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We have one volume of The Children's Hour and we absolutely cherish it! I often think back on the day 4 years ago when I bought that one volume and passed up 5 or 6 others in the used book store, and I wish, Oh how I wish I had picked them all up!

 

The writing style is excellent. It isn't dumbed down, and gives plenty of detail with vivid illustrations, yet it has a nice old fashioned tone to it. My children absolutely love it and have read it over and over again. In fact, I pretty much didn't have to bother with Early American History because of this book!

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* Random House is and was the biggest publishing house in the United States, so when they put together a series of books (ie the Picturebacks of the 70s-80s), you're virtually certain to get the cream of the crop of authors and writers of the era (not to mention that they picked up a lot of Golden illustrators and authors!)

 

* Old Weekly Reader (60s-70s-early 80s) is my latest addition to the "trust" list. Even if I don't recognize a writer and author, if it looks like a non-twaddle book, I give it a shot, and we've rarely if ever been displeased.

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Thanks for the explanation, kubiac! I hadn't known about the Random House anthologies or series, I will keep an eye out now. I also wanted to second the old Weekly Reader compilations - I have only one but it was an interesting and eclectic set of articles packed in one volume. Glad to hear there're more.

 

One more thing - I clicked on your blog, and I shouldn't have. :tongue_smilie: Now I want to go out and buy Joe Kauffman books - I have his What Makes It Go/Work/Fly/Float and your blog captured the whimsical yet technical nature of his writing so nicely.

http://postapocalyptichomeschool.blogspot.com/2012/03/joe-kaufmans-big-book-about-how-things.html

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Just had to share I picked up the Young Folks series at the used book store today for $10 and they are in excellent condition. Score!

 

Thanks again to the board for inspiring me when I needed it.

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--------Anthologies----------

Book of (Fairytale collections) by Ruth Manning Sanders

#33 - Description and wikipedia link

 

Book Trails

#10 - photo from 1928 edition

 

The Bookshelf for Boys and Girls

#25 - Description and title list for 1966 edition

#46 - Picture links #1 and #2. Also, list of volumes across editions. interview with artist Joshua Field.

 

Childcraft

#41 - blog describing Mathemagic, compares the editions.

#41 - comparison thread , also see Valeries Living Books

 

The Children's Hour

#5 - Description, suggested age range

#19 - online books and guide

#22 - photo of 1953 edition

 

Collier's Junior Classics

#10 - Brief comparison, 1912 vs 1953

#28 - title list for pre-1960 edition

#32 - photo of 1962 edition

 

Collier's Young Folks' Shelf of Books, 1962

#5 - Description, suggested age range

#28 - Title list and description for pre-1960 and post-1960 editions

#39 - Recommendation of 1958 edition

 

Ginn Basic Readers

#5 - Description, suggested age range

#28 - photo of 1960s edition and title list

 

Golden Treasure Chest

#47 - Description and list of titles

 

Golden Treasury of Children's Literature

#59 - Recommendation and photo of 1986 edition

 

The Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature

#87 - 1955 edition. Recommended for elementary to early-middle school aged, as a compact treasury of stories.

 

My Book House

#12, 32 - photo of 1971 edition and price at Half Price Books

#22 - Title list for 1971 edition

#53 - Description for volume 6 ("Through the Fairy Halls")

 

My TravelShip

#86 - 1926 edition. More pictures

 

Our Wonder World

#62 - online 1929 edition

 

Through Golden Windows

#25 - Description and title lists for 1958 edition

 

Young Folks' Library

#22 - Compares 1902 and 1919 editions

 

------ Encyclopedia/Non-fiction collections --

Annals of America

#20 - 2005 photo

 

Beacon Lights of History

#97 - Photo. Available on Kindle.

 

Book of Knowledge

#15 - 1911 online books

#44 - 1953 sample topical listing

 

The Book of Popular Science

#84 - Reviews this 10-volume set

 

Golden Book Encyclopedia Set

#33 - 1960 edition photo and description for pre-1960 edition,

 

Golden Book Encyclopedia of Natural Science

#34, 46 - Description and blog link.

 

The Golden Home and High School Encyclopedia

#91 - 1960s photo

 

Golden Treasury of Knowledge

#47 - Brief description and photo.

 

Disney's How It Works in the City/Country/Home

#42 - Link to photo of 1980 edition

 

Makers of History

#97 - Photo. Free on Kindle.

 

The Nature Library

#51 - Recommendation of 6-volume, 1926 edition

 

Picturesque Tale of Progress

#97 - link

 

Wonderful World of Walt Disney Books

#37 - 1965 photo

 

World Book, Encyclopedia and Dictionary

#18 - 1917-1918 online books/lesson plans

 

Young People's Science Encyclopedia

#85 - Link to 1965 edition.. Recommends for elementary/middle school.

 

--- Literary/Great Books collections-------

Book of Life

#62 - Recommendation of vintage set for Bible

 

Companion Library

#33 - Description and photo of 1960 titles

 

Britannica Great Books Collection

#42 - photo

 

The World's Popular Classics

#36 - photo of 1930s edition

 

------ Vintage Golden Books : WARNING, lock up wallet before clicking------

#65: Owns/recommends

The Golden Book History of the United States

The Giant Golden Book of Mathematics

Golden Tales from the Arabian Nights

King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

PDF for Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments

Giant Golden Book of Elves and Fairies

Pirates, Ships, and Sailors

The Golden Book of Fun and Nonsense

A Garth Williams Treasury of Best-Loved Golden Books

The Big Golden Book of the Wild West

The Complete Book of Indian Crafts and Lore

The Golden Book of the American Revolution

The Golden History of the World

The Canterbury Tales

 

#67,70: Recommends

The Human Body, illustrated by Cornelius deWitt

Provensen Book of Fairy Tales

The Iliad and Odyssey, see also http://iliadodyssey.com/

Golden Book of Mathematics - smaller, maybe fewer pages/topics

 

#72:

Wheels Sails & Wings, for train-loving kids

The Golden Book of Science

Around the World with Koa Koala

First Golden Geography

 

#92:

Holling C Holling's Book of Indians

 

--- Websites for finding/evaluating vintage books --

http://valerieslivingbooks.info/

http://www.livingbookslibrary.com/

 

-- Our criteria for selecting books

Series:

* Random House : series of books (ie the Picturebacks of the 70s-80s),

* The Children's Choice Club: reprints of the high-quality literature, sturdy hardback format

* Parents Magazine Press: invariably beautiful and interesting, hardback format

* Old Weekly Reader (60s-70s-early 80s)

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My grandparents owned the whole set of The Children's Hour books. I have such fond memories of reading them as a child. It is a wonderful collection to have.

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* Random House is and was the biggest publishing house in the United States, so when they put together a series of books (ie the Picturebacks of the 70s-80s), you're virtually certain to get the cream of the crop of authors and writers of the era (not to mention that they picked up a lot of Golden illustrators and authors!)

 

* The Children's Choice Club was edited by Alice Low, and that woman had taste. I feel like it's mostly reprints of the high-quality canon of the children's literature canon of the era, as well as some much older writers (Flack, Gag), plus I really like the sturdy hardback format!

 

* Parents Magazine Press is highly collectible and had a great stable of writers and illustrators. I'm rarely familiar with the titles when I find them, but they're invariably beautiful and interesting, and again I love the hardback format, and when I get home I often find I've inadvertently picked up a treasure or two.

 

* Old Weekly Reader (60s-70s-early 80s) is my latest addition to the "trust" list. Even if I don't recognize a writer and author, if it looks like a non-twaddle book, I give it a shot, and we've rarely if ever been displeased.

 

 

 

I just discovered these recently when a copy of this Japanese-origin Thumbelina passed through my hands.

 

That's it! I love those books. In the same vien, I also love vintage pop-ups, and (if only I could find them) scratch and sniff. I had a scratch and sniff Winnie the Pooh book as a child. I can still remember how the clover smelled. :001_smile:

 

Are scratch and sniff books still around?

 

Ah HA! I found it! http://www.etsy.com/listing/89703241/childrens-book-winnie-the-pooh-scratch

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I don't think these sets have been listed and I'm not sure if they fall into the right category... but here they are!

 

Junior Deluxe Editions: http://www.etsy.com/listing/92994229/vintage-set-of-junior-deluxe-edition

Illustrated Junior Library: http://www.etsy.com/listing/80086472/the-merry-adventures-of-robin-hood-by?ref=sr_list_9&sref=&ga_includes%5B0%5D=tags&ga_search_query=junior+library&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=

 

This thread motivated me to clean up our vintage sets! Some of them are placed around the house... I like to rotate what's out and accessible.

This has been a fun conversation, thanks ladies. :001_smile:

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Tell me more about this! There are two versions of the Golden Book of Mathematics? Is one Giant and one is...not?

 

Does anyone have the physics book, also by Adler?

 

I do. We just finished reading it and really like it. Obviously some of the info is outdated but I was surprised how little. It is also pretty dense.

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This thread motivated me to clean up our vintage sets! Some of them are placed around the house... I like to rotate what's out and accessible.

This has been a fun conversation, thanks ladies. :001_smile:

 

Thanks for all the listings, helena! You have some of the loveliest finds.

 

I'll add a recommendation for one more set of classics - Educator Classics library collection. Hardback oversized books, few illustrations but well annotated which is a great help for archaic vocabulary, and story context.

http://our-little-library.blogspot.com/2011/08/educator-classic-library.html

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and Berenstain Bears.

 

Did you hear that she passed away a couple weeks ago? I would imagine the books will go up in cost now.

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I'm on the hunt for a specific style from when I was a kid. Do you remember the books with 3-D covers? The pics inside were dolls (?) set up in scenes: http://www.etsy.com/listing/89237094/vintage-3d-illustration-book-three

 

I have a very treasured Thumbelina version of that style that my grandma gave me for my birthday when I was about 7. There is a small scratched out area behind the cover picture where I tried to figure out how the picture worked.

 

Tragic to think my childhood is now collectible.

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Thanks for all the listings, helena! You have some of the loveliest finds.

 

I'll add a recommendation for one more set of classics - Educator Classics library collection. Hardback oversized books, few illustrations but well annotated which is a great help for archaic vocabulary, and story context.

http://our-little-library.blogspot.com/2011/08/educator-classic-library.html

 

:lol:

They were in the garage in my hand-me-down book box!

They're back on the shelf. :001_smile:

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OHHHH!!! I love this thread! I am so glad to know that you all love vintage books with me!

 

I recently purchased complete sets of My Book House and the Young Folks Bookshelf books on ebay. They were such a good price ($20 for a set!) and I am so glad that I bought them.

 

:001_smile:

 

This has been one of my favorite threads since the vintage language arts books thread: http://www.welltrainedmind.com/forums/showthread.php?t=157186&highlight=Vintage.

 

 

One more vintage set that we use often for Bible is The Book of Life: http://www.valerieslivingbooks.info/bookof.htm

 

I will have to check out that other thread. I also and LOVE "The Book of Life set". We use it a lot!

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I've found a few Junior Deluxe books -- I love them! Especially the covers. I also have that very copy of Robin Hood! I found it at a library book sale. I also found a Dent/Dutton of Mrs Molesworth's Carved Lions.

 

I went to a sale once where a man I strongly suspected was a homeschooler (giving his five year old a lecture about the Truman/Dewey election) cleaned out a shelf of those Illustrated Classics books.

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Did you hear that she passed away a couple weeks ago? I would imagine the books will go up in cost now.

 

I'm sorry to hear that. I enjoyed reading their autobiography:

http://www.amazon.com/Down-Sunny-Dirt-Road-Autobiography/dp/0375814035

 

They had interesting lives, and the book included sketches from their pre-Berenstain Bears period. One story I found interesting was that they kept submitting their work to magazines, only to get it turned down, until one editor told them that their subject material was too difficult for the lay audience (their art style was classical, and that particular submission had been about Shakespeare). So they sent in a comic about a family, which was accepted, and mining that theme provided a steady income for them.

 

It's an inspiring story, to encourage persistence and willingness to adapt, and the comic snippets are an extra bonus. :)

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Does anyone know anything about The Wonderbook of Myths and Legends (pub 1928)? I just found a mint copy for very little $$ and wondered if anyone knew anything about it?

 

http://www.etsy.com/listing/67559879/1928-the-wonder-book-of-myths-and (here is a picture of one on etsy)

 

Bumping.. hope others like helena and Lori D will see this.

 

The author, William Forbush, is listed on this page which covers many of the anthologies we discussed in this thread, and more (!).

http://www.mainlesson.com/info/sources.shtml

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Does anyone know anything about The Wonderbook of Myths and Legends (pub 1928)? I just found a mint copy for very little $$ and wondered if anyone knew anything about it?

 

http://www.etsy.com/listing/67559879/1928-the-wonder-book-of-myths-and (here is a picture of one on etsy)

 

I've never seen it, but please tell me you bought it??!! :tongue_smilie: It's beautiful.

 

OT: Am I the only one who thinks that looking at photos of vintage books is way better on Etsy than Amazon or elsewhere? They just look yummy there. :001_smile:

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Bumping.. hope others like helena and Lori D will see this.

 

The author, William Forbush, is listed on this page which covers many of the anthologies we discussed in this thread, and more (!).

http://www.mainlesson.com/info/sources.shtml

 

THanks. I like that list. :001_smile:

 

I've never seen it, but please tell me you bought it??!! :tongue_smilie: It's beautiful.

 

OT: Am I the only one who thinks that looking at photos of vintage books is way better on Etsy than Amazon or elsewhere? They just look yummy there. :001_smile:

 

Yes, I ordered it. And yes, I have been looking at the images on Etsy in order to evaluate bks I see elsewhere. :D

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OT: Am I the only one who thinks that looking at photos of vintage books is way better on Etsy than Amazon or elsewhere? They just look yummy there. :001_smile:

I think the sellers take their time to post a nice picture there. I also like being able to see the condition to decide for myself.

 

On the other hand, I once bought a hardback of Holling C Holling's Tree in the Trail from a listing on Etsy, shown with its cover. It arrived without a cover. ?? That was weird. Anyhow that's where I found my copy of Through Golden Windows way back when!

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I am posting a complete My Book House set on the FS board. I purchased it (along with too many other things ) recently off eBay.

 

I overspent and need the other books more for our next year. Bummer.

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Reading the intros to all of these is an exercise in repetition. They all have selected the best of children's literature because parents don't know what to pick or some such. So I wonder, in a way, is is strange for us to deliberately get these giant compendovolumes?

 

I am always happy when I see some gem in there that saves me a trip to the library or buying another book or downloading. This read through I found RikkiTikki Tavi! Hooray.

 

My kids think everything in Through Golden Windows is a poem.

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Bumping.. hope others like helena and Lori D will see this.

 

lalalalalala... This is me with my hands over my ears running like mad from this thread because you people are like pushers offering drugs to an addict :tongue_smilie: :lol:

 

I can NOT believe how many lovely vintage books and sets there are; I am going weak in the knees just looking at the lovely illustrations! Now here I am exerting my self-control... [ahem] AFTER buying 3 more Ginn Readers to complete my set... And who will read them but me, with DSs all grown up...

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I have this book that I love, love, LOVE and I have no idea if it is from a series and has other book friends out there that I could track down so maybe you old book experts could point me in a direction?:bigear:

 

It is called Step by Step and it is a bunch of stories and poems a bit like a devotional for children but with many interesting stories.

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LNC - Wow, that's an impressive collection. I'm curious about the Lights of History and Makers of History sets. Did you collect them because they go into more detail compared to modern history sets, cover people not normally mentioned or have a certain literary quality? Please share about your finds. :)

 

Years ago, I dreamed of homeschooling but my oldest two had major special needs. I used to read Valerie's living books, visit antique books stores and collect special finds for the future. This was pre curriculum and school budgeting. I'm so glad I have these sets now to pass down!

 

I'll link Valerie's Living books remarks on these two sets you asked about:

Makers of History (I love Jacob Abbots parenting and teacher inspiration books - these are available free on kindle)

http://www.valerieslivingbooks.info/makers.htm

 

Beacon Lights of History (also available free on kindle)

http://www.valerieslivingbooks.info/lords.htm

 

HTH!

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It is called Step by Step and it is a bunch of stories and poems a bit like a devotional for children but with many interesting stories.

 

This sounds intriguing! Could you give us a few more clues, such as author or year of publication? :)

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I have a beautiful set of Journeys Through Bookland that I love.

 

What an interesting collection! Thank you for posting about it :). I just found all the books for free in the public domain. Not the same as holding the books in your hands, but still nice to own. Even on Kindle :).

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My copy of My Book House arrived yesterday!

 

:hurray: Enjoy! Stripe - I saw this at my library's booksale booth last Saturday, and was reminded of your recommendation of the Provensons as illustrators. I snapped it up - not a hard choice, a hardcover golden book for 50 cents! :001_smile:

http://www.amazon.com/Childs-Garden-Verses-Golden-Classics/dp/0307102262

 

Helena - if you see this, might you be related to this blog author?:tongue_smilie:

http://bookaunt.blogspot.co.uk/

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I wonder, are the other anthologies, such as My Book House, dramatically different or better?

 

I grew up with a set of Childcraft books and I now own a set of Book House books (inherited). I think Childcraft is better, and I wish I had it still. Possibly for nostalgia; I remember reading through all the little biographies and begging my parents to show me how to do the crafts. But whenever I've pulled out the Book House series for bedtime stories, I find myself having to edit out a lot of terminology that was socially acceptable in its time, but would definitely not be now.

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My copy of My Book House arrived yesterday!

 

Aren't they wonderful? We have volumes 5-12 and are enjoying them. (I'm tempted to get the first four to complete the set, but I'm exercising financial restraint for now.) :D We are already reading stories about James Watt and Robert Fulton to coordinate with our history studies. Simply lovely.

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I just won a set of The Children's Hour off ebay for $17.99 (8 of that is shipping). I'm so excited!!

 

that is awesome!!

 

I am counting down the days until the Library Book Sale!

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I grew up with a set of Childcraft books and I now own a set of Book House books (inherited). I think Childcraft is better, and I wish I had it still. Possibly for nostalgia; I remember reading through all the little biographies and begging my parents to show me how to do the crafts. But whenever I've pulled out the Book House series for bedtime stories, I find myself having to edit out a lot of terminology that was socially acceptable in its time, but would definitely not be now.

I do love the craft volume I have of Childcraft from the 70s (and I got the Bookshelf for Boys and Girls one -- it is seriously awesome!) I bought the Nature and Science volume of Bookshelf, and I love it too. It covers so many interesting things.

 

I will be studying My Book House to see what I think. I didn't buy the 1930s edition; I don't know if that makes a difference.

 

ETA: Every time I look at Through Golden Windows, I am surprised at what's in there! Between it and Bookshelf for Boys and Girls, one really does have all sorts of stuff to read.

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My son has informed me that he's looked through most of the 12 volumes of My Book House and "it doesn't look very interesting." Oh no!

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My son has informed me that he's looked through most of the 12 volumes of My Book House and "it doesn't look very interesting." Oh no!

 

:lol: Of course!!

 

There's always the grandkids! The books have survived this long, what's another decade or two! :tongue_smilie:

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I do love the craft volume I have of Childcraft from the 70s (and I got the Bookshelf for Boys and Girls one -- it is seriously awesome!) I bought the Nature and Science volume of Bookshelf, and I love it too. It covers so many interesting things.

 

I will be studying My Book House to see what I think. I didn't buy the 1930s edition; I don't know if that makes a difference.

 

ETA: Every time I look at Through Golden Windows, I am surprised at what's in there! Between it and Bookshelf for Boys and Girls, one really does have all sorts of stuff to read.

 

 

yes, it is amazing what is in those books. They are a great resource.

 

 

 

I got my Children's Hour books the other day. We're reading out of the first one at night. Some of the stories are the same as Through Golden Windows and the couple of volumes I have of Junior Collier's classics. There is enough to to make it different. Nice to have. I'm going to be going through my children's books and dumping some of the inane ones we don't read anyway.

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I've scored again! I couldn't help but want to come here and share. :001_smile:

 

I found The Illustrated Library of the Natural Sciences

http://www.etsy.com/listing/93065454/the-illustrated-library-of-the-natural?ref=sr_list_1&ga_search_query=illustrated+library+of+the+natural+sciences&ga_view_type=list&ga_ship_to=US&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=illustrated+library+of+the+natural+sciences

 

and this beautiful set of The Story of the Bible: http://www.etsy.com/listing/27156119/sale-vintage-bible-stories-books-vol1

 

Yes I'm Muslim... :lol: I sat there and tried to talk myself out of buying them.

They're just so lovely... So now I'm thinking about selling on Etsy. I love books, and I have a small collection ready to sell. Maybe I won't sell that many. I'm fine with that. I just want to be around them. YKWIM? I enjoy being in the company of books. We'll see.

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You're funny, Helena.

 

I always think it's funny when I pull out The Bookshelf for Boys and Girls, because I always find something I had been looking for. I was just thinking to myself that I'd never find much use for the Bookland Classics volume. I pull it out -- lo and behold, it has the entire "Alice in Wonderland" in it -- how'd I miss that? I just bought a copy of that.

 

I definitely like the Bookshelf for Boys and Girls, even though the art isn't as nice, and Through Golden Windows, which has a nice range of stories and whose volumes are a nice size. I do not especially care for the two American history volumes. A bit too old fashioned for my taste. But the others are nice. I've decided to make My Book House bedtime reading, along with other things.

 

My volumes of the Colliers books seem to have been lost in the mail, but I don't think I'll bother repurchasing, unless I find some in person to actually look at more closely.

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My Book House came in the mail yesterday. It is the 1937 version. I read the nursery rhymes aloud to my 3-year old for an hour last night. My beginning-reader son went through all the pictures in one of the higher volumes and wanted to know the titles of each story so he could decide which one he wanted to hear. I was totally nerd-raging about the illustrations and all the color throughout the books. In the first volume every other 2-page spread is in full edge-to edge color. So pretty.

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Much of The Children's Hour is available online -- for those who choose not to buy the original, or might want to tuck a spare copy in their purses. :)

 

 

There seem to be many series called The Children's Hour. Different people are talking about the ones by Tappan and by Barrows?

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There seem to be many series called The Children's Hour. Different people are talking about the ones by Tappan and by Barrows?

 

Good eye, Stripe! Here's what Valerie's Living Books says:

This was first edited by Eva March Tappan and later by Marjorie Barrows.

 

(The 1953) red and black set was published in both a standard binding and a premium edition. The standard binding is hardback, paper over boards. The premium edition is clothbacked (look closely and you will see the threads) with supplemental color plates.

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I think I've found another online source for buying vintage books - shopGoodwill, it has a similar appearance to eBay but doesn't seem to be linked AFAIK.

http://www.shopgoodwill.com/search/SearchKey.asp?itemtitle=vintage&showthumbs=on&sortBy=itemEndTime&sortOrder=a&closed=&sellerid=all&srchdesc=&month=&day=&year=&days=0&catID=2

http://www.shopgoodwill.com/listings/listByCat.asp?catID=132

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