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Little Golden Book Betsy McCall A Paper Doll Story Book

Vintage Little Golden Book: "Betsy McCall" (A Paper Doll Story Book) by Selma Robinson, illustrated by Ginnie Hoffman

"Flick Ricka Dicka and the Three Kittens" by Maj Lindman,1945 - book cover Loved these books in translation as a child.

Flick Ricka Dicka and the Three Kittens by Maj Lindman 1945

All Aboard! illustrated by Corinne Malvern, 1952 was written for children about to embark on their first long distance train trip

Vintage All Aboard! Aboard A Little Golden Book Trains 1952 A First Edition. We read books.

The Trolley Car Family, TX104: Eleanor Clymer, Ursula Koering: Amazon.com: Books

LOVED this book! Times haven't changed much. Story still rings true today!

CAMPFIRE GIRL in SUMMER CAMP Jane L. Stewart

CAMPFIRE GIRL in SUMMER CAMP Jane L. Stewart SCOUTING vintage DUSTJACKET Rare

A Campfire Girl in Summer Camp Jane L. Saalfield Publishing Co. I was a Campfire Girl in the

FLICKA RICKA DICKA  and a little dog.  I ALWAYS checked out Flicka, Ricka, Dicka books at the library.

Flicka, Ricka, Dicka and a Little Dog by Maj Lindman, Albert Whitman & Company, Chicago 1946

The Outdoor Girls on a Canoe Trip (Laura Lee Hope).--I'm proud to say, I could actually recreate this picture with my gals! You all rock! ;)

The Outdoor Girls on a Canoe Trip (Laura Lee Hope).-Im proud to say, I could actually recreate this picture with my gals!

The Bobbsey Twins in Eskimo Land by Laura Lee Hope

The Bobbsey Twins, a series of books for children. Freddie and Flossie Bobbsey

Six Little Bunkers at Captain Ben’s. Laura Lee Hope. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1920. "Of course it was not a regular vessel, nor did it sail on water. In fact, there was no water in the attic of the house where the six little Bunkers lived. There was no water even when it rained, for the roof had no holes in it, and the attic made a lovely place for the children to play."

Six Little Bunkers at Captain Ben’s. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, "Of course it was not a regular vessel, nor did it sail on water. In fact, there was no water in the attic of the.

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