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✏Corduroy Pocket for Corduroy Lit Link Gr 1 3 Book Summary :
📒Corduroy Mansions ✍ Alexander McCall Smith
✏Corduroy Mansions Book Summary : CORDUROY MANSIONS - Book 1 In the Corduroy Mansions series of novels, set in London’s hip Pimlico neighborhood, we meet a cast of charming eccentrics, including perhaps the world’s most clever terrier, who make their home in a handsome, though slightly dilapidated, apartment block. Corduroy Mansions is the affectionate nickname given to a genteel, crumbling mansion block in London’s vibrant Pimlico neighborhood and the home turf of a captivating collection of quirky and altogether McCall-Smithian characters. There’s the middle-aged wine merchant William, who’s trying to convince his reluctant twenty-four-year-old son, Eddie, to leave the nest; and Marcia, the boutique caterer who has her sights set on William. There’s also the (justifiably) much-loathed Member of Parliament Oedipus Snark; his mother, Berthea, who’s writing his biography and hating every minute of it; and his long-suffering girlfriend, Barbara, a literary agent who would like to be his wife (but, then, she’d like to be almost anyone’s wife). There’s the vitamin evangelist, the psychoanalyst, the art student with a puzzling boyfriend and Freddie de la Hay, the Pimlico terrier who insists on wearing a seat belt and is almost certainly the only avowed vegetarian canine in London. Filled with the ins and outs of neighborliness in all its unexpected variations, Corduroy Mansions showcases the life, laughter and humanity that have become the hallmarks of Alexander McCall Smith’s work.
📒Corduroy ✍ Adrian Bell
✏Corduroy Book Summary : Corduroy was first published in 1930. It was followed by Silver Ley in 1931 and The Cherry Tree in 1932. Together they form a trilogy that has been described as 'the classic account of a twentieth-century Englishman's conversion to rural life'. In Corduroy the author's experiences as a farm apprentice in Suffolk are described. The tone is affectionate, humourous and not in the least patronizing. At times there is an elegiac strain not dissimilar to Edward Thomas. The three books constitute a threnody for, what was then, a vanishing, pre-mechanized way, of farming and rural life.
📒Uncommonly Corduroy ✍ Stephanie Dunphy
✏Uncommonly Corduroy Book Summary : Corduroy--it's not just for pants! Celebrate the velvety goodness of corduroy with this collection from popular blogger Stephanie Dunphy. So versatile and easy to use, corduroy is what's hot--and these exciting designs show what to do with it! Choose from 17 fun projects, including quilts in different sizes, a variety of stylish bags, and a scarf Try corduroy alone, use it with traditional quilting cottons, or combine it with other fabrics such as flannel Find projects for skill levels from beginner to experienced and for tastes ranging from traditional to modern
📒Corduroy ✍ Don Freeman
✏Corduroy Book Summary : Don Freeman's classic character, Corduroy, is even more popular today than he was when he first came on the scene over thirty years ago. These favorite titles are ready for another generation of children to love. From the Hardcover edition.
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📒A Pocket For Corduroy ✍ Don Freeman
✏A Pocket for Corduroy Book Summary : This irresistible childhood classic is a delightful sequel to the original, well-loved tale Corduroy. This charming story takes readers into a multi-ethnic, urban neighborhood Laundromat, where Lisa's mother warns her to take everything out of her pockets before washing. Pockets! Corduroy doesn't have any pockets! The furry bear's search for a pocket of his own takes him on an adventure filled with the sights, sounds, smells and hazards of the Laundromat. As a result, Lisa and her beloved bear become separated as Corduroy ends up locked inside the Laundromat all night. And what do bears do all night in places like this? They ski in the soap flakes and nap in the baskets, of course! Fortunately, Lisa returns early the next morning to reclaim her tired little friend. Soon, Lisa is sewing Corduroy a pocket of his very own and again all is well in the life of Corduroy. "This merry tale gets added interest from...the setting, a multi-ethnic urban neighborhood, of cuddly Corduroy and his pal Lisa, a black child, and her attractive mother." — Publishers Weekly.
📒Red Corduroy Trousers ✍ Vivien Reynolds
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📒Corduroy Lost And Found ✍ Don Freeman
✏Corduroy Lost and Found Book Summary : A classic character in children's literature for nearly forty years is back for a brand-new adventure! Corduroy the beloved bear slips out very early one morning to get a birthday present for Lisa. He spies what he thinks is a yellow balloon up in the sky, thinking that would be perfect for her. But when the sun rises, the balloon (really the full moon) disappears. And now Corduroy is lost. Lisa finds him, but not before Corduroy succeeds in getting just the right gift—a lollipop as yellow and round as the moon. This brand-new Corduroy picture book is written in the whimsical style of Don Freeman and illustrated in the exact scratchboard technique he used to create Corduroy and A Pocket for Corduroy.
📒Curmudgeon In Corduroy ✍ Jerry Flemmons
✏Curmudgeon in Corduroy Book Summary : Jerry Flemmons' Texas is sometimes a place of sadness, even tragedy, sometimes a place of high jinx and great jokes, but most often, it's a place of vanishing traditions and long-ago days.