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The First Book of Congress by Harold Coy, illustrated by Helen Borten.

Published by Franklin Watts in 1956. Fifth printing.



WHat Congress does for us / What is congress / Who goes to congress / Running for congress / The story of a bill / A bill goes to committee / How little bills are passed / The debate is on / The vote is taken / A day in the senate / A day in the house / Congress and the president / Congress and the courts / Lobbies and pressure groups / People who work for congress / Congressmen are people to


60 pages / 7.3 x 8.75 x .4 inches / 18.6 x 22 x 1 centimeters


Please see the images above for an accurate representation of what the book looks like, but...

Ex-library-book, so all the trappings of that. Some sticker residue on the spine. Wear around the edges of the cover / on the corners

Stamping / writing inside front cover. Stamping on title page. A bit of writing on title page.

Some stickers inside back cover.

The First Book of Congress by Harold Coy, illustrated by Helen Borten


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: book
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