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Old stories to delight a new generation
Parents and grandparents won't need much encouragement to go on this little outing.
It will allow them to relive some favourite stories from their childhood and pass a love of books onto the next generation.
id="ccblink" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Melbourne Rare Book Week and there will be story readings of some beautiful old classic story books.
For most people, Harry the Dirty Dog brings back fond memories. It was originally published in black and white way back in 1956 and has been dearly loved every since.
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Who could forget the image of Harry covered in muck to the extent even his own family don't recognise him. The only way he can prove his identity is to retrieve the brush he has buried. It is such a wonderful story of love and acceptance.
Or the book inspired by a hole punch, The Very Hungry Caterpillar who chomps though enormous quantities of food until he emerges as a beautiful butterfly.