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What does the term Bumper Book mean and where did it come from?


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Answered 2013-06-04 08:07:33

Mass-produced Children's Books, printed on cheap and lightweight but very thick paper, typically containing non-copyright material for which no royalties had to be paid, printed in large type, and re-using the same illustrations from one book to another. They were produced in Britain from about 1925.

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