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UCLA’s Virtual Library Hosts Over 1,800 Vintage Children’s Books for Free via My Modern Met

July 1st, 2019
I am finding a lot of these digital collections recently. It is always great to give people greater access to these collections. One of the best uses of the Internet. — Douglas
 
 
f you’re a fan of children’s books, prepare to lose hours browsing through the virtual UCLA Children’s Book Collection. The digital archive hosts over 1,800 children’s fiction, poems, and educational books dating from 1728 to 1999. From fairy tale classics such a Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, to Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, this collection will take you right back to your childhood.

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