50 patterns including stitching charts and color lists, as well as a color illustration of all the designs featured on the front and back covers. 17 pages. The designs are small (most less than 50 x 50 stitches) and versatile - suitable for samplers, towels, and other small projects.
This book is well written and paced. It is more of a psychological thriller than a gory one, and would be appropriate for most people. Includes information about the air traffic system in our country without being overly technical. A fun listen.
Chris Fabry's prose is lyrical in a unique and deeply touching manner. Deceptively simplistic, he touches the soul with truths that are no less powerful for their seeming simplicity. A well-crafted story peopled by unique, yet universal, characters. This is a great book!
This book is a concise and knowledgeable history of how patchwork quilts in America came about. 48 full-page plates of quilts from private and museum collections. Fascinating history of American quilting.
If you're a George Barris fan, or just a fan of the "out there" cars featured in tv and movies, this book is a treasure. Contains oodles of color photos and histories of the various cars, their use, and creation.
Even though I had read the book, I enjoyed listening to the audio and even picked up on some things I missed when I read it. The reader is good, and it's a fun "listen". Any girl who loves shoes and feels less than rail-thin will love it.
This should be a "guy" book, since it's about football, football players, a football coach, football games, football memories - you get the idea. But as my husband and I listened to it on a trip, I was caught up in the "humanity" of the various characters. John Grisham can turn a phrase, and also tell a story that transcends gender. Surprisingly entertaining.
The Eve Duncan series has managed to keep evolving while maintaining common characters. This book is a pleasant surprise, as you would think by this time all that can be said about "Bonnie" has been said. Well worth the read, and crucial in the series.
86 pages of easy-to-read ideas for understanding the needs of children and their needs and how to set up their rooms to utilize space creatively. Diagrams and instructions included to address various age groups as well as situations including sharing a room.
This third of the trilogy about Elmwood Springs, Missouri features the same colorful characters as the previous two books. Fannie Flagg's reading makes it even more authentic, as she gives us her perspective on Heaven in her own inimitable style.
This privately published book contains photos and instructions for crocheting filet angel, filet joy sampler, and5 different angels ranging from 3 inches to 12 inches tall. All angels use #9 steel crochet hook and bedspread weight thread.