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The ABC book

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This edition was published in by Doubleday, Page & company in Garden City, N.Y.

40 pages

An all-time favorite and a classic in its field, this big and beautiful ABC book by distinguished artist C. B. Falls has been making new friends with delighted children for over forty years.
Mr. Falls designed the book for his little three-year-old daughter who likes a big book with lots of pictures. The drawings are cut on wood blocks and printed from fourcolor plates, and the artist has personally superintended the reproduction of them. The imagination of a child or grown-up is left free to capture by its own thrill of recognition the familiar in a new-old medium where color has not obscured the outline nor played too many tricks with nature.

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Cover of: ABC book
ABC book
1998, Morrow Junior books
in English
Cover of: ABC Book
ABC Book
1957, Doubleday
Hardcover
Cover of: ABC book
ABC book
1939, Doubleday, Doran & Company, inc.
in English
Cover of: ABC book
ABC book: designed and cut on wood
1923, Doubleday
in English
Cover of: ABC book.
ABC book.
1923, Doubleday
in English
Cover of: The ABC book
The ABC book
1923, Doubleday, Page & company

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ABC book

First published in 1923



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Presents an animal for each letter of the alphabet, from antelope and bear to yak and zebra.

The ABC book

This edition was published in by Doubleday, Page & company in Garden City, N.Y.


Edition Description

An all-time favorite and a classic in its field, this big and beautiful ABC book by distinguished artist C. B. Falls has been making new friends with delighted children for over forty years.
Mr. Falls designed the book for his little three-year-old daughter who likes a big book with lots of pictures. The drawings are cut on wood blocks and printed from fourcolor plates, and the artist has personally superintended the reproduction of them. The imagination of a child or grown-up is left free to capture by its own thrill of recognition the familiar in a new-old medium where color has not obscured the outline nor played too many tricks with nature.

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OL13440008M
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abcbook00fall
LC Control Number
23002228

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