Child Life The Children's Own Magazine April 1933 Vol XII No. IV

Barrows, Marjorie, ed.

Published by Rand NcNally, 1933
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Title: Child Life The Children's Own Magazine April...

Publisher: Rand NcNally

Publication Date: 1933

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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192 p., paper, quarto (11 1/2" x 8 1/2"), fine. This is a magazine full of stories; drawings; photographs; book reviews; activities, puzzles and games; articles about nature, food and diet, history, and other topics; and other material for young children. This issue has special Easter features. Authors include Helen Hudson, A. Neely Hall, Ruby Short McKim, Eunice Tietjens, Elsie Hall, Florence Kerigan, Caroline Mabry, Frances Cavanah, Esther Williams McGinty, Carolyn T. Radnor Lewis, Mary Isabel Parker, Clara Ingram Judson, and others; illustrators include John Gee ([? unsigned] front cover), Ethel M. Rice, John Dukes McKee, Junket; Cocomalt; Lifebuoy soap; McMillan publishers; Lucy Fitch Perkins Story Telling Contest; Kleenex tissues; Nazareth children's underwear; Northern Pacific Railway; Kraft foods; Crayola; Knox gelatin; American Seating Company; Q'Tips; Kondon's nasal jelly; Sleep Safe Baby Harness; Kladedge Self-help Garments [drop-seat pants], Lincoln Log wooden puzzles; Lux Soap; Calvert School in Maryland; Hygia baby bottles; Ralston cereals, and others including a shopping directory for children (!). Full-color front cover; several pages with green and black illustrations; otherwise black and white. This issue has special Easter features. Includes advertisements for Quaker cereal (back cover); California Prunes; Wheatena cereal; a Full-color covers, six pages with black and green illustrations, otherwise illustrations are black and white. Bookseller Inventory # 2BACL433

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