Until then, happy researching!
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|I remember I loved to look at the pictures in this ex-library copy of Star Wars: The Wookie Storybook (Random House, 1979).|
|Well really, the pictures were quite exciting! Lots of pen scribbles in this book though.|
Did I make those scribbles? Mum says, "Just possibly you did!"
|Another ex-library book I remember was Paul Gallico's Manxmouse (Heinemann, London, 1968). I just loved to look at the illustrations by Janet and Anne Grahame-Johnstone. I still know absolutely nothing about the story - I only liked the pictures!|
|The Cow Who Fell In The Canal by Phyllis Krasilovsky, illustrated by Peter Spier (1957).|
I loved to look at the pictures in this book and I also loved to hear the story.
|I loved many of the Little Golden Books, but this one was my absolute favourite.|
Walt Disney's Story of The Little House (Golden Press Ltd./Walt Disney Productions, 1970). This is a Little Golden Book version of the 1952 Walt Disney cartoon The Little House. I had never seen the original cartoon until just now when I found a copy of it on YouTube!
|The Best Nest by P.D. Eastman (Random House, 1968). I remember liking this book as well books by Dr Seuss. My favourite Dr Seuss books include: Oh the Places You'll Go, Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? and The Lorax,|
|Busy Day Busy People by Tibor Gergely (Random House, 1973).|
I loved to look at the illustrations in this book. There was just so much going on!
|Owl At Home by Arnold Lobel (Scholastic Book Services, 1975). I really liked the stories in this book, especially the one about 'Tear Water Tea' where owl makes himself cry by thinking of sad things e.g."songs that cannot be sung...because the words have been forgotten", "spoons that have fallen behind the stove and are never seen again", "books that cannot be read...because some of the pages have been torn out" and "mornings nobody saw because everybody was sleeping". I'm nearly crying just listing these (and laughing at the same time)!!|
|The Little Puppy by Judy Dunn (Random House, 1984). I love animals so I remember liking this book. Possibly I also liked it because it was bought especially for me (Many of the other books I have featured so far were given to my older brothers and sisters). My name is written on the inside of this book along with a note that says 'she got it at a book bazaar at school 1988'.|
|The Little Lamb by Judy Dunn (Random House, 1977). We found this book in a bookstore after I had already owned The Little Puppy for several years. I really like sheep and had several pet lambs so this book was a welcome addition to my collection.|
|Photograph of an unknown man from Susan Ellis (nee Hehir) Photo Album.|
This photograph is a Cabinet Card. c1880s/1890s.
There are no identifying marks on the front or the back of the photograph.
The chair used as a prop in this photograph appears to be the same (or similar) chair
used as a prop in the Cabinet Card I featured in my post on
1 Marc 2011, Do these photographs show the same people?
The Cabinet Card photograph featured in that post was attributed to 'Academy of Photography, Hansen, Bendigo.'
Could the photograph above have also been taken in Bendigo?
|Photograph of an unknown young man from Susan Ellis (nee Hehir) Photo Album.|
This photograph is a Carte de visite. There are no identifying marks on the front or the back of the photograph.
|Photograph of two unknown children from Susan Ellis (nee Hehir) Photo Album.|
This photograph is a Tintype. It is small, about the size of a Carte de visite. The corners of the photograph are cut off. c1880s-1890s. There are no identifying marks on the front or the back of the photograph.
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