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Yet another copy of Alice in Wonderland, but this time Disney’s version. I couldn’t resist for 10p.
This is the first interpretation of Alice I knew, so this was a complete must, in what seems pristine condition and probably sadly never read before.
This tan leather satchel was 50p, it’s smaller than most, but is kind of quirky in it’s own way. I’ve always had a soft spot for a traditional satchel, I may just find a way to use this one.
It’s funny I had been in a different charity shop earlier on in the day and was so tempted by some old Enid Blyton’s, but priced at 70p each I decided to leave them behind.
I think it was meant to be, because when visiting the two charity shops I favour the most, all children’s books were priced at just 10p each...
Another Disney classic in Pete’s Dragon, I like these old covers, and think I’m going to go on to collect the rest in the collection.
I was delighted to see a Ladybird classic hidden behind a pile of old encyclopedias; these are always ones to lookout for. And let’s face it who doesn’t love a story about an enormous turnip?
Then this kitsch-tastic book from 1983, with glow in the dark eyes. The Mr was quite alarmed by this one, but hey I love a bit of tackiness.
The deer illustrations are just splendid, I was not leaving this one behind.
And this ballet book from 1972 is just so lovely and full of gorgeous illustrations, I must admit I am growing fonder of ballet by the day.
A title I didn’t recognize but the illustrations swayed me again. Each animal dressed in suitable attire, I can’t wait to read this one!
Then as I was at the counter, I noticed a bulging basket full of fridge magnets, curiosity got the better of me and I was soon emptying the basket all over the counter, much to the assistant’s dismay.
Priced at 5p and 10p of course I couldn’t resist sneaking a few home with me...
The Coca-Cola ones were instantly favourites.
The Pooh bear ones were just charming and ever so delightful. (The post title says it all)
These ones I thought were quite unique in their own way, I especially love the Bugs Bunny one, he’s one of my all time favourites.
Barbie was an impulse of course, though she’s already had a few nasty remarks from the Mr. And then lastly I was delighted to find this magnet of a cute little girl in a patchwork skirt.
She’s far too cute to put on the fridge, instead I think she will probably find a proper home in my craft room.
Holly Hobbie? Do enlighten me who she is, because I think she's pretty cool.