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  • briagell perret

    my vintage book collection (in blog form).: I Know an Old Lady, illustrated by Abner Graboff

  • Lisa Schwerin

    I loved this book as a kid! My mom used to sing me the song a lot too. I Know an Old Lady written by Rose Bonne, pictures by Abner Graboff (1961).

  • Meagan DeLoach

    Favorite childhood book.

  • Shelby Friesen

    I Know an Old Lady Abner Graboff ***This was my favorite book when I was a kid! Still know it by heart!***

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