This is a set of unattached 1932 Book Covers from Make and Make-Believe (The Work-Play Books), written by Arthur I. Gates and Miriam Blanton Huber, illustrated by George M. Richards, and published by MacMillan, NY. Measuring 7.375" high by 5.25" wide, each book cloth cover has a continuing illustration in black, gray-blue and rusted orange of a prince waving (front) to two gnomes, one seated and one waving, in front of a castle (back). The inside has a continuous silhouette in gray-blue and rusted orange of a marching line of figures, including Mother Goose on her broomstick, a prince, two boys in middle eastern clothing, a Pilgrim, an elephant with a fairy on its back, a gnome, a woman with a bucket on her head, and a bear. These Book Covers from Make and Make-Believe are in better than Good Condition. There are some small areas of surface wear and corner wear on both covers. The interior illustrations are clean and undamaged. Ideal for use in collage or other art projects.