Who remembers reading Gay Days? at school? Or the imaginatively titled Stories to Read? How about At the Farm? Practically everyone I know remembers Dick and Jane. Those strangely dressed children, with stilted speech patterns. Mind you, the parents spoke with a limited vocabulary too:
“Now I must buy a present,” said Father.
“Here is a little horse,” said Ken.
“Pamela could sit on it and we could rock her.”
“Yes, Mother and I will give her that horse. We will take it home with us.” [Gay Days, 1961 p.14]
Vintage children’s books are now very collectible- I think it’s due to nostalgia for printed media now that e-books are popular. And the fact that these stilted storied are buried deep in our subconscious. I can remember the stories as if they were yesterday!
This set comprises 6 books:
3 hardbacks: Open Road to Reading 
Travelling On [Yellow cover]
Travelling On [Blue cover]
3 softbacks: At the Farm [1950s]
Stories to Read
Gay Days 
All the books’ covers show some wear and tear, but the interiors are in good condition. For sale: $AUD90