“All By Herself,” a quiet book from the 1950s by Kay Clark was manufactured by Plankie Toys in Younstown, Ohio.
The first page introduces little ones to a charming rhyme about a little girl who dresses herself.
Each page has a special attachment that challenges little people to learn “how” to button, lace, zip, snap, fold and tie.
The original illustrations printed on this fabric quiet book were drawn by “The Twins.”
This little book is perfect for distracting a small child during a long sermon!
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