Here is the last of the 4 books I bought at the thrift store the other day. It was written in 1959 by Odille Ousley. A Ginn Basic Reader.
“Foruth book in a series of Enrichment Readers, written at second-reader level. It follows the basic Second Reader, and precedes the basic Third Reader. Illustrations by: Peter Burchard, Bruno Frost, Ed Gordon, Paul Granger, Allen Johnson, Cynthia Koehler, Marie Nonnast, Tommy Shoemaker, and George Withers.
Ginn and Co., 1959. Hard pictorial cover, 6-1/4 inches wide by 8-1/2 inches tall, 191 pages.” – http://www.tias.com/1761/PictPage/1922749730.html
Very good condition, though not one of the more interesting readers I have in my collection.
Yeah, this one was probably a mistake. REALLY messed up condition. Some of these pictures were so cool, but not that many, and I don’t think I can frame them. I did call the Milwaukee Public Library yesterday to see if they were interested the book I blogged about yesterday, and they gave me a number to call, and I am too nervous to call, but I will call next week. Any idea’s what to do with this book?