COPPER-TOED BOOTS by Marguerite de Angell
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COPPER-TOED BOOTS

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This is tops -- measures up to my favorite Henner's Lydia as a sound American background book, but with wider appeal in that it is a typical American small town setting and a story of a very real small boy, whose ambition in life consisted of two things, -- copper-toed boots and a dog of his own. Delightful pictures.

Pub Date: Oct. 28th, 1938
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran