Easy Steps in Cooking for Big and Little Girls or Adventures Among the Kitchen People

Fryer, Jane Eayre

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B0055VCAGQ This is the 1912 edition of this book. Some rubbing on covers , but not worn through, even on edges. Paste down illustration on front is intact. Binding is a little loose in places but also intact. Pages have some browning but appear complete & undamaged. A couple of pages have a small piece of torn paper put in as a marker that have left a brown spot on a portion of the page. There is an author inscription & signature on flyleaf, not sure if written in or part of the printing. It reads " For all little girls who like to help Mother". Book was donated to Friends of the Omaha Public Library. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Easy Steps in Cooking for Big and Little ...
Publisher: Jane Eayre Fryer
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Fryer, Jane Eayre
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Book Description The Smithsonian Company, Oakland, California, 1912. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good Minus. Margaret G. Hays and Jane Allen Boyer (illustrator). FIRST EDITION. Front hinge barely started. Offsetting to rear endpapers. 175 pp. Sage green with large paste-on by Margaret G. Hays, to front board. Spotting to rear board. This book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl whose great ambition was to help her mother." Some very wise people would call this a story book, some a manual training book, and others a cookery book, but Mary Frances knew better; she knew that it is a Book within a Book that introduced her to Aunty Rolling Pin and a lot of other dear, dear friends, such as no little girl ever had before, and whom she now wishes to introduce for the first time to all other little girls."Twenty-six chapters, and forty recipes. Countless little drawings of the "Kitchen People" (TeaKettle, SaucePan, BoilerPan, BigIronPot, PiePlate & Teapot, CoffeePot; MantelClock & Blue Pitcher, AuntieRollingPin, etc.) in the margins, many of these objects, thought to be inanimate having their say about the contents of nearby text. Also stories, poems, songs, jokes and even affirmations. . Fabulous glossy frontis-- . Created by Jane Allen Boyer, it shows a young girl of maybe 12, complete with mother's too-large apron nearly trailing onto the floor, concentrating, and bent over a wood cookstove. Seller Inventory # 71768

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Book Description The Smithsonian Company, Oakland, California, 1912. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good Minus. Margaret G. Hays and Jane Allen Boyer (illustrator). FIRST EDITION. 175 pp. Sage green with large paste-on by Margaret G. Hays, to front board. Spotting to rear board. This book tells the story of Mary Frances, a little girl whose great ambition was to help her mother." Some very wise people would call this a story book, some a manual training book, and others a cookery book, but Mary Frances knew better; she knew that it is a Book within a Book that introduced her to Aunty Rolling Pin and a lot of other dear, dear friends, such as no little girl ever had before, and whom she now wishes to introduce for the first time to all other little girls."Twenty-six chapters, and forty recipes. Countless little drawings of the "Kitchen People" (TeaKettle, SaucePan, BoilerPan, BigIronPot, PiePlate & Teapot, CoffeePot; MantelClock & Blue Pitcher, AuntieRollingPin, etc.) in the margins, many of these objects, thought to be inanimate having their say about the contents of nearby text. Also stories, poems, songs, jokes and even affirmations. . Fabulous glossy frontis-- . Created by Jane Allen Boyer, it shows a young girl of maybe 12, complete with mother's too-large apron nearly trailing onto the floor, concentrating, and bent over a wood cookstove. Seller Inventory # 73064

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Book Description Jane Eayre Fryer, 1912. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Margaret G. Hays and Jane Allen Boyer (illustrator). 175 pp. Original green cloth covers w/ pictorial paste-down on front cover. Portion of the title on the paste-down is rubbed. Spine sunned. Lightly soiled. Inscription to previous owner on front endpaper. Illust. w/ drawings. Contents nice. Seller Inventory # 13789CH

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