We're sorry. Functionality for this page is not supported in Internet Explorer 8 or older. Please upgrade the latest version of Internet Explorer, Chrome, or FireFox.
I read this book 25 years ago or so. When culling out my book collection recently, I came across my old paperback copy, which had fallen apart and was held together with a rubber band. I wanted to read the book again, but I knew I couldn't handle the loose pages, so I splurged and bought another copy! It will be my Christmas book this year. If you love this period of history, you will love this book. Anya Seton is a true story teller. I just wish she were still alive so she could write more!...Read more
I took the suggestion of somebody else and got a bunch of canning cookbooks from the library and then decided which ones I liked best. This one is at the top of the list. The layout is great. One recipe per page. And, the author includes the entire canning instructions for each recipe, instead of referring the reader back to previous pages. And the recipes are organized by the seasons of the year so that in the spring, you are looking at recipes for fruits that are in season in the spring, etc. I highly recommend this book....Read more
Got this as a Christmas gift for my grand nephew. Can't WAIT to give it to him so he can start 2011 off with this book. His dad is also excited because he wants to teach his sons real American history, not the politically correct, secular humanist stuff taught in government schools. Bill Bennett--you rock!...Read more