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Rhymes and Ballads of London. (Carole Tate)

Rhymes and Ballads of London. (Carole Tate)

Rhymes about London, some new, some old, in bright pictorial boards, illustrated all around, without the jacket..

$8.00

 

The Doll and Her Friends.

The Doll and Her Friends.

"a word in favor of that good old-fashioned plaything, the Doll, which one sometimes hears decried by sensible people who have no children of their own." As the doll narrator passes from a careless, loving daughter of an elegant household, to a careful mother in a hardworking poor family, to a lively Baby, she tries at all times to be useful to her child and to accept her aging gracefully. A charming book, sometimes incorrectly attributed to Richard Horne (Mrs. Fairstar) because it was referred to as a "companion piece" in an early publisher's catalogue.
Note: This book has been sold.

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$125.00

 

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