The Story of Jack and the Giants
by E. Dalziel, G. Dalziel, R. Doyle
Publisher: Cundall & Addey 1851
Number of pages: 66
Delight in the beautiful art work and original prose of this gem from the dawn of the golden age of illustration, when children's books brought their readers into the world of imagination and adventure. Presented as it was originally published in 1851.
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