London: Nicholson & Watson, 1948. First edition. 8vo, 128 pp, illustrated with 52 b/w photographs and 12 color diagrams by the Isotype Institute. No dust jacket.
Full Enjoyment was one of 8 books published in the ambitious New Democracy series, aimed at reforming and building British society after WWII, and to avoid the mistakes of the interwar period. "...the citizen can only take an active part in the community if he is properly informed about the choices and possibilities before it. To contribute to this body of informed opinion, as a basis of social action, is the purpose of this series." - from the foreward.
The books were done in collaboration with the Isotype Institute. and this volume includes 12 spectacular Isotype charts in color, ranging from the occupancy of Theatres and Cinemas in London to Playing Games and Watching Races.
A very good example, with the binding overopened in a couple of places, but holding firmly, and a couple of smudges to cloth. No dust jacket. Item #28981