I usually attend both days, but my truck was in the shop and I had to share a truck with Chucks.
So I only was able to go one time - but I stayed for several hours.
A stack of four We Three readers.
I always buy vintage Christmas books - more about this one.
The small green book is Mental Arithmetic - a whole book of exercises for doing basic arithmetic in your head.
I think I will just stick with my calculator.
A French textbook.
Three reasons for buying Christmas Days:
One: it is about Christmas.
Two: it has an inscription. (But it does lack a date.)
Three: it has hand-cut pages.
Love old spelling books - you would not believe the lists for children to learn.
Published in 1905 so it is 110 years old.
Doesn't make it valuable because so many were printed.
There is always a whole area for music-
The violin book is chocked full with great music to craft with.
A room filled children's books.
A stack of the Best In Children's Books series.
I do not usually buy Bibles because I do not think they should be sold, but these were headed to the discard pile.
Yes, I found a box of the tiny translation dictionaries I collect.
The tallest here is four inches.
I was disappointed to not find any of the tiny Hungarian books, but they might have sold the first day.
So a few of the books I managed to pack into the truck.
Some of these I will keep, some will be used for projects, and some will be enjoyed then head to the booth.
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