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Fun finds at the book sale

My favorite find from today’s book sale was this Lives of Saints from 1954:

Another interesting find was this little slipcase with little paperback cookbooks, circa Golden Press 1970.   They look like they’ve gotten damp at some time:

Even more adorable, this quaint Bible study for homemakers, God in My Kitchen, by Dorothy Haskin, Warner Press, 1962, wirebound paper to look like a cookbook:

And what homeschooler could resist these oversized historical reference books?

Click on the photo to see a larger photo and get a look at the titles.  Some of these will go on our reference shelf.  Others will be sold at my garage sale.

And for a preschool teacher, homeschooler, or storytime librarian, what could be more fun than this book?

Author:

Author, public speaker, and workshop presenter for community colleges, libraries, women's groups and for grief support groups, Hospice and retreats. Certified grief counselor and Senior Service librarian for the James Kennedy Public library. Popular public speaker and workshop presenter on the topics of writing, couponing, utilizing your creativity in everyday life, and finding hope in grief. "Coupon Crazy: The Science, the Savings, and the Stories Behind America's Extreme Obsession" was published by Familius Publishing in 2014. "Chemo-Therapist: How Cancer Cured a Marriage" and "Refined By Fire: A Journey of Grief and Grace" were released by Familius in 2014. "Mary & Me: A Lasting Link Through Ink," co-written with Mary Jedlicka Humston of Iowa City, was published in September 2015. Grief journal to be released in 2018.

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