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1 Tudor, Tasha A Tale For Easter
Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers 2001 0689828446 / 9780689828447 First Edition; Various Hardcover As New in As New dust jacket Illustrated by Author Signed by Author
Book and dust look new. Dust in mylar. Signed by Ms. Tudor on Title page. Tasha Tudor (August 28, 1915 – June 18, 2008) was an American illustrator and author of children's books.Tasha Tudor was born in Boston, Massachusetts as Starling Burgess. She was originally named after her father, the naval architect W. Starling Burgess, known as "the Skipper". As he was an admirer of the War and Peace character Natasha, his daughter was soon re-christened, and the name was eventually shortened to Tasha.When socializing with her mother's friends, Tudor was usually introduced as "Rosamund Tudor's daughter, Tasha", leading others to believe that her last name was Tudor. Liking the sound of it, she adopted the name and eventually changed her surname legally following her first divorce.[2] She married Thomas McCready in 1938 in Redding, Connecticut. Tasha and Thomas McCready purchased a large old farm in Webster, New Hampshire, where four children, Bethany, Seth, Thomas, and Efner, were raised. Her first story, Pumpkin Moonshine, was published in 1938, as a gift for a young niece of her husband. They were divorced in 1961, and her children legally changed their names from McCready to Tudor. A later marriage, to Allan John Woods, lasted only a brief time.[3]Tasha Tudor illustrated nearly one hundred books, the last being Corgiville Christmas, released in 2003. Several were collaborative works with a New Hampshire friend Mary Mason Campbell. Tudor lived in Marlboro, Vermont in a house copied from that of other New Hampshire friends Donn & Doris Purvis. Her son Seth built the replication and lives next door with his family. It is documented in Drawn from New England, and in The Private World of Tasha Tudor. Mother and son worked closely on family endeavors. Rare. ; Color Illustrations; 0.38 x 7.06 x 7.04 Inches; 32 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 99.97 USD
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2 Tudor, Tasha The Lord Is My Shepherd The Twenty-third Psalm
Philomel 1980 0399207562 / 9780399207563 First Edition; Fourteenth Printing Hardcover As New in As New dust jacket Illustrated by Tasha Tudor Signed by Author & Illustrator
Yellow cover. Dust and book look new. Dust in mylar cover. Signed by Ms. Tudor under animal on end paper. Signed in full Tasha Tudor. Tasha Tudor (August 28, 1915 – June 18, 2008) was an American illustrator and author of children's books. Tasha Tudor was born in Boston, Massachusetts as Starling Burgess. She was originally named after her father, the naval architect W. Starling Burgess, known as "the Skipper". As he was an admirer of the War and Peace character Natasha, his daughter was soon re-christened, and the name was eventually shortened to Tasha.When socializing with her mother's friends, Tudor was usually introduced as "Rosamund Tudor's daughter, Tasha", leading others to believe that her last name was Tudor. Liking the sound of it, she adopted the name and eventually changed her surname legally following her first divorce.[2] She married Thomas McCready in 1938 in Redding, Connecticut. Tasha and Thomas McCready purchased a large old farm in Webster, New Hampshire, where four children, Bethany, Seth, Thomas, and Efner, were raised. Her first story, Pumpkin Moonshine, was published in 1938, as a gift for a young niece of her husband. They were divorced in 1961, and her children legally changed their names from McCready to Tudor. A later marriage, to Allan John Woods, lasted only a brief time.[3]Tasha Tudor illustrated nearly one hundred books, the last being Corgiville Christmas, released in 2003. Several were collaborative works with a New Hampshire friend Mary Mason Campbell. Tudor lived in Marlboro, Vermont in a house copied from that of other New Hampshire friends Donn & Doris Purvis. Her son Seth built the replication and lives next door with his family. It is documented in Drawn from New England, and in The Private World of Tasha Tudor. Mother and son worked closely on family endeavors. Rare. ; Illustrations; 0.5 x 8 x 6.8 Inches; 24 pages; Signed by Author & Illustrator 
Price: 109.97 USD
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3 Tudor, Tasha, with Carol Johnston Lueck The Tasha Tudor Cookbook Recipes and Reminiscences from Corgi Cottage (Author Signed)
New York, NY Little, Brown and Company 1993 0316855316 / 9780316855310 First Edition; Fourth Printing Hardcover As New in As New dust jacket Illustrated by Tasha Tudor Signed by Author
Looks new. Dust is in archival sleeve. Signed by author on page before title page. Features more than 80 of Tasha Tudor's favorite family recipes. These receipts—from Tasha’s Poppyseed Cake to Shepherds Pie, Potato Soup to Chocolate Pudding—have been the mainstay of Tasha's family for generations, and are, for the most part, from the original cookbook she began as a young woman. The simple, comforting, and delicious receipts are accompanied by her beautiful watercolors and new photographs of the food and Tasha’s homestead. World-renowned artist Tasha Tudor charmed and fascinated fans with her sweet illustrations and simple lifestyle. This cookbook echoes the cultural and family narrative so accurately and beautifully reflected in Tasha Tudor's art and life. The receipts (what she called recipes) also suggest Tasha's philosophy. "In all things moderation," she would say, then with a laugh, "except gardening."; Illustrations; 9.10 X 8.20 X 0.70 inches; 144 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 109.97 USD
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