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Books published by publisher Littlehampton Book Services Ltd

  • Black Beauty: Pop-up Bk

    Anna Sewell, Suzy Siddons

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, )
  • Little One's Book of Prayers

    Mabel Lucie Attwell

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, March 15, 1975)
  • Noddy Gets into Trouble

    Enid Blyton

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, March 15, 1983)
    Noddy Gets Into Trouble
  • Noddy and the Aeroplane

    Enid Blyton

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, March 15, 1976)
  • Once Upon a Time: Fairy Tales of the World

    Roger Lancelyn Green

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, Sept. 30, 1977)
  • Partition of Palestine

    Neil Grant

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, )
  • Land of the Forgotten Beasts

    Barbara Wersba

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, )
  • Russia in Revolution

    E.M. Halliday

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, March 15, 1967)
  • Royal Family Pop-up Book

    Patrick Montague-Smith

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Lt, March 15, 1984)
    This is a fascination record of one of the most exciting periods in the lives of the Royal Family. Faithfully depicted in outstanding artwork are six scenes from the past including the royal marriage of Prince Charles and Diana and the Royal Crawlabout, (William.) There are a variety of settings, and some moving!
  • Alien World the Complete Illustrated

    Steven Eisler

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, March 15, 1980)
    Worn and torn dust jacket is in a protective sleeve, boards have scuffed edges, corners bumped, page edges tanned. Shipped from the U.K. All orders received before 3pm sent that weekday.
  • Book of Legendary Creatures

    Tom McGowen

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, April 30, 1982)
  • William Tell

    Alan Blackwood

    Hardcover (Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, March 15, 1970)
    This book is the story of William Tell. It was set in Switzerland, where a tyrant named Gessler ruled over the people with an iron fist. One day this tyrant set up a tall pole in the public square, put his cap on top of it, and then gave orders that every man who came into town should bow down before it. William Tell would not do this, and laughed at the cap. Gessler became very angry and to punish Tell, who was famous in the land as a hunter, ordered that Tell's little boy stand in the square with an apple on his head, and then told Tell to shoot the apple with one of his arrows. If he failed, soldiers were to shoot the boy immediately. William Tell succeeded, to the delight of the crowd which had gathered. As he was turning away a second arrow fell from his coat. When Gessler questioned Tell about the second arrow, he replied: "This arrow was for your heart if I had hurt my child." In the 1800's Giochini Rossini composed an opera about William Tell. In the opera there was a musical piece called the William Tell overture. Part of it became the familiar theme song for "The Lone Ranger."