Vintage Children’s Cookbooks: Vintage Cookbook’s antiquarian, antique, vintage, out-of-print, rare, collectible and used cookbooks for children, including the cookbook that you had as a child. Now you can give to your grandchild! This is the category for children’s cookbooks from the 1800s, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Historic cookbooks!
Vintage Children’s Cookbooks currently on the website include: Wonderful Wizard of Oz Cook Book, 1981; Mary Frances Cook Book or Adventures Among the Kitchen People, 1912, First Edition, First Printing with Dust Jacket; Barbie’s Easy-As-Pie Cookbook, 1964; Jane-Louise’s Cook Book, 1930; Child Life Cook Book, 1926, 1929; Children’s Party Book, 1923; Kiddy Kookery Menus and Recipes for Feeding Children from Six Months to Six Years, 1923; Tasha Tudor Cookbook, 1993; Jolly Times Cook Book, 1934; My Learn Cook Book, 1967, Sedgwick; Mary Frances Sewing Book: Adventures Among the Thimble People, 1913; Mary Francis Cook Book or Adventures Among the Kitchen People, 1912; Little Cook Book for Little Girl, 1905; Nancy Drew Cookbook, 1973; Patty Pans: A Cook Book for Beginners, 1929, 1930; Susie’s New Stove, 1950; Cooking Out-of-Doors, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., 1960; Fannie Farmer Junior Cook Book; Cooking Out-of-Doors, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., 1960; Fun with Cooking: Easy Recipes for Beginners, 1947; Mother Goose Cookie-Candy Book, 1983; Betty Crocker’s New Boys and Girls Cook Book, 1965; Teen Cuisine Illustrated by Peter Max; Tricks for Treats: A Fun with Foods Project; 4-H Food Magic; Kitchen Fun, 1932; Junior Cook Book, 1972; It’s Fun to Cook, Maltby; Little House Cookbook; Better Homes Gardens Junior Cook Book; Baker’s Easy Cut Up Party Cakes; Young Children’s Mix Fix Cook Book; Fannie Farmer Junior Cook Book; The Little Chef’s Cookbook, 1950; Young America’s Cook Book, 1939, New York Herald Tribune; Fun to Cook Book, Carnation, 1955; Better Homes Gardens Junior Cook Book, 1955.