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Told Under the Blue Umbrella (1933)

by The Association for Childhood Education International (Editor)

Other authors: Marguerite Davis (Illustrator)

Series: Umbrella Books

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"New Stories for New Children." Fewer authors I already knew in this one, but does include Marjorie Flack and Alice Dalgliesh. Adorable spot illustrations this time by Marguerite Davis. ( )
  MerryMary | Apr 8, 2008 |
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