More Stories from the Round Barn e-book
by Jacqueline Dougan Jackson
Jacqueline Jackson is a retired Professor of English from the University of. .She considers her books Stories from the Round Barn and More Stories from the Round Barn to be her best work.
Jacqueline Jackson is a retired Professor of English from the University of Illinois at Springfield. She also taught children's literature at Kent State University. Ms. Jackson's for young readers are Julie's Secret Sloth, The Paleface Redskins, Chicken Ten Thousand, The Ghost Boat, and The Taste of Spruce Gum, a Notable Chil Jacqueline Jackson is a retired Professor of English from the University of Illinois at Springfield. Books by Jacqueline Jackson.
Jacqueline Jackson is a retired Professor of English from the University . In addition, Jacqueline has received the Dorothy Canfield Fisher children's book award. She has four daughters: Damaris (deceased), Gillian, Elspeth, and Megan.
Delicately filigreed vignettes of a Wisconsin farm life from children's-book author Jackson. In 1906, when his hearing failed, Jackson's grandfather abandoned his ministry and bought a dairy farm. By 1907, he was delivering milk, the bottles stoppered with a cap imprinted &.Dougan, The Babies' Milkman. He was a conscientious farmer who ran a tight and good ship, experimented intelligently, and treated his employees with respect.
Jacqueline Dougan Jackson published her first story at age ten and has gone on to author eleven books in addition to the popular Stories from the Round Barn (Northwestern, 1998). She teaches at the University of Illinois at Springfield. These are stories with an extra voltage. Not only will they bring children from play and old men from the chimney-corner, but they will delight all who have a proper sense of a vanishing America, the America of the small independent farm with (sometimes) a Round Barn. What I love in Jackson's energetic narrative.
Jackson's saga is our most detailed history of Midwest farming and dairying from 1900 to the 1970s. The Dougan farm was a top dairy, utilizing the latest developments in crops―including the early years of alfalfa and the advent of hybrid seed corn―and the beginning of artificial insemination and proved sires. Jackson writes with warmth and empathy, and we are the fortunate beneficiaries of her work. Jacqueline Dougan Jackson is the author of fourteen books, including: Stories from the Round Barn, More Stories from the Round Barn, and the first three volumes of The Round Barn, A Biography of an American Farm.
Jacqueline Jackson, noted author of many books, says that anyone, child or adult, who wants to write meaningfully .
In this much anticipated companion volume to Stories from the Round Barn, Jackson assembles a collection of rich narratives and a cast of inspirational characters to joyously illustrate life.
By Jackson, Jacqueline Dougan. Academic journal article TriQuarterly. Jackie thinks, here are the circles of the book. She draws a picture, starting with the silo and going out to the barn, and beyond. That's it," says Jackie, "if it were just flat
By Jackson, Jacqueline Dougan. By Jackson, Jacqueline Dougan. In the center of the land are the farm buildings. In the center of the buildings is the round barn. In the center of the barn rises a tall cement silo. That's it," says Jackie, "if it were just flat. But the book isn't flat, just as the barn isn't flat. She takes another sheet of paper. She draws another picture.
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Описание: This third volume of The Round Barn continues the story of the Dougan farm and its denizens, expanded .
The growing hybrid seed corn business is housed there. Rock County Breeders, the second artificial breeding co-op in the nation, hires Amos as their first inseminator, and Jackie learns the facts of (cow) life when she watches him in the barn. The book broadens its focus to general farming, as author Jacqueline Dougan Jackson describes the start and development of hybrid seed corn and artificial breeding on her family’s farm.
Jacqueline "Jackie" Dougan Jackson is the author of over a dozen books, including three about the family dairy farm in Wisconsin that her grandfather began at the turn of the 20th century
Jacqueline "Jackie" Dougan Jackson is the author of over a dozen books, including three about the family dairy farm in Wisconsin that her grandfather began at the turn of the 20th century.