Strange combination? This week I thought I'd share a couple of vintage items I've collected over the years. The book is "The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments: How to Set Up a Home Laboratory - Over 200 Simple Experiments", so if you have any kids that are interested in chemical reactions, how things work or just a little bored, you can probably find something fun to do in here. This book was actually banned in 1960 because the government was worried that it was too dangerous for the general public. Yet, it's all basic chemistry that we do in school today.
The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments
(You can download the book at the about.com page above)
I loved paper dolls when I was younger, and haven't found many in stores lately. So I found a bunch online a while back and now I'm going to share them with you. They were originally published between 1968 and 1972 in Sweden's ALLERS. Unfortunately, I can't give credit because I have no idea where I originally found these.