Follett Beginning to Read Books / 1950s and 1960s / Collection of 10 HB with DJs / Children's Books
Follett Beginning-to-Read books from the 1950s and 1960s are increasingly becoming a challenge to find, especially those in great shape. All books in this collection of 10 illustrated Follett books for children are in good++ to very good condition. All are hardcover with dust jackets that show minimal wear. One volume, The Elf in the Singing Tree, shows more wear than the others, with a tiny closed (1/4") tear at the top and some soiling. You can see the hardcover is in excellent condition, as are all the volumes. Bing-Bang Pig has a closed tear and a small (1/4") triangular piece missing from the top at spine. No Bark Dog has 1/8" closed tear at the top spine. Otherwise, all covers are in excellent, vintage condition.
Some show a numbered printing, but most do not. Please Note: The Dog Who Came to Dinner is a First Printing.
None is a former Library book.
I am happy to provide photos of individual books.
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1957, Nobody Listens to Andrew, by Elizabeth Guilfoile, Illustrated by Mary Stevens
1959, The Boy Who Would Not Say His Name, by Elizabeth Vreeken, Illustrated by Leonard Shortall
1960, Too Many Dogs, by Ramona Darrel Dupre, Illustrated by Howard Baer
1960, 4th Printing, The Hole in the Hill, by Marion Seyton, Illustrated by Leonard Shortall
1962, Pearl Goes to School, by Evelyn Hastings, Illustrated by Tom O'Sullivan
1962, The No-Bark Dog, by Stan Williamson, Illustrated by Tom O'Sullivan
1962, 4th Printing, Shoes for Angela, by Ellen Bartow Snavely, Illustrated by Leonard Shortall
1964, 2nd Printing, The Elf in the Singing Tree, by Sara Bulette, Illustrated by Tom Dunnington
1964, Bing-Bang Pig, By Sara Murphy, Illustrated by Susan Perl
1966, First Printing, The Dog Who Came to Dinner, by Sydney Taylor, Illustrated by John E. Johnson
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