storybook

[ stawr-ee-boo k, stohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF storybook
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I had to give an example, so I read a full page from a storybook.

Wasn't it just a storybook over which I had fallen adoze and adream?

Things do happen like a storybook sometimes, don't they, Al?

Wasnt it just a storybook over which I had fallen a-doze and a-dream?

"Oh, it's delightful to be living in a storybook," she thought gaily.

The simple record of his adventures is in itself a storybook.

And years ago I visited Teharna, a deserted village from the storybook, a former pony express station—wonderful black walnuts!

He had said once to Francis Markrute, he remembered, that these great passions were "storybook stuff."

If you could get your grandfather or your grandmother to tell you of this visit, it would be as interesting as a storybook.

Under this head we have suggested several books which belong to the "storybook" order.

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