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[Reading] ➯ Le Journal de Frankie Pratt ➷ Caroline Preston – Hakkas.us

Le Journal de Frankie Pratt 1920 Frankie Pratt A 18 Ans L Ve Prometteuse, Lectrice Avertie, La Jeune Fille R Ve De Devenir Crivain Avec Une Machine Crire Corona Et Une Fantaisie D Archiviste, Elle Se Lance Dans Le R Cit De Ses Aventures Sous Forme De Scrapbook Tour Tour Tudiante, Danseuse De Charleston Amateur, R Dactrice De Potins Grand Tirage, Amoureuse Perdue De Mauvais Gar Ons, Elle Nous Entra Ne Dans Son Sillage, Du New York De La Prohibition Au Paris Des Ann Es FollesUn D Lice, Ce Roman Graphique Marie ClaireIrr Sistible Frankie PrattGrazia

[Reading] ➯ Le Journal de Frankie Pratt  ➷ Caroline Preston – Hakkas.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 233 pages
  • Le Journal de Frankie Pratt
  • Caroline Preston
  • French
  • 23 October 2017
  • 2266244361

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➯ Le Journal de Frankie Pratt ➷ Caroline Preston – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    My thoughts upon beginning this book Why, oh why, didn t I write this book It has everything I love scrapbook diary format, 1920s, ambitious young writer heroine, and oodles of beautiful vintage ephemera Sigh.My thoughts upon completing this book Still sighing swooning over all the full color vintage memorabilia on every page that the cover so giddily promises Since one of my favorite relaxing pastimes is browsing vintage greeting cards and magazines on etsy.com and buying a few of my My thoughts upon beginning this book Why, oh why, didn t I write this book It has everything I love scrapbook diary format, 1920s, ambitious young writer heroine, and oodles of beautiful vintage ephemera Sigh.My thoughts upon completing this book Still sighing swooning over all the full color vintage memorabilia on every page that the cover so giddily promises Since one of my favorite relaxing pastimes is browsing vintage greeting cards and magazines on etsy.com and buying a few of my very favorites when they are affordable and I have the spare change , and since I am especially drawn to the 1920s, I really could not be happier with Frankie s scrapbook Frankie, herself, is another matter I really wish I could have found her a kindred spirit, but ultimately I don t think we would have been very chummy Of course, I appreciated her ambition, her tenacity, her desire to become a ...


  2. says:

    Book 5 of 52I was pleasantly shocked that something like this existed Andthan a little excited to see if the format would actually tell a fulfilling story The vintage memorabilia was simply breathtaking, I loved all the little touches, and the style was completely accurate It all felt very real At one point a newspaper clipping mentioned the little old lady in Dubuque Iowa which I got very excited about, since many moons ago I was a proud Iowan When I mentioned the clipping to my Da Book 5 of 52I was pleasantly shocked that something like this existed Andthan a little excited to see if the format would actually tell a fulfilling story The vintage memorabilia was simply breathtaking, I loved all the little touches, and the style was completely accurate It all felt very real At one point a newspaper clipping mentioned the little old lady in Dubuque Iowa which I got very excited about, since m...


  3. says:

    Romantically VintageArtistically Tantalizing .Captivatingly Unique The Scorebook of Frankie Pratt was such a surprisingly delightful novel Sparse in verbiage but plentifully rich visually A story uniquely expressed through photographs, illustrations, memorabilia, movie posters, advertisements, menus, ticket stubs, magazine clippings, etc It really defies categorization.In essence, though, it s a journey a coming of age love story, of sorts set during the Roaring Twenties, rega Romantically VintageArtistically Tantalizing .Captivatingly Unique The Scorebook of Frankie Pratt was such a surprisingly delightful novel Sparse in verbiage but plentifully rich visually A story uniquely express...


  4. says:

    I never really understood the scrapbook craze of the early 2000s you know, the factory produced, mass marketed hobby characterized by rubber stamps, paper stencils and tubes of glitter My wife and I have been scrapbooking since we first started dating If you go to our upstairs guest bedroom and pull down a large book with swollen pages, you ll find a pair of movie theater ticket stubs for Flashdance and a small bouquet of dried violets It s the artifact from a particular night of young, h I never really understood the scrapbook craze of the early 2000s you know, the factory produced, mass marketed hobby characterized by rubber stamps, paper stencils and tubes of glitter My wife and I have been scrapbooking since we first started dating If you go to our upstairs guest bedroom and pull down a large book with swollen pages, you ll find a pair of movie theater ticket stubs for Flashdance and a small bouquet of dried violets It s the artifact from a particular night of young, heady romance.That s why I could never wrap my bra...


  5. says:

    This was such a fun book It wasn t full of literary complexity but I love books that pair art with writing I thought all the pictures were excellent and the historical references were very interesting I especially loved reading the old advertisements It s just sweet I would say for 15 and up becau...


  6. says:

    Original post at One More PageI m one of those people who tries to scrapbook I say try because as much as I try, I can t really make my scrapbook pages lookwell, as pretty and cute as the ones that other people do That, or maybe I just don t have that artsy vibe and the patience to do them But anyway, that never really stopped me from having fun with my planners, though Click to embiggen Top row 2006 planner thesis defense birthday week, Kalinga Luzon Bottom row, left 2010, 25th Original post at One More PageI m one of those people who tries to scrapbook I say try because as much as I try, I can t really make my scrapbook pages lookwell, as pretty and cute as the ones that other people do That, or maybe I just don t have that artsy v...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here According to the publisher, this is the first ever published novel in scrapbook form Before you groan and think about middle aged white women obsessing about what scrapbooking trinkets are on sale this week at Hobby Lobby, this graphic novel is made entirely from images of assembled Victorian, Edwardian, and Jazz Age ephemera.This is a quick read, but interested p...


  8. says:

    This book almost had enough vintage memorabilia to make my vintage loving heart explode The story was less than ideal, as there were no new nuances, not to mention a lot of name dropping Frankie met Edna St Vincent Millay, Sylvia Beach, AND James Joyce I m incredulous And a little jealous Except for the James Joyce part, as I consider him to be creepy But honestly, I didn t really mind too much it was still interesting to read, and let s face it, I was under the enchanted spell of the a This book almost had enough vintage memorabilia to make my vintage loving heart explode The story was less than ideal, as there were no new nuances, not to mention a lot of name dropping Frankie met Edna St Vincent Millay, Sylvia Beach, AND James Joyce I m incredulous And a little jealous Except for...


  9. says:

    With The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt, Caroline Preston has transcribed the imaginative journeys I take every time I set foot in an antique shop I love exploring these little treasure troves of our past, creating my own stories about the lives of the former owners of gorgeous Flapperclothes, long thin cigarette holders, Depression glassware and kitschy wall decorations I imagine the fun they had when they turned in the Worlds Fair or silent movie tickets whose stubs now remain, preserved under g With The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt, Caroline Preston has transcribed the imaginative journeys I take every time I set foot in an antique shop I love exploring these little treasure troves of our past, creating my own stories about the lives of the former owners of gorgeous Flapperclothes, long thin cigarette holders, Depression glassware and kitschy wall decorations I imagine the fun they had when they turned in the Worlds Fair or silent movie tickets whose stubs now remain, preserved under glass for posterity I wonder about the loves and passions symbolized by old, heavy wedding bands and pressed flowers.Similarly, in an imaginative and creative new literary form, Preston has blended a diverse collection of vintage material to recreate the history of Frankie Pratt, a modern 20s girl with dreams of becoming a writer Through its beautiful array of advertisements, newspaper clippings, fabric swatches, postcards and other memorabilia, Frankie s scrapbook documents her graduation...


  10. says:

    The Three Reasons Review is a simple way to get your thoughts out there about a book The reasons are as follows complete with fancy button 1 Reasons you chose this bookI lost count as to how many great reviews I read of this title so I knew that I had to read it and soon 2 Reasons you liked or disliked this bookI loved this book It was so fun to look at the ephemera from days gone by I would love to actually hold a scrapbook from this time period in my hands today What a treasure it wo The Three Reasons Review is a simple way to get your thoughts out there about a book The reasons are as follows complete with fancy button 1 Reasons you chose this bookI lost count as to how many great reviews I read of this title so I knew that I had to read it and soon 2 Reasons you liked or disliked this bookI loved this book It was so fun to look at the ephemera from days gone by I would love to actually hold a scrapbook from this time period in my hands today What a treasure it would be The pictures from the 1920 s are awesome I love the fashion and the hair I loved how the author set it up in chapters and allowed the scrapbook to really tell the story I m a scrapbooker too and this has helped get me back into the mood of recording the stories of my children and my story too 3 Reason...

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