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By purchasing this book, titled The Golden Book of 365 Stories, A Story for Every Day of the Year, you guarantee some control. When you are exhausted and barely able to keep your eyes open and they are crying for more stories, just point to the title and say, "sorry but I am just following instructions." Yeah, right, don't we wish it were so easy?!
I grabbed up this book as soon I saw it was illustrated by Richard Scarry. His books are always a kick. Originally printed in 1955, this edition is from 1983. Now as you can tell from the pictures, the poor thing is in need of some loving. The binding is shot, a pencil was liberally applied across several of the first pages and a little darling wrote a message to a Ms Wong on the first page. But I wouldn't have picked it up unless I thought it should be salvaged. This would make a great project book. Or since the damage is in the beginning, maybe glue it back together and show your kids why they should, never, ever draw in books. This is chock full of cuteness and a book a child is sure to peruse endlessly, especially on a long car trip or while stuck at big sisters soccer tournament.

Reserved for Devlyn