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Faraway Forest Playbook for Autumn Playtime Fun! Includes Punch Out Characters

By: Elrod, Linda Lee

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Hallmark: 1995

Seller Id: 46065

Condition: New

Brand new in shrinkwrap that has a couple of breaks in it on reverse, with green ribbon tie on edge as published. Adorable woodland animals illustrated wearing people clothes are ready to have make-believe fun with your kids. Includes Savannah Squirrel, Ben Beaver, Scarlett Redbird (Cardinal), Owlsley Owl and Robbie Raccoon and an acorn/oak leaf decorated cardboard stand for each. Opens to a two story, 8 room playhouse that stays open by tying the ribbons together. ... View more info

A Little Brother To The Bear And Other Animal Stories Book Five (5) of the Wood Folk Series

By: Long, William J.

Price: $48.00

Publisher: Boston, MA, Ginn and Co.: 1904

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller Id: 46101

Condition: Fine

Gift quality, collectible, 1904 probable first edition hardcover. Entered at Stationers' Hall on verso title page, then: Copyright 1903, 1904, under that: All Rights Reserved, then under that is 45.12 on copyright page. Gorgeous hardcover in green cloth covered boards with darker green titles & illustration of a raccoon diving on the cover and on a pine bough in a circle on backstrip. Tips and spine ends are sharp, no rubbing, no breaks in the cloth, just a hint of... View more info

Janet Lennon Adventure At Two Rivers. Authorized Edition Featuring the Singing Star from the Lawrence Welk TV Show

By: Meyers, Barlow

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Racine, WI, Whitman Publishing Company: 1961

Seller Id: 46056

Condition: Good

Nice copy in glossy illustrated covers with a bit of typical cellophane peel at gutters and spine ends. Tips and spine ends show color loss, 210 pp text is browned but not brittle. Illustrated endpapers, inner hinge papers fine. Page block tight, spine slightly cocked, edge of page block dyed black. Book #1536. Authorized TV Adventure. Suddenly Janet was frightened, and more completely alone than she had ever been in her life. Lifting her small suitcase, she went to... View more info