Monthly Archives: March 2011

“Let’s Find Out About Spring” by Martha and Charles Shapp

Today at Gotcha Cha Cha I have listed a very nice illustration by Laszlo Roth, from the book “Let’s Find out about Spring, written by Martha and Charles Shapp. Check out the link for Laszlo Roth, he is a great … Continue reading

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And now for something completely different…

Well, I am sorta launched, I guess, but this is still a great poster, by Mike Werner. This is the sticker that goes on the back of the pictures.

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“The Book of Popular Science”, 1977 and a picture of ChaCha

Hey there, I did manage to put something up on Etsy today. I like it, it is a picture I found in “The Book of Popular Science”, 1977. It compares the brain size of a crew cut guy, a gorilla, … Continue reading

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Wonder Books

I collect Wonder Books. They are 6.25 x 8 inches. They are mostly from the 1950’s and 1960’s. I collect them for the wonderful art. Today at my Etsy store I put up an illustration from the book “Playtime for … Continue reading

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Alphabet Flash Cards 1957 Milton Bradley

Yesterday at GotchaChaCha I put the first of many Alphabet flash cards. They are by Milton Bradley and were made in 1957. Since I love CATS, the first to go up is C for Cat. My research on these cards … Continue reading

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“Wheels”, by Kathryn Jackson, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard

Today I renewed a listing. “Wheels” is written by Kathryn Jackson, and illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. Both are big names in the children’s literature business. Unfortunately, I could not find any biographical info on Jackson. She also wrote, “Tawny Scrawny … Continue reading

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Babar – the story behind the story

Up for sale in my Etsy Shop, GotchaChaCha, is a framed and matted page from the book “Babar and the Ghost”, 1962, by Laurent de Brunhoff, the son of Jean and Cecile de Brunhoff. It says, “Hmmm,” says Babar. “Something … Continue reading

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