Post a Comment. She is a 'special' dog.
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When I say special I mean, she likes to go potty in the house and is extremely unfriendly to strangers. Despite her flaws and snaggletooth we adore her and she apparently loves me, Trouble, and Mr. Trouble has been asking if he could make Molly a toy for a while now and we finally got around to creating something for her. It could well be part of an album.
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Free to be you and me. Your comments reminded me of this anthology that had a tape as well as a video-very likely a book to go along. It featured celebrities doing songs and dialogue. Hope this helps. I used to listen to a record album with a calendar on the front jacket that told stories meant to teach values, morals, etc. Another segment told the story of the Tortoise and the Hare. I do not remember a Book along with it, but I listened to the album every day of my life from or so. I would love to find a copy of this album for my own children!
Sorry, don't have the title of the book, but I can help the person looking for the album. Maybe you can use this info to find it on Ebay, etc. Hope this helps! This LP was a favorite of mine as a child. I still have the original jacket and the LP What I wouldn't give for a copy! Selma Rich Brody supplied vocals, Fred Mendolsohn provided musical arrangements. Newark, NJ. The Reverse Lookup Directory did not confirm this as a valid address.
In fact I found no information on either of these companies. Ebay searches have proved futile, as well as searches for Selma and Fred themselves. The original Ambassador Record Corp is defunct and I assume Tinkerbell Records is defunct also, since I cannot find any information on them whatsoever. After reading the information on your site, I searched for Peter Pan Records as well, with the same results, unfortunately.
Any ideas how to contact either Ms. Blair or Mr. Mendelsohn directly or even indirectly?? It looks like there are quite a few of us who would love to have that LP again. Maybe one of them could help. And wouldn't a CD be fantastic!?? Thanks very much. Peter Pan Records, Ambassador Records still exist! You may find some of the tracks you are looking for at our new site, www.
Elizabeth George Speare, Calico Captive. Young Miriam Willard, on a day that had promised new happiness, finds herself instead a captive on a forest trail, caught up in the ebb and flow of the French and Indian War. It is a harrowing march north. Miriam can only force herself to the next stopping place, the next small portion of food, the next icy stream to be crossed.
At the end of the trail waits a life of hard work and, perhaps, even a life of slavery.
Mingled with her thoughts of Phineas Whitney, her sweetheart on his way to Harvard, is the crying of her sister's baby, Captive, born on the trail. Miriam and her companions finally reach Montreal, a city of shifting loyalties filled with the intrigue of war, and here, by a sudden twist of fortune, Miriam meets the prominent Du Quesne family, who introduce her to a life she has never imagined.
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Based on an actual narrative diary published in , Calico Captive skillfully reenacts an absorbing facet of history. Elizabeth George Speare, Calico Captive , One of my favorites! Elizabeth George Spear, Calico Captive. I knew this book the second I read the description, definately one of my favorites. Mingled with her thoughts of Phineas Whitney, her sweetheart on his way to Harvard, is the crying of her sister"s baby, Captive, born on the trail.
This is still in print! They were taken from their home, forced to march through the wilderness to the north, and sold to the French in Montreal, where they were held for ransom.
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Years later, when she was nearly seventy years old, Susanna Johnson wrote an account of this journey, and it is from her narrative that the main events of this story are taken. Captured with Susanna and her family was a younger sister, Miriam Willard. Her imagined adventures, as they might have happened, are recounted here. After the Indian raid, Susanna gives birth to a fourth child, a girl, and names her Captive. The three older children are taken from Susanna, but Polly runs away and is permitted to return. According to the Epilogue, " Sylvanus [became] a wild young savage who could brandish a tomahawk and bend a bow but could not understand a word of English" and little Susanna became "a fine-mannered and fashionable young lady who could speak nothing but French and could never forget her deep affection for the two kindly women" who adopted her.
Elizabeth Speare, Calico Captive , Great book!
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It's been a long time since I read this but I think it is Calico Captive. The seamstress is Miriam and her sister is Susanna and their family gets captured by Indians and sold in Canada. They are eventually reunited after many hardships. I'm pretty sure this is the one you want. The drawing of the mustached outlaw falling into the cacti is on p. The Calico Year A woman dates a man named Ritchie. This woman later finds that she has more in common with another boy. I think this was a teen-romance type of story.
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This is definitely The Calico Year. A young debutante takes her younger sister out of boarding school, and they go to live together in a house left to them by an uncle. The older girl has a charming boyfriend named Richie who is good for little but charm. She falls for the young doctor I think in the town. They do a lot of things to raise money--fix up boats to rent out, sell antiques, and a local dealer not Richie's mother takes advantage of their ignorance and buys a valuable table for a pittance.
Yes, I agree that this is The Calico Year. Thank you so much! I remember the author's last name being near the the front of the alphabet, based upon where I remember this book being shelved in the library. Actually, Dorothy Gilman Butters wrote the Mrs.
Pollifax stories using just the name of Dorothy Gilman. Certainly it a perfect match. Carole Bolton, The Callahan Girls, Sorry, no description. The other title I found is That Callahan Spunk, later published as That Callahan Blood , , which takes place on the Montana frontier in , so I don't think that's the one you're looking for.