Cinnamon Bear time is so soon! I’m so excited! I guess I will reblog my transcription every day from Thanksgiving till Christmas Eve. Oh, how I love this special radio show!!! This post is short and sweet. Friday is Cinnamon Bear day. All the characters: Cinnamon Bear, Crazy Quilt, and Judy and Jimmy will be … Continue reading Cinnamon Bear Time!
This is one that was inspired by the music band called Jethro Tull. I wrote this when I was a teenager. I was listening to the album Passion Play a lot, and there is an interlude called “The Hare That Lost Its Spectacles”, which starts just the way this one does, although mine has a … Continue reading The Story of the Frog That Lost Its Color!!!
Edwin August was born (let me take a deep breath before saying this) Edwin August Philip Von der Butz on November 10, 1883 in St. Louis Missouri, and died on March 4th, 1964. His mother was Sarah Mykins, and his father’s name was August Butz. Edwin August was one of the players of the legitimate stage … Continue reading Edwin August
There is a book that I have in my collection from 1917 called Twilight Tales for Little Folk. It’s such a sweet book! The illustration on the cover has Jack Horner sitting in a corner eating pie. He has a plum on his thumb and looks so very happy! Perhaps he is so happy because … Continue reading Antique Children’s Books Part 3: Mother Hubbard’s House Party
This is a super exciting Kickstarter for 5 silent films. These films are literally 100 years old, made in 1917 and were sold as a package to theaters. If they reach their goal, they are going to transfer all of these to one dvd, making it possible to see the feature, two shorts, and two … Continue reading Kickstarter for 5 Silent Films
Ok, so I admit that the first band that I really loved was the Beatles. John was my favorite. When I discovered his writings, I thought he was so clever! Here is one that was inspired by the writing style of John Lennon. Small Sam One day, there was a small man who was very … Continue reading Small Sam