The Quiltmaker's Gift

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Scholastic Inc., 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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A quiltmaker helps a selfish king learn that giving is the true secret to happiness. The heartwarming, strongly moral tale supports important values, and the detailed illustrations, featuring dozens of lovingly rendered quilt patterns offer hours of delight.

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User Review  - 4anotherquilt - Overstock.com

Nice story line and the quilt patterns are wonderful and true. It was a pleasure to look at the quilts presented and even inspired me to try a few of the block patterns. Read full review

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Gorgeous pictures. If my eyes were stronger I would have spent at least an hour examining all the details in them. I certainly did enjoy the larger ones, for example the soldiers in their pajamas. And ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Jeff brumbeau grew up in New York City, where he lived with his mother and sister in his wodowed grandmother's house. His mother worked hard to support her family, who struggled to get by.

Jeff has had a variety of jobs befitting a degree in English, he says, including pumping gas, carpentry, painting, working in a mail room, car wash, factory, and candy store, on an oil rig in Wyoming and in advertising.

He lives in Chicago and Taos with Marcia, his wife; Samantha, the opera singin Persian cat; and Louis, the daredevil alley cat.

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