Duke has been on a Dr. Seuss kick for a couple months now. It started when we took him to see The Lorax on opening weekend and the weekend after that, one of his friends at school had a Dr. Seuss themed Birthday Party. He pretends he's the Once-ler and has almost memorized The Lorax. We've stocked up on books from Target - surprisingly only $5 each and borrowed the others from our local library. His Amazon.com wish list is full of Dr. Seuss. So imagine my luck when I came across these Dr. Seuss goodies at our favorite thrift store:
Horton Hears A Who Vinyl .95
Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are - This was .95 with the How The Grinch Stole Christmas Coloring Book
American Me book from 1948 (Missing it's dust cover) $1.95
The inside has a few illustrations.
And a glossary of Spanish and Spanglish words.
I'm always on the look out for frames. These gorgeous ornate frames were $1.95
Alice In Wonderland book from 1946 (Missing it's dust cover - not sure it had one) $1.95
1909 Sears Catalog from 1979 .95
I have been wanting one of these forever! It's a reprint but it's still interesting to check out
My husband and I are huge fans of print so coming across these treasures guarantees our house will be full of books for the kids for the next few generations.
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