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This is a great book entitled We Like to Do Things. Written by Walter M. Mason. Pictures by Steffie Lerch. Simon and Schuster. A Little Golden Book. "A" Edition. Copyright 1949. Hardback. 42 pages. Measures approx. 6 1/2" x 8". It is filled with the most wonderful little pictures including a darling Scottie dog and a jack-o-lantern person!

Properly aged to perfection! Some wear to the covers and spine. Some paper is missing from outer spine at very bottom and pulled up in two other spots. Name written in book belongs to space. Very, very light and tiny green stain at bottom of some inside pages, mainly it's on the outer edges of the book pages. Overall, inside pages are in great condition! Super cute illustrations! Sold as is.

Perfect for your book collection or stash of ephemera for collage, assemblage, mixed media, altered art, scrapbooking or card making projects!

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We Like to Do Things Vintage 1940s Little Golden Book for Children with Scottie Dog and Halloween

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from Indiana, United States
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