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01/18/2021 12:55 PM
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(9) ASSORTED CHILDREN STORY BOOKS


Age: varies

Size: varies

Composition: paper

Rating: 8
Comments: Assorted (9) Children’s Story Books. In this lot of children books: Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson Little Big Classics –A little preserving book for a Little Girl By Amy L. Waterman 1920 – That’s Why Stories by Ruth O. Dyer 1916 – About Harriet by Clara Whitehill Hunt 1916 – When we were very Young by A.A. Milne 1924 – Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson – Mother West Wind’s Animal Friends by Thornton W. Burgess 1912 – A Child’s Garden of Verses by Stevenson 1917- and Picture and Story series Tell Me A Story Picture Book 1917. Good lot of children’s story books. Good to preview for condition considering the age with some bindings loose.



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