Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Book Sale Bliss List?

It seems as though the list of my book sale treasures didn't show up in the post two days ago called Book Sale Bliss.  So, I'm re-typing it here in the hopes that it shows up this time!  (Thanks, Lori, for letting me know!!)

General Non-Fiction
My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers
Green Shows the City by Beverley Nichols
The 26 Letters by Oscar Ogg
The Book of the Domestic Rabbit by Carl Naether
Bettas by Marshall E. Ostrow

Time of the Singing of the Birds by Grace Livingston Hill
The Strange Proposal by Grace Livingston Hill
Marcia Schuyler by Grace Livingston Hill
The Dean's Watch by Elizabeth Goudge

Historial Non-Fiction
My Indian Family - A Story of East and West Within a Muslim Home by Hilda Wernher
Queen of the Dark Chamber by Christiana Tsai
An Army Doctor's Wife on the Frontier - Letters from Alaska and the Far West, 1874-1878 edited by Abe Laufe

Entertaining & Cookbooks
The Complete Book of Children's Parties (1949) by Florence Hamsher
Fun to Cook Book (1971) by Carnation Company
Joys of Jell-O (1962) by General Foods Corporation
Informal Entertaining Country Style (1973) by Food Editors of Farm Journal
Treasury of Good Food Ideas (1963) by Kraft Kitchens
A Cook's Guide to Growing Herbs, Greens & Aromatics (1981) by Millie Owen
The Well-Dressed Dessert by General Foods Corporation

Christmas Titles
The Autobiography of Santa Claus as told to Jeff Guinn
A Christmas Companion - Recipes, Traditions and Customs From Around the World by Maria Robbins and Jim Charlton

Books on Tape
The Farm on Nippersink Creek - Stories from a Midwestern Childhood by Jim May
Joshua by Joseph F. Girzone
West of Dodge by Louis L'Amour
The Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare

Audio Tapes
Christmas with the Chipmunks

Video Tapes
Return to Snowy River
The Complete Set of Rocky
The BBC Production of Pride & Prejudice 


Lori said...

All for two dollars?!?! Oh How I recognize the jubilant feeling you had as you walked out to your car (smile)

I have several Farm Journal cookbks and enjoy their "back in the day" feel very much... will have to see if I have that one.

Now don't let the "I have too many books" bugger in the house --- he likes to spook after great book sales!

Have a happy day in the Lord...

Julie said...

For four dollars, actually. $2 per bag and I came home with two bags. So much fun!