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Ten Books To Survive Downton Abbey Withdrawal.
My mother always enjoyed reading these books to me!
Gone With the Wind costume sketches by Walter Plunkett
Richard Mayhew is an unassuming young businessman living in London, with a dull job and a pretty but demanding fiancee. Then one night he stumbles across a girl bleeding on the sidewalk. He stops to help her--and the life he knows vanishes like smoke.
1936 First Edition of Gone With The Wind hand signed by author, Margaret Mitchell. Even before the book’s publication, producer David O. Selznick had secured the film rights at Mitchell's asking price of $ 50,000, which was more than any studio had paid for the rights to an author’s first novel. He later sent her an additional $ 50,000 when he saw how well the film was received.
1936 First edition Gone With the Wind hand signed by Margaret Mitchell
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.... Christmas isn't Christmas without it!
Make this a Book Christmas (poster) 1927 © National Association of Book Publishers, USA ... Now if only I could convince everyone else of what a good idea that is! ... Thomas Haller Buchanan appears to be the primary source with his post at: http://mydelineatedlife.blogspot.com/2010/11/message-from-1927.html
Make this a Book Christmas (poster) 1927 - Great stocking stuffers
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