A Dragon In a Wagon and other strange sights

It is a Little Golden e-book via Janette Rainwater. it truly is copyrighted in 1966. Very adorable rhyming tale. The publication has a few moderate harm at the corners and you may inform that it used to be saved in a bookshelf from the damage at the disguise. yet, no markings at the inside of. it's marked booklet 565 and $.29.

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