Mercy me, Bea! Look at the lovely vintage children's books I acquired last week. I can't find a copyright date on them. The only thing that's on the books, aside from the stories and rhymes is: PURNELL Printed in England No. (C.5., C.6., C.7. and C.8.). If anyone knows the circa date of these books, I'd love to know. Look at the page shown here on the right. It has a poem on it, called October. The poem reads:
October days are full of fun, For leaves keep dropping fast, So sweep and burn them every one, You'll tidy up at last.
Ahh ... the good old days when you sent out your children to gather all the leaves in the yard and burn them!
Bessie & Bea met on the internet (don't tell their kids) ... but they're starting to think they were sisters separated at birth .. just too much amazingness of fun and funk for one family.
Join Bessie & Bea; reject the ordinary bologna and Velveeta of life and add that special something that makes a truly original and delicious creative sandwich!