The Hunky-Dory Dairy

The Hunky-Dory Dairy

Anne Lindbergh Julie Brinckloe / May 24, 2020

The Hunky Dory Dairy When eleven year old Zannah McFee goes out to buy milk and a newspaper she stumbles upon a dairy and its inhabitants who have been magically zapped from the s into the s Zannah introduces the

  • Title: The Hunky-Dory Dairy
  • Author: Anne Lindbergh Julie Brinckloe
  • ISBN: 9780152374495
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When eleven year old Zannah McFee goes out to buy milk and a newspaper, she stumbles upon a dairy and its inhabitants who have been magically zapped from the 1800s into the 1980s Zannah introduces them to modern conveniences and makes plans to move into the haunted dairy.

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    About "Anne Lindbergh Julie Brinckloe"

      • Anne Lindbergh Julie Brinckloe

        Anne Spencer Lindbergh, daughter of Anne Morrow Lindbergh and Charles Lindbergh sister of Reeve Lindbergh.Also published under the name Anne Lindbergh Feydy.New York Times obituary


    271 Comments

    1. I came across this cover and I immediately remembered how I used to (often) mistake the title of this book as "The Hunky-Dory Diary." I really expected this book to be about a diary, not a dairy.


    2. 03/27/12-I had strep this week, so I went for my go-to feel good book. :)When I was a kid, I would check this book out at the library like every other visit. I didn't get my own copy until a few years ago when I found a hardbound, library copy on and knew I had to have it. I'm not sure what it is about this book that I love so much's a simple quick read with a plot that's been done before and probably better. But, I don't knowI just adore itad the full review here!Reread May 2009-My favoritest [...]


    3. Wow, this review was one of those crappy ones Still, this book is a good one, one of those which really isn't that great but you loved as a ten year old. So then you pass it on to your ten year old. And so on until the book falls apart. Because that has happened.It was really amazing that Zannah goes into another century time period. And she meets another girl. Her mother gets married to the girl she meets father. That comes way later on in the story.


    4. Though there are certain logistical problems which bother my adult self a lot more than my 10 year old self, I found this book to be just as charming and wonderful as I remembered it being. And even though it's a middle readers book, it absorbed me enough to make me miss my stop! Recommended for all ages.


    5. Eleven-year-old Zannah McFee the girl jumps in the milkman's wagon one day and goes back in time to the a dairy trapped in the 1800's where the people there never age. She tries to bring them up to speed with technology and ideas of her times (1980's). Yet another childhood favorite - I read everything Anne Lindbergh wrote.



    6. I loved this book as a kid. I think it may have started my love for time travel stories. I need to pull it out for my kids to read now.



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