Thursday, March 5, 2015

Thrifty Thursday: Little Golden Books

Update: I had commented that I was looking for a winter coat. I've found one for $9--down filled, exactly what I wanted.

I love Little Golden Books. A number of years ago, I started picking them up secondhand. I soon learned that I needed to narrow my topics of interest, because there are so many titles!

I have three topics I collect:
Sesame Street

Because I don't bid on eBay or look for "rare" titles, it can take many months before I find a new title for my collection. I recently found BOTH a cat and a new Sesame Street book at the local St. Vincent dePaul for only 30 cents each:

I now have 12 different Sesame Street books:

I will have to see how many cat-themed ones I have. I haven't counted them recently.

Do you like Golden Books?


Greg_1948 said...

The ones I remember were well worn from my reading were "Tootle" and "The Little Engine that could". Trains were popular with boys, but I never became a steam engine engineer. . . . I did become another stereotypical of the time boy's dream occupation, but that is another story.

Maxwell Faraday Richman said...

ANYthing that makes Mommy give us a lap is GOLDEN by us! ;-)

Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

how on earth do you not have 'there is a monster at the end of this book'????

amyjtoo said...

What Tails from the Foster Kittens said! That's the only one I really know.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

GOod find :) I go to lots of book sales so if you are looking for any in particular just let me know. I collect Amelia Bedelias :)

Roberta said...

Wow, you have quite a collection. I remember those Golden Books very well. It's nice to still seem them at Barnes and Noble.

Eileen said...

We had them when I was a kid, but I haven't seen them in years. That's quite the collection!

The Island Cats said...

That is quite the collection!

Caren Gittleman said...

speaking for "those of us of a certain age" who DOESN'T love Golden Books? Fond memories!

Two kitties on the porch couch

Ringo and Lucy both love to sneak out on the porch anytime they can (with sneak meaning that Jim opens the door for them).