|Statement||a book on home architecture, by E. C. Gardner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
Well this book is amazing. 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 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. What began as a doctoral thesis in sociology at the Ontario Inst /5(3). "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 with its surroundings and conducive to the health and comfort of. With more than "70 doors and windows plus pop-up surprises," The House That Jill Built by Phyllis Root, illus. by Delphine Durand, traces the growth of the girl's abode as various recognizable characters take up residence. Jill builds a cozy house for herself and her :
The House That Jill Built is perfect for women of all skill levels, from the experienced do-it-her-selfer to the woman who doesn't know the difference between a stud finder and a palm sander, to the woman who is looking to move on to more complex or large-scale : Judy Ostrow. Book Description: In The House That Jill Built, Becki Ross explores the dedicated struggle of a largely white, middle-class group of lesbian feminists to subvert the history of lesbian invisibility and persecution by claiming a collective, empowering, public presence in Toronto during the mid- to late s. Get this from a library! 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. A witty conceit of a favourite nursery rhyme - with over 70 pop-ups and flaps! Jill's little house is so cosy and perfect, all her nursery-rhyme neighbours would like a room of their own.
Taken at a single dose, the counsel was confusing, to say the least; but Jill read it faithfully, laid it away for future reference, and gave the summary to her husband somewhat as follows: "It appears, Jack, my dear, to be absolutely indispensable to our future happiness that the . Preview this book» What people are The House that Jill Built: After Jack's Had Proved a Failure Eugene Clarence Gardner Full view - The House that Jill Built: After Jack's Had Proved a Failure Eugene Clarence Gardner Full view - The House That Jill Built, after Jack's Had Proved a Failure. The House That Jill Built: A Woman's Guide to Home Building eBook: Ostrow, Judy, Leffler, Karen: : Kindle Store/5(3). Obsessive-compulsive flap-lifters will be particularly pleased by the multitude of tiny doors, windows and cupboards in this exercise in cumulative carpentry. Capable Jill and her feline assistant find themselves building room after room onto the cozy house they've just finished, as Little Jack Horner, Little Bo Peep, three kittens, a dish, a spoon and numerous other nursery-rhyme denizens arrive.