classic cookbook is a treasure which has profoundly affected American cooks from its beginnings to now. Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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The Invention of Wings

Sue Monk Kidd

New. This novel chronicles the lives of Sarah and Angelina Grimké and Sarah's slave, Hetty Handful, over several decades, beginning on Sarah's eleventh birthday, when Sarah receives Handful as a present and subsequently refuses ownership of her, and culminating when Sarah helps Handful and her sister, Sky, escape slavery. The novel, divided into six parts, narrates from a first person point of view, alternating between Hetty and Sarah. Sarah, an intelligent but timid child, becomes a writer and speaker on abolition and women's rights. Handful, influenced by her mother, Mauma, sews expertly and make quilts as a statement against slavery and learns to read and write from Sarah, which hastens her personal freedom. Sarah, Handful, and Angelina maintain their friendship through bonds of love and mutual caring, which ultimately frees them all. Kidd bases her novel on historical record of the lives of the Grimké sisters as abolitionists and women's rights advocates. Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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The Red Couch: A Portrait of America

William Least Heat Moon

Fine. Original owner inscription. The travels of a red couch as it and its crew make its way across America photographed in color. Experiment in creating community with the couch as its center. Shipped within 48 hours of confirmed purchase.

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Near Fine/Near Fine. Second Revised Edition. Originally published under the same title by Duell, Sloane, and Pearce in 1941. The book covers sixteen dances illustrated with B/W photographs taken by Barbara Morgan, the author. Revised publication of the book further gave the author the opportunity for elongated perspective on Martha Graham and a deeper understanding of the spiritual and emotional energy of her work. As she states: "Seeing Martha Graham dance in 1935 struck the same chord in me as seeing the Southwest Indian ritual dances...the Indians conveyed a cosmic synthesis...So it is with Martha Graham's dances, which evoke spiritual-emotional energy. The inner core of Martha's art is her deep understanding of both the universal and the timeless; the uniquely individual and the common denominator of us all...The book includes statements and essays by the author, George Beiswanger, Louis Horst, and Martha Graham herself, some original and some from 1980.

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