2 edition of home that Jill built found in the catalog.
home that Jill built
Judith R. Lamotte
|Statement||Judith Lamotte in collaboration with Julie-Ann Macqueen.|
|Contributions||Macqueen, Julie-Ann., Hopkinson, Angela.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Sharing women's real-life experiences in creating their own dream homes, The House that Jill Built is a groundbreaking guide to the process as well as a collection of women's real-life home-building experiences, complete with before and after photos and drawings, advice from experts, safety precautions, and a comprehensive section of how-to tips, including a tool guide/5(4).
I found The House That Jill Built at the Tate Museum gift shop while on a business trip to London and bought it for my then-two year old.
The design of the book is fantastic, with dozens of windows to peek behind and some exceptionally well-engineered pop-ups/5(10). The illustrations are great, and it is a flap book so there's lots to do on each page.
The story is that Jill and her trusty dog build a little house, but then familiar characters from old fairy tales (Little Jack Horner, the Three Little Kittens, Old Mother Hubbard, Little Bo Peep, etc) keep showing up, so she has to keep building new rooms for them/5.
"The House that Jill Built" may fairly be said to take the first place among the many works that are designed to make our domestic architecture what it ought to be—the art by which the house-builder may erect a home adapted to his needs, commensurate with his means, in harmony home that Jill built book its surroundings and conducive to the health and comfort of its occupants.
The House That Jill Built Flip the flaps, open a fun foldout, and peek inside a final pop-up to find out what happens when everyone's favorite storybook characters move into The House That Jill Built. Jill's house is so cozy and warm that all her nursery-rhyme friends are knocking on the door, asking for a room of their : Phyllis Root.
The House That Jill Built By Judy Ostrow, photos by Karen Leffler (Gibbs Smith, pages, $). The House that Jill Built: After Jack's Had Proved a Failure The House that Jill Built: After Jack's Had Proved a Failure, Eugene Clarence Gardner: Author: Eugene Clarence Gardner: Editor: Eugene Clarence Gardner: Edition: revised: Publisher: Adams, Original from: Columbia University: Digitized: Mar 9, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Sharing women's real-life experiences in creating their own dream homes, The House That Jill Built is a groundbreaking guide to the process as well as a collection of women's real-life home-building experiences, complete with before and after photos and drawings, advice from experts, safety precautions, and a comprehensive section of how-to tips, including a tool guide.
THE HOUSE THAT JILL BUILT, AFTER JACK'S HAD PROVED A FAILURE. A BOOK ON HOME ARCHITECTURE, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, BY E.C. GARDNER, Author of "Homes and How to Make Them." "Home Interiors," "Common Sense in Church Building," etc.
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The house that Jill built. [Phyllis Root; Delphine Durand] -- Jill builds a cozy house just for her and her cat, but each of her neighbors, who are nursery rhyme characters, wants a room, so Jill keeps adding rooms to her house until it is not so cozy anymore.
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The Home That Jill Built: a Follow-Up Study of Single Mothers Who Set Out to Bring Up Their Children on Their Own Paperback – 1 Jan. by Judith R Lamotte (Author), Julie-Ann Macqueen (Author), Angela Hopkinson (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: Judith R Lamotte, Julie-Ann Macqueen, Angela Hopkinson.
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