THE TELEPHONE BOOK by Dorothy Kunhardt
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With exactly the same format as its successful predecessor Pat The Bunny, this little book will be off to a tremendous sale, it will go out in almost every package from the stores. Obviously not a library book it will be a god-send to the booksellers who will be ably helped by generous advertising. Aimed at babies slightly older than those who adored the first volume, it has the same type of unusual trick that the child can do himself. For instance there are two cardboard telephones attached by string so that little ones can gabble with their parents, they can put the baby to bed, mail a letter, open a drawer, see and feel a real bandage on a scratched knee, and so forth. --inevitably so. In a pale blue box.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster