The 3 books are some of my favorites.
In case you don't know who Mr. Jingling was- I will tell you. If you lived in the television viewing area of Cleveland Ohio in the 1950's and 1960's he was a Christmas Icon. All his items are highly collectible now. He ushered in the Christmas season right after Thanksgiving with the current toys from Halle's Department store. He was the keeper of the keys for the toys. If you visited him because Santa was so busy he gave you a key. His dress was that of an elf. As I look back on him now, he was rather a rather scary creature but I looked forward to his show everyday. There was always an update on Santa, a story and then the latest toys were shown. The anticipation I felt while waiting for the toys and dolls to be shown is revisiting me now as this is being typed. We didn't live near Halle's so I never got to meet him. Sears, Penny's and Montgomery Wards were the catalogs that had well worn and the corners bent to mark the items we most wanted. The jingle for the show went like this-"Mr. Jingling how you tingling, keeper of the keys. On Halle's 7th floor, we'll be looken for you to turn the key." If you google his name some u-tube videos will come up.-
There are lots of miniature Steam punk items as well in this same area to be used for clothing, mini furniture with lots of gears and wheels. I like the looks of the items but haven't figured out what to make with them.