Why do we call it the Perfect Gift - scroll down and see!
These ceramic coasters have a map of the Island on them. How cool? Not only do they remind you of your favorite island, but they keep your tabletops nice and dry. Yes, they absorb water. They measure 4" x 4" and have a cork backing (so they don't scratch your furniture).
These make a really nice gift.
The cost is $12 each but you can get 4 for $45.00
BIRD MEASURING SPOONS (not for measuring birds though). This winter, remember all the bright birds of summer with these gorgeous bird measuring spoons. Some of the birds are enameled in color and the bowls are shaped like flower petals.
The perfect way to add a little brightness to your winter baking. $16.95
By the way - One very creative person said that when you take the spoons off their tether, they make beautiful Christmas Tree ornaments! Wish we could take credit for that idea.
APPETIZER KNIVES - Oh how cute! These 6" long knives are perfect for butter, cheese, dips and spreads, or just for brightening up your breakfast toast.
We have Owls, Grapes and Birds and each is just $5.95.
GEORGIE THE JOVIAL GIRAFFE, by Grandma Marian- A delightful children's story, written in lyrical rhyme, that explains how friendly persistence will win the hearts of everyone around. Bright color illustrations will capture young readers' hearts.All profits from Grandma Marian's books benefit the Kelleys Island History Museum.
Hardcover, 9x11, color illustrations by Donna Sott, published by Bamar 1985 $10.00
BENI THE BASHFUL BEAVER, by Grandma Marian - A darling story which teaches children how important everyone's help can be. Beni overcomes his shyness just in time to save the day for the other beavers. A gentle moral at the end reminds us all one needs to succeed is to try. Illustrated. All profits from Grandma Marian's books benefit the Kelleys Island History Museum.
Hardcover, 36 pages, 9x11, color illustrations, published by Banmar 1987 $10.00
LOUIE THE MIRACLE ELEPHANT, by Grandma Marian - This book was published by the world-renowned Toledo Zoo. It is basically a kids version of the TRUE STORY of the birth of an elephant at the zoo. The name Louie was selected from hundreds of ideas contributed by zoo patrons and people from the community. For some reason it comes with a warning about realistic depiction of the reproductive process but the book is extremely kid friendly and the reference is to one tiny illustration of a sperm cell and egg. Other than that, it's just cute artwork of the parents and baby elephant and nothing graphic at all. Hardcover, 33 pages, 9x11, color illustrations by Vanessa Snyder, published in 2006 by the Toledo Zoo $10.00
All profits from Grandma Marian's books benefit the Kelleys Island History Museum.
I MET A GIANT PANDA, by Grandma Marian - Lyrical Rhyming text presents facts about pandas; their habits, food supply, and baby pandas. Reminds us how everything on earth is forever interlinked.
Spiral bound paperback, 8x10, black and white illustrations by Anne Smiecik, published by Banmar 1988 $10.00
MRS. PAM POLAR BEAR, by Grandma Marian - Grandma Marian mixes fact and fancy. You will learn what polar bears eat, their habits, their instincts and where cubs are born. Mrs. Pam Polar Bear gives birth to her cubs in a cave in the snow and later risks her life to defend them from their worst enemy, man.
Hardcover, 9x11,34 pages, illustrated by Lorraine T. Sullo, published by Banmar 1989 $10.00