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Mary Ann; or, how a child can give itself to Jesus and Little James.   American Tract Society New York c 1867
32 pp. Applied marble cover, two stories 16 pp each. Two stories, Mary Ann no. 51 , discusses a new Sabbath school in New York and Little James no. 52, which describes a boy who memorizes Dr. Watts' First Catechism before he could read. 4 1/2" x 3" cover worn, foxing and staining on pages, pencil inscription
Rev. J. L. BlakeFirst Book in Astronomy, Adapted to the Use of Common Schools.Lincoln and EdmandsBoston1831
115 pp. Applied illustrated cover over blue cloth, frontispiece, illustrations, plates. Contains lessons in astronomy, including diagrams, descriptions, and accounts of planetary and celestial topics. Dictionary at end. 8 3/4" x 5 1/2"
Kathy Tucker  Do Cowboys Ride Bikes? Book with Braille Interleaves. Albert Whitman & Company.Morton Grove, ILL.1997
Spiral bound unpaginated picture book with heavy plastic outer covers and interleaves printed in braille, while the profusely illustrated book has printed text throughout. Illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott. Humorous rhyming answers to fourteen questions about what it's like to be a cowboy.  Light to moderate wear..
William MavorThe English Spelling-Book Accompanied by A Progressive Series of Easy and Familiar LessonsGeorge Routledge and SonsLondon1885
108 pp. Applied printed cover, frontispiece, illustrations throughout by Kate Greenaway. Lesson book for children with descriptions and lessons, illustrated. There are one through four syllable words, easy three letter words, and fables included. 7" x 4 1/2"
Dick Jane and Sally Cutouts for Use in Kindergarten and Grade 1.  The New Basic Reading Program: Sixties Edition.  1963
Two-fold light stock punch-out pages.  Each of the three pages has one doll with name at base for Jane, Sally and Dick, plus accessories, also includes Puff and Spot. Original Envelope. Lacking background punch-out at base of Jane.
(Asama, Kimiko) Tadpole  From "Tadpole"  Lucy W. Titcomb East Northfield, MA.1937
38pp.  Illustrated wraps.  An image from a photograph of the young authoress holding a doll.   Her introduction is To Dear Children (in America) that concludes with a verse "Nations are Friends".  Contents includes: Why Am I Tadpole? A Flower-Magician Mr Spider  Rip Van Winkle in Japan Master Momotaro - a four act play  What is in the moon  Kintaro at Mt. Ashigara  A Tongue-Cut Sparrow  A Robe of Feathers.   Line drawn full page and in-text illustrations throughout.  Measures 9" x 6".  OCLC - 0 (July 2019). Foreword by the publisher, a former professor of "Tadpole" advising that she was particularly interested in promoting World Friendship.  As an adult she gathered the best-loved Japanese legends and  fairy stories and told them in her own words for American children. She indicates that although written for children its a must read for anyone interested in "Inter-Relations".