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The Tale of Betsy Butterfly: Tuck-Me-In Tales - cover

The Tale of Betsy Butterfly: Tuck-Me-In Tales

Arthur Scott Bailey

Publisher: Krill Press

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Arthur Scott Bailey was one of the most prolific and popular authors of kids books in the early 20th century. He wrote several dozen books, many of which are still read today.

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