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A golden legacy to daughters, or, Advice to young ladies
Gould, Sarah of Boston.
|Other titles||Advice to young ladies.|
|Contributions||Pennington, Sarah, Lady, d. 1783.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||259|
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With a Foreword by Eric Carle. Eminent children’s historian Leonard Marcus’ Golden Legacy chronicles the fascinating story of the creation, marketing, and worldwide impact of Little Golden Books, the most popular children’s.
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When the billionth - yes, with a "b" - Little Golden Book was printed in the s, it was that book. Children are still learning from those puppies that they need to follow the rules, Marcus said. Such are two very small stories illustrating how (and why) Golden Books roared to life in In Golden Legacy, Leonard Marcus shows how the development of Golden Books changed the face of children’s book publishing forever because of resourceful people who thought outside the box.
For the first time, children’s books were 25 cents, and.The Golden Notebook consists of alternating sections: there is a framing narrative called "Free Women," narrated in the third person and featuring a character named Anna writes in four notebooks: one black, one red, one yellow, and one blue.
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