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#TinyBookTuesday Heydon’s First Spelling Book 

Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! Today we have Heydon's First Spelling Book: Being an Easy Instruction to Spelling. This tiny book was published in 1853, London, United Kingdom.  <img class="alignnone wp-image-2369 size-medium" src="" …

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#TinyBookTuesday “The Sports of Childhood” 

Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have The Sports of Childhood; or Pastimes of Youth published by S. Babcock, New Haven in 1840. Archery, a game of cricket, blowing bubbles,  and walking on stilts are recommended pastimes for children!   PS. Never trust children with a pen and a book!  

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#TinyBookTuesday “The Little History of England” 

Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! Here is The Little History of England published by Clark, Austin & Smith, New York in 1850.

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#TinyBookTuesday “The Curiosities of London and Westminster” 

Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Here is The Curiosities of London and Westminster Described, in Four Volumes, Embellished with Elegant Copper Plates, Volume III. This tiny book contains descriptions of: St. Paul's Cathedral,  Black Friars Bridge, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, The Temple, Temple Bar, The British Museum, Northumberland House, Charing Cross, and Lincoln's Inn.  It was published in London and printed …

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#TinyBookTuesday; “A Compendious History of the World” 

It's #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have: A Compendious History of the World from the Creation to the Dissolution of the Roman Republic, Compiled for the use of Young Gentlemen & Ladies by their Old Friend Mr. Newbery, Embellished with Variety of Copper Plates. This tiny book was printed in London for Newbery at the Bible & Sun in St. …

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#TinyBookTuesday “Reading Made Easy; Adorned with a neat set of Cats” 

It's #TinyBookTuesday from the Teacher's College Library!  Today we have "Harrison's First Book for Children or Reading Made Easy Adorned with a neat set of Cats" published by W & J Harrison around 1818.

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Non-Conformist (circa 1970), by David Shapiro

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