There are countless collections of the nursery rhymes and children’s tales many of us know by heart.  This 1942 edition of The Real Mother Goose, with a copyright date of 1916, features pen and watercolor illustrations by Blanche Fisher Wright. Reprinted many times, it’s one of the best-selling children’s books of all time; this volume is worth about $65.  (Photo by Country Woman Magazine)

What's It Worth: Vintage Children's Books

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Before digging in this year, prepare your beds and your body for strain-free gardening and more enjoyment.

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Caring for your yard can get to be a chore. Here are some ideas to make gardening easier and more fun and still have a stunning yard.

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It’s hard to believe that most of the components of Christina’s dream kitchen had originally been tossed out, including the parts for this butterfly table, fashioned from two slabs of cedar, a delivery pallet, old tools and more.

Upcycled Dream Kitchen

What's old becomes new in this creative remodel that uses salvaged materials to create a dream kitchen for this hardworking homeowner.

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