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Boys and Girls
is a lavishly illustrated, restrospective look at childhood. It is full of evocative imagery from sixty years of Ladybird books.

Slightly tongue in cheek and gently humourous, Boys & Girls is THE big book for the autumn and will appeal to anyone who has ever owned one of these iconic little books.

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Wills & Hepworth used to own and office in Birmingham dealing with commissions for printing in the West Midlands area including the car manufacturers Austin and Rover, and BSA motorbikes.


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