1. English Folk and Fairytales by Joseph Jacobs
2. Ghostgirl by Tonya Hurley
3. The Secret Lives of Princesses by Philippe Lechermeier
4. Gothic Classics Volume 14 by Graphic Classics.
5. Little Red Riding Hood (Pop Wonderland Series) by Michiyo Hayano
6. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Pop Wonderland Series) by Michiyo Hayano
7. Baba Yaga and Vasilisa the Brave by Marianna Mayer and Kinuko Craft
8. Sleeping Beauty by Mahlon F. Craft and Kinuko Craft
9. Cinderella by Kinuko Craft
10. The Adventures of Tom Thumb by Marianna Mayer and Kinuko Craft
11. The Yellow Fairy Book by Andrew Lang
12. Child of Faerie: Child of Earth by Jane Yolen and Jane Dyer
13. Cinderella's Dress by Nancy Willard and Jane Dyer
14. Cupid and Psyche by M. Charlotte Craft and Kinuko Craft
15. King Midas and the Golden Touch by M. Charlotte Craft and Kinuko Craft
16. Snow Princess by Susan Paradis
17. The Twelve Dancing Princesses by Marianne Mayer and Kinuko Craft
18. The Firebird by DEMI
19. The Emperor's New Clothes by DEMI
20. Sleeping Beauty by Trina Schart Hyman
21. The Elves and the Shoemaker by Jim LaMarche
22. Little Red Riding Hood by Trina Schart Hyman
23. Rapunzel by Trina Schart Hyman
24. The Victorian Home by Kathryn Ferry
25. Japanese Schoolgirl Confidential: How Teenage Girls Made a Nation Cool by Brian Ashcraft and Shoko Ueda
26. Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms by Fumiyo Kouno
27. My Girlfriend's a Geek v.1.0 (novel) by Pentabu
28. Swan Lake by Trina Schart Hyman
29. Saint George and the Dragon by Trina Schart Hyman
30. Library Wars: Love and War Volume 2 by Kiiro Yumi
31. Alice in the Country of Hearts Volume 4 by Quinrose and Hoshino Soumei
1. Gather a Harvest by Lizzie Kate
2. Started Rose in the Morning by Little House Needleworks
3. Halloween freebie by Carmela
1. Eek pillow by Pine Mountain Designs
Hi, everyone! I hope you had a great month of October and that the weather was perfect for your Fall and Halloween celebrations.
As you can see, I've read more than I've stitched, but let me assure you that a great many of those books are children's literature as my local museum is having a Fairy Tale Art exhibition on children's illustrators and I couldn't resist checking out more of the illustrators' books at the library to look at the range of their work.
Can you believe that it is already November? Not that I'm complaining, I love the fall season, but I didn't think it would go fast. It might due to the fact that we didn't get a feel of Fall weather in the air until October and of course we had a week or two of warmer temps creeping back before returning to the 40s.
I hope to do some holiday stitching this month and maybe finish some older patterns that I stitched up over the last two years.
Until next time ^____^