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By: GREENAWAY, KATE
Publisher: Akron, Saalfield, 1907
12mo (5 x 6 1/2"), cloth, some fraying and soil, 12p. including covers, One of the volumes in Saalfield’s series of ‘muslin books’. VG. Illustrated in color on every page based in part be her drawings from the Almanacks. This copy differs from all other copies we have seen; the front cover is white, not red. Unknown if this is a variant edition or a later printing - in all other respects it is the same as other copies we have seen. The back cover is red and blue,... View more info
By: Philpott, Eden
Publisher: London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1921
Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. 1st trade edition, 8vo, cloth. 3 tipped-in color plates, 21 b/w drawings and line drawings throughout. Good+: light wear to covers; light rubbing to lower corners and edges of spine; ffep age-toned; prior owner's inked signature opposite front paste down. No jacket. View more info
Publisher: Chamberlain Press, 1984
boards, 5"x6. A selection of fables illustrated with colored wood engravings by Sarah Chamberlain and translated by Boris Artzybasheff. Limited signed edition of 150 copies. Signed by the illustrator on the limitation page. Ten coloured plates, each with small illustration on the reverse. View more info
By: Carroll, Lewis
Publisher: London, McGibbon & Kee, 1972
Edition: 1st thus.
1st UK edition of the Ralph Steadman illustrated classic. 4to, black cloth. 144 pp. Centenary edition prepared by the Committee of the Lewis Carroll Society. Near fine copy in fine d/w. The only flaw is a very small bit of bumping (1/4” light crush) at the top of the spine. Signed by Steadman in blue ink on the title page. View more info
By: Field, Rachel
Publisher: New York, MacMillan, 1940
Edition: 1st ed.
Miniature book: 4"x5". A Christmas fable Field won the Newberry Medal for best children's book of 1929, "Hitty". Fine in good d/w, which has the price clipped out. Signed by Field on end-paper. View more info
Publisher: Paris, L. De Bure, Libraire, n.d. (circa 1850)
French printing of several of Perrault's fairy tales, illustrated with 8 hand-colored plates. Includes Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and six other tales. 12mos, marbled boards, rebacked in black leather w/leather corners. Condition good:interior clean and tight with no foxing. Rear endpaper detached, front end-paper partially detached, inside covers soiled, edges and corners rubbed. A very nice illustrated edition. View more info
Publisher: Kent, George Allen, 1885
George Allen, Orpington, Kent, 1885. Hardcover. First edition thus (originally published in 1823). Octavo. 20pp. Original gilt-stamped decorated brown cloth. Edited, with additional verses, by John Ruskin, and with several new illustrations by Kate Greenaway. Illustrated with twenty-two woodcuts. In this copy, the first three illustrations have been hand-colored; the woodcuts from the 1823 edition remain monotone. Very good copy. Inked inscription on front end paper and ... View more info
By: Bradbury, Ray
Publisher: New York, Barnes and Noble Books, 1996
1st ed. thus. 8vo, hardcover signed by Bradbury on front end-paper. Pristine copy in d/w! Previously published stories about prehistoric beasts; illustrated by William Stout, Steranko, Gahan Wilson, Moebius and others. View more info
By: Erskine, John
Publisher: Chicago, The Bookfellows, 1925
First edition. #64/300 signed copies. Cloth backed marble boards with paper labels on spine and front cover, deckle edges. Very good; corners bumped and rubbed, light wear to edges; spine label beginning to peel at top edge but still fully intact. Former owner's bookplate and signature on front endpapers. View more info
Publisher: London, London Raphael Tuck & Sons, 
1st ed thus., 16mo 4½ x 3½. An accordion fold out book with 8 double sided panels with color images by Harbour facing children’s poetry by Hart. Undated but generally presumed to be c. 1925. Publisher’s number ‘950’ at base of final fold. Original silk ties are present as is the scarce publisher’s box. The tales are: The Goose Girl. Red Riding Hood. The Beautiful Princess. Beauty and the Beast. The Sleeping Beauty. The Magic Mirror. Cinderella. Snow-White and... View more info
By: Pease, Howard
Publisher: New York, Doubleday Doran, 1940
Edition: 2d printing.
2d printing. 8vo, brown cloth. Color frontispiece; Frank Dobias dustjacket art and illustrations. Copyright date of 1939 but ‘1940’ printed on title page. A mystery novel for young adults. A very good-near fine, clean tight copy in good d/w with small chips or tears at corners and edges. Jacket is not price clipped (2.00 on front inside flap), View more info
By: Seuss, Dr.
Publisher: Random House, 1955
Edition: 1st ed., 2d printing.
2nd edition (1954) in dustjacket. The dust jacket has the 295/295 pricing; back of jacket has a line break in the ears. The book is clean and tight with no interior defects. Back cover is perfect. Front cover has some light rubbing along top edge and left side by the spine. Dust jacket has a 1" closed tear and a 2" crease on the bottom of back. All in all a very nice attractive copy. View more info
By: Baskin, Leonard
Publisher: Viking Press, 1972
1st edition (1972) of this Caldecott Medal winner, signed by illustrator Leonard Baskin in red ink on the front end paper. The book itself is in fine condition. The dust jacket has a 3/4" closed tear at front top, a 1/4" closed tear at rear top and a 2" water stain in lower right front corner. The water stain does not affect the book. View more info