Title: I Wish I Were a Farmer.
Publisher: Garden City Books, Garden City
Publication Date: 1952
Edition: 1st Edition
Wide 24mo. Pictorial paper over boards. No pages, but unfolds accordion style to 47" wide. Very good. Faintest bit of edgewear. A tight and handsome first edition of this unusual "5' Foot Picturama Playbook with Punchouts" depicting an idyllic farm life with a single line of text running along the bottom. Heavy stock cutouts include a jeep, a young boy, a young girl, a horse, a turkey, a group of chickens, a group of bunnies and a shovel. Printed both sides, so the diarama and text continue on the verso. Bright and colorful and unusual. Scarce, especially in such attractive condition. Bookseller Inventory # 35661
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