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by Gladys Bagg Taber

eBook Country Chronicle download ISBN: 0891905960
Author: Gladys Bagg Taber
Publisher: Amereon Ltd; Second Edition edition (June 20, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 220
ePub: 1266 kb
Fb2: 1479 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: txt lrf docx mbr
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Classics

I recently discovered the books by Gladys Taber. My friend, Susan Branch, often selects quotes from Gladys' books to include in her artwork and blog.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by West Coast Bookseller. I recently discovered the books by Gladys Taber. the animals,the visitors, the conversations.

Gladys Bagg Taber (1899–1980), author of 59 books, including the Stillmeadow books, and columnist for Ladies' Home Journal and Family Circle, was born in Colorado Springs on April 12, 1899.

Gladys Bagg Taber (1899–1980), author of 59 books, including the Stillmeadow books, and columnist for Ladies' Home Journal and Family Circle, was born in Colorado Springs on April 12, 1899, and spent most of her early years moving because of her father's work as a mining engineer. She lived in New Mexico, California, Illinois and Wisconsin, and spent time on her grandfather's farm in Massachusetts. Later, she received a bachelor's degree from Wellesley in 1920 and an .

The ancient house speaks to us. Footfalls sound on the steep stairs, doors open softly, floorboards creak, echoing lives lived here long, long ago.

1974: by Gladys Taber- Writing about her Connecticut farm house and its lovely surroundings. The ancient house speaks to us.

Country Chronicle book. Born Gladys Bagg on April 12, 1899 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, she was the middle child and only one to survive to adulthood. 1974: by Gladys Taber- Writing about her Connecticut farm house and its lovely surroundings. Her parents were Rufus A prolific author whose output includes plays, essays, memoirs and fiction, Gladys Taber (1899 – 1980) is perhaps best recalled for a series of books and columns about her life at Stillmeadow, a 17th-century farmhouse in Southbury, Connecticut.

sort of like a forerunner of Martha Stewart

sort of like a forerunner of Martha Stewart. really homey and peaceful. All the Stillmeadow books are great! Joey Reed.

Updated About encyclopedia

Updated About encyclopedia. Gladys Bagg Tabor was born in the West, grew up in the Midwest, and lived her adult life in Virginia, New York, and New England. She graduated from Wellesley in 1920; took an . at Lawrence College, Appleton, Wisconsin, in 1921; and did graduate work at Columbia University. Tabor's early work includes a play and a book of poems, but most of it is popular romance, sometimes serialized in magazines such as the Ladies' Home Journal. Her fiction is light and uplifting; her heroines usually find true love despite an unsympathetic father or class differences.

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Gladys Bagg Taber, author of 59 books, including the Stillmeadow books, and columnist for Ladies' Home .

Gladys Bagg Taber, author of 59 books, including the Stillmeadow books, and columnist for Ladies' Home Journal and Family. She married Frank Taber, and they had a daughter, Constance, which interrupted her academic career; then for more than 20 years, she lived in Stillmeadow, her vintage 1690

Comments: (7)
Gldasiy
I recently discovered the books by Gladys Taber. My friend, Susan Branch, often selects quotes from Gladys' books to include in her artwork and blog. Of course, they are out of print...so I did a search and found this one, Country Chronicle. Delightful work! Gladys tells of the day to day living at Stillmeadow...the animals,the visitors, the conversations. You can't help but feel your grandmother is telling these stories. The pace is slower, of course, but isn't that what country life is all about?
Cointrius
I am of the older generation and growing up in a very small town I can relate to this author. She is able to articulate what country living is about. She puts a positive spin on the good and the bad of each season. Oh to be able to put my thoughts into words and write them down! This lady is the greatest.
Zugar
I am not far along in the book, but I am captivated from the first paragraph. I will enjoy it slowly.
Felhann
I love all of Gladys Taber's books about Stillmeadow, and this one does not disappoint. The Stillmeadow books always take me back to my happy childhood days of growing up in a tiny village surrounded by countryside.
Rindyt
I like her books, especially the StillMeadow books. I read them over and over.
White_Nigga
We like Gladys' books. Have all of the NF ones. Don't care for the fiction ones.
We travel with Gladys while reading her books. We live at Stillmeadow with her.
Paster
Love the book! It was at rip back in time to another place.....a beautiful, simply lived life!
This is only one of over 50 books written by Gladys Taber during her lifetime.

As with most of her books, the narrative is timeless. Gladys Taber writes about her natural surroundings of her country home, Stillmeadow. Her passion and support for the natural world, people, family, country and self come in an easy flowing rhetoric that grabs hold of the reader. Her personal attributes of giving, sharing, caring genuinely come across through her words. Some subject matter makes a person think, and some leaves a person content.

After reading this book, you may want to pursue other titles by Gladys Taber. I encourage you to do so.

If you like Gladys Taber as an author, a person; you might be interested in joining a group of over 400 like-minded fans - The Friends of Gladys Taber.