Softcover. All books are pamphlet style, some stitched, some glued, some stapled bindings. More scans are available if you need them. Price is for the whole grouping. All good to very good. Item #17546
1. Peter Rabbit, 1939, Saml. Gabriel Sons, in linenette. 2. Baby's Playthings, a cloth picture book, 1962, James & Jonathan Inc. Lightly soiled on back. 3. The Story of Mother Goose, 1935, Whitman Publ. and 4. Cinderella, 1935, Whitman Publ both linenette fabric covers, both lightly soiled. 5. Five linenette Sam Gabriel & Sons: Bunnies #443, Puppies #442, Pups & Pussies #438, Chickies #445, & Duckies #439. 6. An early plastic book; Little Boy Jesus, 1968, C.R. Gibson Co., stitched spine. 7. The Duck's Adventure by Gladys Nelson Muter, 1927, Volland Co., (a cloth-art Joy Book.) 7. Prayers for Children, 1949, C.R. Gibson & Co. 8. ABC Coloring book put out by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. with instructions on how to make one's own colors and brushes. Quite interesting. 9. The Noah's Ark Primer, 1913, G.C. Hanford Co. A description of 26 animals (a-b-c's). 10. The Hungry Little Birds and other Stories by Samuel E. Lowe, Illustrated by Florence Noseworthy, no date, ca 1920s?, 11. The Little Engine that Could, 1922, Bookhouse for Children, Publ. a tiny 4-1/2 x 3-1/4" booklet. 12. Three stories in separate booklets; The Story of the Little Duck and Rabbit, The Story of the Little Dog, The Story of the Little Kitten, all 1941 by Samuel Lowe. These have two punched holes in the side of each so that they may be tied together in cascadiing heights - really cute and fun art work. 13. Uncle Wiggily and the Canoe, 1929.