Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Lamont The Lonely Monster - Hallmark Lift & Look Book - 1970

I had this book years ago and I just thought it was so neat!
This isn't the whole book, just a glimpse at a few pages.
Maybe I'll find it again someday.


Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Scholastic News Weekly Readers from 1984 & 1985

Do you remember these from elementary school?


Click Read More below to see both Weekly Readers................

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Avon Sweet Pickles Hygiene Books ~ Hairy & Soapy ~ VIDEO

I just loved the Sweet Pickles.  Those were some of my favorite story books to read and I still have some of those original books.  "Very Worried Walrus", "Fixed By Camel" and "Stork Spills the Beans".  Did you ever have these books?  Which was your favorite?

Friday, January 29, 2016

Vintage Little Golden Book Haul 1950's-1970's - VIDEO

I found this great pile of Little Golden Books at an estate sale last weekend.  It was such a fun sale!  I got all kinds of stuff there. The house was in this really interesting Mid Century Modern neighborhood in the Cedar Hills area of Southwest Portland, Oregon.  I took a video of the neighborhood and I might list that later because it was just pretty cool.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Book Review: Nestle Make-It and Bake-It Kids Cookbook

Mmmm, Nestle Quik!  This fun book tells all about how to make lots of tasty items using Nestle Quik. 

Quik Bunny and Semi-Sweetie are your tour guides to great tasting treats!

Remember kids, always get help from an adult!!!

Aww, fun crafts too!

Love the spoon and plastic Diner cup.  I wonder if the coupon is still valid?  There's no expiration date.

Get your new friends in plush versions too!

And don't forget to beg your parents to buy all of these great Nestle products kids.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Serendipity Books by Stephen Cosgrove and Robin James

Leo the Lop Poster sold to Stephen Cosgrove!

A while back I found this great poster at a thrift store in Salem, OR.  I kept if for a while, because I just loved these books as a kid.  Leo was probably my favorite. I always wanted a lop eared rabbit named Leo!

Once I finally decided to sell the poster, I sold it on ebay to Stephen Cosgrove himself!  How cool is that?

You can still buy these books at most book stores and online at , the illustrator, Robin James, own site.  They are fun stories that also teach important lessons.  Fantastic character education and great discussion starters with kids.

Coloring and Activity Book.

Serediptiy Anime Cartoon.

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