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Apple Pie A, B, C.
1 Apple Pie A, B, C.
McLoughlin Bros Paperback Used. Good. Paperback 
Used paper bound copy in Good Antiquarian Condition of Apple Pie A, B, C. Six pages plus covers (8) illustrated in color, and four (4) pages with black & white illustrations. This edition with a baker holding an apple pie on the front cover is bound by two staples plus two additional staples: Staples are rusted. Original staples are present with each being re-stapled. Spine edge is rubbed with paper top layer rubbed off. Pages have no added marking or notations, paper is lightly ruffled and shows visible spots of light finger soil and age browning throughout. This copy is three sheets saddle stitched to create an 8 x 6.25 inch book, 10 pages plus front and back covers. The two outer pages are split at the spine tail 2 inches reaching to bottom staple. The center pages are not split but have creases at top center area. Front and back covers look visibly soiled and ruffled with scrape at top removing part of the letters S and E in the word Series. Copyrighted 1890 by McLoughlin Bro's, New York. Alphabet Series. No other publication information indicated. 
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Sunbonnet Sue and Overalls Jim: A Silent Reader with Pictures to Color, Aitch, N. Howard; Hull, M.A. [illustrator]
2 Aitch, N. Howard; Hull, M.A. [illustrator] Sunbonnet Sue and Overalls Jim: A Silent Reader with Pictures to Color
Hall and McCreary Company 1928 Softcover Acceptable No Jacket Softcover 
Good Minus Condition: A scarce, fragile copy. Unmarked. Complete. Age toning. A few short edge tears. Cover and center page loose from book. Staple rust. Cover shows wear, spine rubbed through in spots, a few stains, and rough, worn and rounded spine tail. Scarce vintage copy of Sunbonnet Sue and Overalls Jim: A Silent Reader with Pictures to Color by N.. Howard Aitch. Coloring illustrations by M.A. Hull. Silent Reading, Seat Work, Thought Tests. Chicago: Hall and McCreary Company, 1928. 32 pages. Pages perforated for removal. 10.25 x 6.75 inches, 18 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
Price: 44.95 USD
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Andy Grant's Pluck Complete Edition (M.A. Donohue Paper Over Boards edition), Alger, Jr., Horatio
3 Alger, Jr., Horatio Andy Grant's Pluck Complete Edition (M.A. Donohue Paper Over Boards edition)
M.A. Donohue and Company (Chicago IL) ca. 1902 Reprint Hardcover Good No Jacket Hardcover 
Good Minus Vintage Condition hardcover paper over boards book copy of Andy Grant's Pluck Complete Edition by Horatio Alger, Jr. Chicago: M.A. Donohoe and Company, ca. 1902. Reprint edition. 7-3/8 x 4-7/8 x 1/2 inches, 19 cm. 248 pages, advertisements. CONDITION NOTES: Published as an inexpensive book for the general public, this edition used a lightweight paper, now moderately age toned. Ink print uneven. Pages unmarked. Illustrated cover with patch of surface paper missing. Oval spot of paper missing mid spine, spine head and tail ragged. All corners bumped worn to boards. Printed illustration on paper printed to resemble tan cloth shows very little color loss. Moderate outer soil. Binding shaken (loose) but intact. Summary: When his father can no longer afford to pay for his education, young Andy Grant experiences both good and bad fortune as he tries to make his way in the world. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Don Sturdy Across the North Pole, or Cast Away in the Land of Ice (Don Sturdy Series 4), Appleton, Victor [pseud. John W. Duffield]
4 Appleton, Victor [pseud. John W. Duffield] Don Sturdy Across the North Pole, or Cast Away in the Land of Ice (Don Sturdy Series 4)
New York Grosset and Dunlap 1925 Hardcover Good No Jacket Hardcover 20 cm 
Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Age toned with scattered brown foxing spots. Scattered visible soil, moderate visible outer soil. Cover shows wear to extremities including stains and some thread fraying to Dark red cloth boards. Bumped corners. Spine shift to 0.25 inch. Used vintage hardcover print book copy of Don Sturdy Across the North Pole, or Cast Away in the Land of Ice. Wrapper (dustjacket) missing. Blank white endpapers. New York: Grosset and Dunlap 1925. iv, 214 pages. 5-1/4 x 7-5/8 x 1-1/8 inches, 20 cm. Description: A great polar blizzard nearly wrecks the airship of the explorers. One plate, a glossy frontispiece in black and white. Illustration by Walter S. Rogers with the caption: As the walrus turned his head Don fired. From Wikipedia: Don Sturdy is a fictional character in the Don Sturdy series of 15 American children's adventure novels published between 1925 and 1935. All but one book were written by John W. Duffield. All 15 were published by Victor Appleton, a house name used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Chicken Little (Platt & Munk No. 3100-A), Banks, Eulalie [illustrator]
5 Banks, Eulalie [illustrator] Chicken Little (Platt & Munk No. 3100-A)
Platt & Munk 1932 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good condition: Unmarked. Cover shows light pencil notation and moderate outer soil. Intact stapled binding. Spine split from tail 1-5/8 inches. Vintage paper pamphlet type book copy of Chicken Little by illustrated by Eulalie Banks. Published by Platt and Munk Co., Inc., 1932. Number 3100-H. 10 unnumbered pages. Made in U.S.A. This issue edition most likely from a book set. Story: A little rock falls on Chicken Little's head and she is certain that it from the sky that is falling. As Chicken Little is scurrying as fast as she can to tell the king the terrible news, she meets up with many of her friends. Telling with great drama the news of impending doom, they join in the mad dash to the throne. When the group meets Foxy Loxy who want to come along by way of a shortcut through his cave, a squirrel warns them of Foxy Loxy's intentions and helps them get away. Finally they reach the king he shows them that it was only a little pebble that fell from somewhere onto Chicken Little's head and the sky is most certainly not falling down.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Gingerbread Boy (Platt & Munk No. 3100-D), Banks, Eulalie [illustrator]
6 Banks, Eulalie [illustrator] The Gingerbread Boy (Platt & Munk No. 3100-D)
Platt and Munk Co., Inc. 1932 Softcover Good No Jacket Softcover 
Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Moderate visible outer soil. Intact stapled binding. Spine split from tail 2.25 inches and head 1 inch. Two edge tears to 0.75 inch. Vintage paper pamphlet type book copy of The Gingerbread Boy. Illustrated by Eulalie Banks. Published by Platt and Munk Co., Inc., 1932. Number 3100-D. Made in U.S.A. This issue edition most likely from a book set. In this version of the Gingerbread Boy story an old woman with no children of her own bakes her dough into a little boy with clothing. wishing for the ginger cake to turn into a little ginger man. From the oven she hears, Open the door, open the door, I want to come out and play on the floor. But when the woman opens her oven door the willful ginger man ran out of the house and down the road, encountering people and animals on the way. When a wildcat invites him in to be eaten for dinner, the ginger man runs as fast as he can back home and into the arms of the old woman.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Three Little Pigs (Platt & Munk 3100-H), Banks, Eulalie [illustrator]
7 Banks, Eulalie [illustrator] Three Little Pigs (Platt & Munk 3100-H)
Platt & Munk 1932 Softcover Good No Jacket Softcover 
Good condition: Unmarked. Minor visible outer soil. Intact stapled binding. Spine split from tail 2.25 inches. First leaf split from tail 1 inch. Vintage paper pamphlet type book copy of Three Little Pigs by illustrated by Eulalie Banks. Published by Platt and Munk Co., Inc., 1932. Number 3100-H. 10 unnumbered pages. Made in U.S.A. This issue edition most likely from a book set. In this early version of the Three Little Pigs story when the wolf cannot blow down the house built of bricks he tries to trick the pig out of his house using a field of turnips, an apple orchard, and then a trip to the fair. Each time the wolf is not as clever as the little pig. After a day at the fair where little pig number 3 buys a butter churn he encounters the wolf on his way home. Little pig quickly gets inside the churn and rolls faster and faster down a hill. When the wolf sees the butter churn rolling out of control down the hill he is terribly frightened and runs away, never to be seen again.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Real Book About Ships, Block, Irvin; Lee, Manning deV [illustrator]
8 Block, Irvin; Lee, Manning deV [illustrator] The Real Book About Ships
New York Garden City Books 1953 Book Club Edition Hardcover Very Good Good Hardcover 22 cm Manning deV 
Very Good/Good Condition: Unmarked pages. Tight binding. Lightly bumped corners. Bumped spine at head and tail, other cover wear very minor. Dustjacket shows good color with edges nicked and showing short tears, minor visible soil overall. We have added a clear Brodart protective cover over the dustjacket. Used vintage hardcover book with dustjacket copy of The Real Book About Ships by Irvin Block. Illustrated by Manning deV. Lee. Edited by Helen Hoke. Illustrated endpapers. From primitive canoes to modern ocean liners, the exciting story of ships and sailing. Real Books Series. Top edges stained red. Garden City NY: Garden City Books. Copyright 1953 by Franklin Watts, Inc. Book Club Edition. 190 pages. 5.75 x 8.5 inches, 22 cm. From the dustjacket: Real Books offer something unique in the world of reading for young people. Real Books harness the reader's natural appetite for fun and excitement to an equally natural curiosity about the real world we live in. Written by fine authors, illustrated by well-known modern artists, carefully checked by experts, and set in a handsome format, each book introduces the reader to an exciting new field of interest. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
Price: 8.95 USD
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The Traveling Musicians (A Sunny Book), Brothers Grimm; Tingel, Dollie [illustrator]
9 Brothers Grimm; Tingel, Dollie [illustrator] The Traveling Musicians (A Sunny Book)
Samuel Lowe Co. 1970 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Minus Condition: Cover shows wear, spine wear, missing corner, rubbing, fading and soil. Cover is intact with book block. As typical staples show rust. Pages show illustrations with bright color and a few minor light soil spots. Used vintage paperback book copy of The Traveling Musicians by the Brothers Grimm. Illustrated by Dolli Tingel. Book number 1910 in Sunny Book series published by Samuel Lowe Company, Kenosha WI. Copyright 1970 by James and Jonathan, Inc. A retelling of the Bremen Town Musicians by the Brothers Grimm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Fire fighters, Bruce Grant (author); Jack Merryweather (illustrator)
10 Bruce Grant (author); Jack Merryweather (illustrator) Fire fighters
Rand McNally Publishers 1971-01-01 Start Right Elf Book Edition Paperback Used. Very Good Minus. Paperback 
intage small size paperback picture book in Very Good Minus Condition of Fire Fighters by Bruce Grant, illustrated by Jack Merryweather. Unmarked, age toned paper, intact tight binding, front cover shows spot of visible sticker damage otherwise very minor cover wear and outer soil. From the front cover: This Start Right Elf book is educationally sound. This book describes fire fighter equipment and what fire fighters do to prevent and put out fires. See statemtn on back cover. Rand McNally Publishers, 1971. Unpaged. 5.5 x 4.25 inches, 14 cm. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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Fear in the Forest, Cateau De Leeuw; Illustrator-Leonard Vosburgh
11 Cateau De Leeuw; Illustrator-Leonard Vosburgh Fear in the Forest
Thomas Nelson & Sons 1960 Hardcover Used. VG/G Used. Good. Hardcover 
Used hardcover with dustjacket copy in Very Good/Good Condition. This may be a former library copy. Book has a couple ink notations on the copyright page and dedication page otherwise unmarked, erasure on front free endpaper. Lightly age toned paper. Tight binding. Cover shows minor shelfwear, top corners lightly bumped. Light outer soil. Dustjacket shows moderate soil overall, short tears and nicks all around, missing piece at back endflap top, scrape on spine near tail. Protective Brodart Mylar covering added over dustjacket. Back endflap is a bookmark that can be cut from dustjacket and blanks to fill in owner information. Summary: An orphan boy whose father has been killed by Indians must overcome his fear of the vast forests of the Northwest Territory when he joins a pack-horse brigade. 
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Hanna-Barbera's Shazzan: The Glass Princess (Big Little Book 2024), Christensen, Don
12 Christensen, Don Hanna-Barbera's Shazzan: The Glass Princess (Big Little Book 2024)
Whitman Publishing 1968 Hardcover Good No Jacket Hardcover 
Good Condition: Cover shows moderate wear, visible soil. Moderate age toning. Pages unmarked. Solid binding. 1 page shows full vertical crease. Vintage hardcover book copy of Hanna-Barbera's Shazzan (ShaZan): The Glass Princess by Don Christensen. Big Little Book 2024. Authorized edition. Racine WI: Whitman Publishing Division, Western Publishing Co., Inc., 1968. Later printing. 248 numbered pages. Color illustrations. 5 x 3.75 inches, 13 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Wenonah's stories for children, Clara Louise Burnham
13 Clara Louise Burnham Wenonah's stories for children
Boston, Mass. : Harmony Shop 1918 Hardcover Collectible: Very Good. Hardcover 
Used vintage copy in Very Good Condition of Wenonah's Stories for Chidren by Clara Louise Burnham. Unmarked with 1 erasure inside back cover (back pastedown). Hinges are not loose but showing to sewn binding in several places. Binding is solid, spine shifted less than 1/4-inch. Some visible age-toning. Midnight-blue cloth boards with lightly soiled but not worn gilt stamped lettering front and spine, picture pasted cover illustration a bit darkened with age but looking in excellent shape. Some visible shelfwear but no fraying, all corners lightly bumped. Moderate outer page-edge soil top and bottom, side edges not so much. An Indian maiden tells stories to two vacationing children. This edition published by The Harmony Shop, Boston MA, copyright 1918 by A. M. Davis, no additional printings indicated. No dustjacket. 113 pages + advertising pages. 7-1/2 x 5 x 5/8 inches, 19 cm. 
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Winter on the Johnny Smoker, Comfort, Mildred Houghton; Pitz, Henry C. [illustrator]
14 Comfort, Mildred Houghton; Pitz, Henry C. [illustrator] Winter on the Johnny Smoker
Minneapolis, MN T.S. Denison Co., Inc. 1962 Hardcover Very Good Good Hardcover 
Very Good/Good Condition: One ink notation (name) otherwise unmarked. Solid binding. Cover boards show corner tipwear. Dustjacket shows fading to spine, ear to edges top and bottom. We have added a clear Brodart protective cover over the dustjacket. Vintage hardcover book with dustjacket copy of Winter on the Johnny Smoker by Mildred Houghton Comfort. Illustrated by Henry C. Pitz. Illustrated endpapers. Minneapolis MN: T.S. Denison Co., Inc., 1962. Seventh printing, January 1963. First published by William Morrow and Co., Inc., 1943. iv, 218 pages. Summary: A story of Read's Landing on the Minnesota shores of the Mississippi in 1874-75. Captain Dustin had just bought the 'Johnny Smoker, ' a little side-wheeler, and the family were to spend the winter on board while Captain Dustin and his sons cut timber until the spring thaw. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Coach at West Mackenzie (Moody Colportage Library 284), Coray, Henry W.
15 Coray, Henry W. The Coach at West Mackenzie (Moody Colportage Library 284)
Moody Press 1951 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Vintage Condition: Notations to inside back cover, stamped notation to half title page, Card pocket with card inside front cover. Gummed label attached to title page: Award to Lauren J Udden from the Bible Memory Association, St. Louis, Missouri. Text of story pages unmarked. Moderately age toned. Vintage paperback book copy of The Coach at West Mackenzie by Henry W. Coray. Moody Colportage Library 284. Chicago IL: Moody Press (Moody Bible Institute of Chicago), 1951. 128 pages. Printed in the United States of America. 4.75 x 6.75 inches, 18 cm. Henry W. Coray (1904-2002) was missionary to Manchuria, China and pastor in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Mystery at Trembling-T (Kid's Adventure Series), Craig Massey; Eunice Bolt [Illustrator]
16 Craig Massey; Eunice Bolt [Illustrator] Mystery at Trembling-T (Kid's Adventure Series)
Zondervan Publishing House 1953-01-01 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Plus Vintage Condition used pamphlet type paperback book copy titled Ruff of Thunder Falls by Rev. Craig Massey. Eunice Bolt, illustrator. Collectible book in the genre of Christian fiction. CONDITION NOTES: Solidly intact saddle stitched (stapled) binding. Writing in ink inside front cover otherwise unmarked. Moderate visible cover wear. DESCRIPTION: From the Preface: Because of the recognized dearth of wholesome, action filled fiction for youngsters in the preteen age group, Rev. Craig Massey, author of the best selling Indian Drums and Broken Arrows, was commissioned by the Publishers to begin work on a new series of short illustrated stories for boys and girls eight to twelve years of age. This booklet is one of the first of four of these stories to be published. It is interestingly illustrated by Eunice Bolt with plenty of action in the narrtive. It is the Author's prayer, as well as that of the Publishers, that these stories be used of God to bring blessing to youngsters everywhere. Grand Rapids MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1953. 25 pages. 5.25 x 7.5 inches, 19 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
Price: 8.75 USD
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Little Sunshine's Holiday: A Picture from Life, Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock
17 Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock Little Sunshine's Holiday: A Picture from Life
New York A.L. Burt 9999 Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Hardcover 5 x 7.25 inches, 19 cm 
Very Good Minus Vintage Condition: Notation to first page (To Miss Pearl Ahrens from Aunt Lena). Age-toned paper, few scattered foxing spots. Solid binding. Spine shift to 1/8 inch. Minor wear to extremities, moderate outer soil. Vintage hardcover book copy of Little Sunshine's Holiday: A Picture from Life by Miss Mulock. With five black and white illustrations by George E. Graves. Stamped black illustration on blue cloth boards. Spine title in vignette on gilt background. New York: A.L. Burt. No publication date. 301 pages. 5 x 7.25 inches, 19 cm. Shipping weight 2 pounds: Additional shipping fee may be requested on international order. Miss Mulock was Dinah Maria Mulock, later Mrs. Craik (1826-1887), was an English novelist and poet. Little Sunshine's Holiday was first published by in London by Sampson Low and in the U.S.A. BY Harper and Brothers in 1871. It was the first volume in the John Halifax Series of Girls' Books, a series written, edited, or translated by the author of John Halifax (John Halifax, Gentleman is a novel by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik, first published in 1856.) Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Adopted Jane, Daringer, H.R.
18 Daringer, H.R. Adopted Jane
Scholastic, Inc 1972 First Thus (First Scholastic Pri Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Condition: Notation to outer page edges otherwise unmarked. Age toned paper. Moderate cover wear and outer soil. Vintage paperback book copy of Adopted Jane by H.R. Daringer. Illustrated by Kate Seredy. Scholastic book number TX2270. New York: Scholastic Book Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.). First Scholastic printing October, 1972. Reprint edition. Printed in U.S.A. Originally published by Harcourt Brace. 192 pages. 5-1/4 x 7-5/8 inches, 20 cm. Jane, a nine years old, has never had the opportunity to leave the orphanage to go to a real home for a summer holiday. This summer she received two offers. While away from home she learns about herself, the outside world, and the different dispositions of the people who she comes to know. Best of all, Jane finds a home. H.R. Daringer was Helen Fern Daringer (1894-1986), a native of Illinois who after receiving her Masters diploma taught English at Columbia University. Kate Seredy (1899-1975) was a Hungarian born writer and illustrator of children's books. Seredy was received a Newbery Medal for White Stag which she wrote and illustrated, Newbery honors for The Good Master and The Singing Tree, and Caldecott Honor retroactively for her illustrations in The Christmas Angel by Ruth Sawyer. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
Price: 2.95 USD
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A Christmas Carol (Scholastic Star Edition TX 450), Dickens, Charles; Beck, Charles [illustrator]
19 Dickens, Charles; Beck, Charles [illustrator] A Christmas Carol (Scholastic Star Edition TX 450)
Scholastic Book Services 1962 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Vintage Condition: Unmarked. Moderate age toning. Tight binding. Minor visible cover wear including small scrape at spine tail, back. Minor visible outer soil. Used vintage paperback book copy of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Illustrated by Charles Beck. Scholastic Star Edition TX 450. New York: Scholastic Book Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.),15 September 1962. Third printing September 1964. 122 pages. 5-1/4 x 7-6/8 inches, 20 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Tomahawk Shadow, Faulkner, Nancy pseud. Anne Irvin Faulkner
20 Faulkner, Nancy pseud. Anne Irvin Faulkner Tomahawk Shadow
Doubleday and Co., Inc. 1959 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Good Hardcover 
Very Good/Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Red cloth boards show minor shelfwear. Dustjacket shows moderate wear and soil overall, tear at front endflap fold. We have added a clear Brodart protective cover over the jacket. Vintage hardcover book with dustjacket: Tomahawk Shadow by Nancy Faulkner, pseudonym for Anne Irvin Faulkner (1906-2002). Written for youth ages 12 to 16 years. A Plymouth apprentice flees to freedom in Roger Williams' Providence Colony and becomes involved in King Philip's Indian War. Colonial America historical fiction. Jacket by W.K. Plummer. Garden City NY: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1959. First edition. Price on jacket 2.95. 215 pages. 5-7/8 x 8-1/2 x 3/4 inches, 22 cm. 
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Angus and the Cat (Scholastic TW 4493), Flack, Marjorie
21 Flack, Marjorie Angus and the Cat (Scholastic TW 4493)
Scholastic Book Services 1931 reprint Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Solid binding. Complete. First 3 pages separated from book block 1 inch at bottom. Lightly age toned. Cover shows moderate wear, 2 notations, 0.5-inch inch tear at bottom middle on back. Vintage Scholastic paperback book copy of Angus and the Cat by Marjorie Flack. Scholastic TW 4493. New York: Scholastic Book Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.), 1951. Unnumbered pages. 8-1/8 x 6 inches, 16 cm. The story of Angus the Scottish Terrier who is trying to control a cat who always gets away until the end of the story when they make friends.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? (Scholastic TW3578), Fritz, Jean; Tomes, Margot [illustrator]
22 Fritz, Jean; Tomes, Margot [illustrator] And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? (Scholastic TW3578)
Scholastic Book Services 1973 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Moderate age toning. Moderate visible cover wear, minor outer soil. Vintage paperback book copy of And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? by Jean Fritz. Pictures by Margot Tomes. Scholastic number TW3578. New York: Scholastic Book Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.), 1973. Reprint edition. Accelerated Reader 5.3. AR points 1.0. Summary: A humorous biography of Paul Revere, covering more than his famous ride, like life in Boston in the 1700s. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Cat in the Hat 50th Birthday Party Edition, Geisel, Theodor (Dr. Seuss)
23 Geisel, Theodor (Dr. Seuss) The Cat in the Hat 50th Birthday Party Edition
Random House 2007 039480001X / 9780394800011 Hardcover Like New No Jacket Hardcover 
Like New Condition: New hardcover book copy of The Cat in the Hat 50th Birthday Party Edition that has been protected from rubbing and handling wear since arriving from publisher showing very small manufacture cover imperfections to shiny blue cover. New York: Random House, 2007. 6.75 x 9.25 inches, 24 cm. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Adventure Book of Insects (Capitol Adventure Series), Gray, Alice; Sedacca, Joseph; Howard, Charlotte
24 Gray, Alice; Sedacca, Joseph; Howard, Charlotte The Adventure Book of Insects (Capitol Adventure Series)
Capitol Publishing Co., Inc. 1956 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Cover shows moderate wear to extremities. Minor outer soil. Vintage paperback book copy of The Adventure Book of Insects by Alice Gray of the American Museum of Natural History. A Golden Capitol Young Adventure Book. Illustrations by Joseph Sedacca, Charlotte Howard and the author. Capitol Adventure Series. New York: Capitol Publishing Company, Inc. (dist. Golden Press, Inc.), 1956. Ninth printing, 1961. Manufactured in U.S.A. 117 pages. All illustrations in black and white. 7.25 x 10 inches, 26 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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King of the Royal Mounted and the Great Jewel Mystery (The Better Little Book), Grey, Zane
25 Grey, Zane King of the Royal Mounted and the Great Jewel Mystery (The Better Little Book)
Whitman Pub. Co 1939-01-01 Hardcover Good No Jacket Hardcover 
Used vintage hardcover Better Little Book copy in Good Plus Condition of King of the Royal Mounted and the Great Jewel Mystery, Based on the famous newspaper strip. Better Little Book Number SW32-1486 Copyright 1937, 1939 by Stephen Slesinger, Inc. Whitman Publishing Co., Racine WI. 425 pages, 4-1/2 x 3-5/8 x 1-5/8 x 1-1/4 inches, 12 cm. CONDITION NOTES: One notation (FFE) otherwise unmarked. Age toning. 1 page shows corner tip missing, 1 page shows very narrow edge crease. Cover is moderately darkened by age toning, soil,with most of shiny finish absent. White area, particularly the clouds and snow, show some yellowing that may not be evident in the photographs. Spine corners with damage and splits but no significant tears to note, lightly bent corners/crease, white dots of wear showing through illustrated cover. Spine shift to 1/8 inch. King of the Royal Mounted is a fictional series featuring the character Dave King, created by Stephen Slesinger in 1936, Slesing licensed popular western writer Zane Grey's byline and marketed the character as Zane Grey's King of the Royal Mounted. Corporal, and later Sergeant, Dave King is a Canadian Mountie who always gets his man (wikipedia). Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
Price: 22.50 USD
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26 Heal, Edith; Nelson, Don [illustrator] How The World Began
Chicago: Thomas S. Rockwell Company, 1930 1930 Hardcover Acceptable No Jacket Hardcover 
Acceptable Condition: Moderate cover soil, moderate wear with fraying. Finger soil. Used hardcover textbook copy of How the World Began by Edith Heal. Illustrated by Don Nelson. Chicago: Thomas S. Rockwell Company, 1930. Third printing,1931. 112 pages. 21 cm. Read this book and find what was taught in the 1930's about how the world began. You will read about how planetesimals joined together to form the earth after a mass that became the earth broke off from the sun, to the first sea creatures that were lazy to the first creatures that were too stupid to survive.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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27 Henkes, Kevin Sheila Rae, the Brave
HarperCollins 1987-08-17 0688071554 / 9780688071554 Hardcover Very Good Very Good Hardcover 
Signed inscription from author with drawing of mouse. Dustjacket has some edgewear, no major tears. Book is in near fine condition. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
Price: 14.95 USD
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The Road to the White House FDR: The Presidential Years (Scholastic T479), Hickok, Lorena A.
28 Hickok, Lorena A. The Road to the White House FDR: The Presidential Years (Scholastic T479)
Scholastic Book Services 1963 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Vintage Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Light age toning. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil.Vintage mass-market paperback book copy of The Road to the White House FDR: The Presidential Years by Lorena A. Hickok. Scholastic book no. T479. New York: Scholastic Books Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.), 1963. First printing. Printed in U.S.A. ix, 212 pages. Edges stained yellow. 4-1/8 x 6-3/8 inches, 17 cm. Lorena Alice Hickok (1893-1968) was an American journalist known for her close relationship with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Odd Pets (Abridged) Scholastic TX265, Hogner, Dorothy Childs; Hess, Lilo [illustrator]
29 Hogner, Dorothy Childs; Hess, Lilo [illustrator] Odd Pets (Abridged) Scholastic TX265
Scholastic Book Services 1951 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Plus Condition: Unmarked pages. Age toned paper. Cover shows moderate storage and handling wear, sticker stain.. Vintage Scholastic paperback book copy of Odd Pets (Abridged) by Dorothy Childs Hogner. Black and white photographs by Lilo Hess. Number TX265. New York: Scholastic Book Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.), 1951. Reprint edition. Sixth printing, January 1970. Printed in U.S.A. 128 pages. 5-1/4 x 7-5/8 inches, 20 cm. Contents: 1 Pond, River and Deep in the Woods: Bullfrog, Salamander and Newt, Mud Puppy, Turtle, Snail; 2 In the Air: Praying Mantis, Ladybird, Baby Bird; 3 Among the Leaves: Cocoon, Chrysalis, Tomato Worm, Tent Caterpillar, Seventeen-year Locust or Periodical Cicada, Click Beetle, Walking Stick; 4 In the Ground: Snake Eggs, Ants, Earthworm; 5 In the Mail: Hamster, Inside Jumping Beans, Anolis, Horned Toad or Horned Lizard; 6 Cages, Aquariums, Nets, Collector's Outfit; Glossary; Index. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Christmas Tree Crisis (Scholastic TW3997), Holland, Marion [author]; Grant, Leigh [illustrator]
30 Holland, Marion [author]; Grant, Leigh [illustrator] The Christmas Tree Crisis (Scholastic TW3997)
Scholastic Book Services 1977 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Plus Condition: Notation inside front cover otherwise unmarked. Light age toning. Tight binding. Moderate visible cover wear including repaired small surface paper tear at spine tail, minor visible outer soil. Used vintage paperback print book copy of The Christmas Tree Crisis by Marion Holland. Illustrated by Leigh Grant. Teddy is determined to find a beautiful tree to decorate for Christmas despite all of Great Aunt Abby's objections. New York: Scholastic Book Services (Scholastic Magazines, Inc.), 1977. Original title: A Tree for Teddy. This edition totally revised by author. 48 pages. 6 x 8-1/8 inches, 21 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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