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THE FIRST BOOK OF TOYS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Following on the heels of Helen Hoke's First Book of Dolls, this explores further into the fascinating field of toys. Toys here and now and toys of other lands and times are neatly described and pictured in a handy little book which may hold as much interest for those who work with children as for children themselves. Teachers-to-be, recreation directors and camp personnel might find suggestions for craft projects in this varied presentation of toys for fun and education.

Pub Date: July 1st, 1957
Publisher: Franklin Watts