More than anything else in the china cabinet, Mary Ellen Stutzman likes her mother's gold carnival pitcher. With its glowing rainbow colors, the pitcher is the most beautiful one that Mary Ellen has ever seen. Not only is it a lovely pitcher, but it is also a precious heirloom that once belonged to Daudy Kauffman.
Sometimes Mary Ellen wonders how the pitcher was made. How did the glass get its rainbow colors? What other stories lay hidden in that beautiful, old pitcher?
To her surprise, Mary Ellen is to find out some of the secrets of the gold carnival pitcher. But the greatest surprise is yet to come!
- 1. The Gold Carnival Pitcher
- 2. Gift for a Bride
- 3. A Surprise for Rebekah
- 4. The Glass Collector
- 5. The Dealer's Story
- 6. What Happens to the Pitcher?
- 7. A Family Meeting
- 8. Mother and Father Decide
- 9. Goodbye to the Pitcher