Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Dr Seuss & Curious George

This latest group of Goodwill book finds are all about Dr. Seuss and Curious George (and some various other books too!), so here we go!
Wow, what a great find! "On Beyond Zebra!" by Dr. Seuss....I'd never heard of this one, anyone else? This particular book is a Grolier Book Club Edition from 1983.
Next is "It's Not Easy Being a Bunny" by Marilyn Sadler, illustrated by Roger Bollen. Cute book!
Next is "A Fish Out of Water" by Helen Palmer, illustrated by P.D. Eastman. Another Beginner Book by Random House. I also bought a copy of "How The Grinch Stole Christmas!" by Dr. Seuss, a nice Kohl's Cares copy.
This is the last of the Dr. Seuss books, but it's a Richard Scarry book! "The Best Mistake Ever! And Other Stories" was such a cute find I couldn't resist (remember, I LOVE Richard Scarry!).
Next we found "The New Adventures of Curious George" by Margret and H.A. Rey.  You can never have too many Curious George books when there's a boy in the house! This book isn't vintage, it has an original price tag from T.J. Maxx, but it's a nice find at Goodwill~!
Two more Kohl's Cares books are "Merry Christmas, Curious George" and "Curious George and the Firefighters" both by Margret and H.A. Rey. Well, it's fun to have hardcover Curious George books around, so these were nice to find.
The second book referenced above!
(Sorry for the blurry picture here.) I found a great board book of "Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel" by Virginia Lee Burton.
"Ten Little Ladybugs" by Melanie Gerth, illustrated by Laura Huliska-Belth. I posted about this one in a previous post, so was nice to find it!
I also found a DK board book about dump trucks on the construction site, a must for a boy who loves trucks!

So that's what I've found at the thrift store recently. Have you found any great books?

Enjoy your day and your latest book!

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