The Saturday Evening Post Norman Rockwell Book
Curtis Publishing Company, 1977 - Saturday evening post - 152 pages
This is a book of things to do, stories to read, games to play, songs to sing - all with illustrations by Norman Rockwell reproduced from the pages of The Saturday Evening Post. Think of it as a kind of treasure hunt; you and your farmily are the seekers and ultimate benefactors, the treasure is simple enjoyment.
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