This is a very nice selection of six small sized children's story books. The first is SOME DAY by Virginia Cunningham, illustrated by Sari. 1947 reprint by Samuel Lowe Company. It is only in fair condition due to the creasing of both covers, some marking and soiling on some of the pages. It is 5.5" by 6.5". Next is Home for Christmas by LLoyd C. Douglas. Copyright 1935 and 1937 and published by Grosset & Dunlap. Complete with dust cover the book is in great condition with only a few pencil marks inside the front cover. The outer cover shows minor damage and small tears. It is 5.5" by 7.5". Next is Rudyard Kipling's How the Rhinoceros got his skin. A Rand McNally Elf Book "authorized Just So" story. This 1956 copy is illustrated by Erika Weihs is in excellent condition with only some minor wear to the edges and spine. It measures 6.5" by 8.25". Next is PUDGY the Little Black Bear by Marjorie Barrows and pictures by Clarence Biers. A "Glowing Eye" book by Rand McNally & Company 1948. (Hold the book close to a light bulb and the "eyes" of Pudgy will 'glow') It is in great condition with very very minor imperfections and measures 6.75" by 7.75". Next is The Tree that Didn't get Trimmed by Christopher Morley in 1942. Doubleday, Doran and Company. Also marked: Printed at the Country Life Press, Garden City NY.......reprinted by arrangement with J. B. Lippincott Company Philadelphia........CL copyright, 1925, 1927 by Christopher Morley all rights reserved........first edition. It is in good condition with normal edge and spine wear and measures 5" by 7.25". Last is 1954 Treasure Book of New York titled: Just Like Me by Leonard Weisgard. This is a great EASTER book for children. It shows rubbing and scuffing along with edge and spinal wear. It also has names written in ink inside the front cover. Many great pictures and illustrations inside. It measures 6.75" by 8".
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