|Go Ahead Secret Seven by Enid Blyton|
There's a 1956 hard cover edition of Go Ahead Secret Seven, book five in the Enid Blyton series. My copy has an inscription inside the front cover that says it was given as a school prize, and my Dad's handwriting as a child denoting who the book belonged to.
|The Story of Twinky by Betty Larom|
The inscriptions and handwriting make both books extra special as far as I'm concerned.
|What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge|
|Pookie in Search of a Home by Ivy L Wallace|
|Chuff'ty Puff'ty the Jolly Railway Engine by G W Blow|