Miss Flora McFlimsey's Christmas Eve

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Miss Flora McFlimsey's Christmas Eve

Miss Flora McFlimsey's Christmas Eve

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Abandoned for many years in an attic, Miss Flora leads a lonely life, her only companion young Timothy Mouse, who visits her from time to time. She also received many letters from grandmothers and great-grandmothers who remembered the nineteenth-century poem by William Allen Butler about the original Miss Flora McFlimsey, which was her inspiration for the Miss Flora stories.

The Miss Flora McFlimsey book series by multiple authors includes books Miss Flora McFlimsey's Easter Bonnet, Miss Flora McFlimsey and the Baby New Year, Miss Flora McFlimsey's Birthday, and several more.This masterpiece has been meticulously Reprinted in 2022, utilizing the invaluable guidance of the original edition published many years ago in 1949.

I remember reading Flora McFlimsy books when I was a very young child, checking them out at the library when I first was able to get a library card. The allure continues with Golden Leaf Printing that adds a touch of elegance, while Hand Embossing on the rounded spine lends an artistic flair. Mariana (Marian Foster Curtiss), the creator of Miss Flora McFlimsey and her little world of animals and dolls, was born in 1909, in Cleveland, Ohio. I am thinking of passing it on to my granddaughter for her new baby girl; hoping she will also cherish it. Product Disclaimer: Kindly be informed that, owing to the inherent nature of leather as a natural material, minor discolorations or textural variations may be perceptible.I loved this story of the little doll who has been forgotten in the attic by her (now-grown up) former owner, and finds a new child to love her one Christmas Eve. Originally published in 1949, and then reprinted in this 1988 edition, Miss Flora McFlimsey's Christmas Eve is the first of nine picture-books devoted to the adventures of this sweet, lady-like doll, whose name is taken from William Allen Butler's nineteenth-century children's poem, Nothing to Wear. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. A team of professionals has expertly processed each page, delicately preserving its content without alteration.



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