I like books. Lots of books.
In particular, I like vintage children's books with wonderful illustrations.
Even better when you find them for a steal at Goodwill.
I found "The Tall Book of Make-Believe"
by Jane Werner and Garth Williams
just the other day at my local Goodwill.
It's Copyrighted 1950 and appears to be a library book.
The illustrations are enchanting.
It's a compilation of children's stories, fairy tales
and poems from the 1920's, 1930's, and 1940's.
If you happen to come across one at a decent price, snap it up.
Looking at Amazon.com and Ebay, this appears to be highly collectible.
On the other hand, I found Volumes I-VII of
Masterpieces of the World's Best Literature copyright 1910.
Volume VIII was not there.
You'd think these were more valuable, but no.
Probably because they're not illustrated.
They do contain many great stories and I love the old binding.
I can probably easily find Volume 8 to make it a complete set.
I find these to be works of art.
The pictures inspire me with my own creations.
I hope your last couple days of September are dandy.
Have a great autumn week!