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|The picture shows a view of the colorful front and back covers as well as the binding edge of this ©1937 Perry Winkle and The Rinky Dinks Big Little Book. The book was written by Martin Branner and it was published by the Whitman Publishing Company of Racine, Wisconsin. It was printed in the U.S.A.. It is ©1937 by Martin Branner and licensed by Famous Artists Syndicate of Chicago, Illinois. The book is based on the Famous Comic Strip ''Winnie Winkle The Breadwinner''. There are (430) pages with black & white illustrations and the story. The book measures 3-5/8'' x 4-1/2'' x 1-1/2''. It appears to be in excellent condition with only a little wear as pictured. There are two pages that have a fold crease. We are not graders so please judge the condition by the clear pictures below. In the back there are advertisements for Mandrake The Magician, Ted Towers, Jungle Jim, and Tom Beatty, Ace of The Service. There are three pages listing other big little books. They include:|
STORIES OF DETECTIVES AND HEROES
Mandrake The Magician
Erik Noble and The Fourty Niners
G-Man VS. The Red X
Terry and The Pirates
Apple Mary and Dennie Foil The Swindlers
Li'l Abner In New York
Popeye The Sailor Sees The Sea
Ted Towers, The Story of The Animal Master (Frank Buck)
Buck Rogers and The Planetoid Plot
Dickie Moore In ''The Little Red Schoolhouse''
The Plainsman (with Gary Cooper)
Flash Gordon and The Witch Queen of Mongo
Powder Smoke Range
Bringing Up Father
Little Orphan Annie and The $1,000,000 Formula
Smilin' Jack and The Stratosphere Ascent
The Return Of Tarzan
Dick Tracy and The Racketeer Gang
Radio Patrol Trailing The Safeblowers
Dan Dunn, Secret Operative 48, and The Crime Master
SOS Coast Guard
Mac Of The Marines In Africa
Tom Beatty, Ace of The Service, Scores Again!
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