New York, N.Y. G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1994. Brett, Jan. First Edition. Hardcover. Sixth printing. Jan Brett adds her own twists to this classic tale. Charmingly illustrated. Very fine in very fine and bright dust jacket. An as new unread copy.
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Stopler, Joel. Softcover. Copyright 1946. 32 blackand white illustrated pages of zoo animals with brief text for each. Staple bound. Last page has quiz neatly filled in. A near fine copy.
Mankato, Minnesota: Picture Book Studio, 1985. Iwasaki, Chihiro. Hardcover. Retold by Anthea Bell. Watercolor illustrations. Very fine in fine and bright dust jacket.
New York: Hyperion Books for Children, 1996. Rayevsky, Robert. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very fine in very fine and bright dust jacket. An as new unread copy.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1999. Quint Buchholz. First US edition, first printing. Hardcover. Translated from the German by Peter F. Neumeyer. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.
New York: Ariel Books; Workman Publishing, 1985. Gurney, John. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Navy blue leatherette with lettering in gilt. The story of a young boy in boarding school and his triumph over temptation. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.
New York, N.Y. Clarion Books, 1988. Brett, Jan. First Edition. Hardcover. Duck is puzzled by his birthday gifts. Bright, colorful illustrations, set in south-western landscapes, by Jan Brett. Glossy illustrated boards. Very fine in very fine and bright dust jacket.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1984. Burleson, Joe. First US edition. Hard Cover. A "Magic Window" book with a series of space colony scenes in three dimensions when you peek into the hole and pull the back cover away from you. Very good with light rub to covers.
New York, NY;: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1982. Tomes, Margot. Hardcover. Sara Crew was written in 1888 by Burnett. The story was so popular that she later expanded it into the longer novel, A LITTLE PRINCESS. Slight corner bump else fine in fine lightly rubbed dust jacket.
London: Victor Gollancz, Ltd., 1973. Foreman, Michael. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. A story of the descendants of Mr and Mrs Noah. 63 pages with illustrations in pen and ink. Signed on full title page by Michael Foreman. A fine copy in fine dust jacket.
Bedford, MA: Applewood Books, 1994. First Applewood printing. Hardcover. A pop-up reprint of the original 1935 edition. Issued without dust jacket. A fine, as new, copy.
New York, N.Y. Philomel Books, 1995. Carle, Eric. First edition. Hardcover. Sixth printing. Fireflies light up and blink when the last page is opened. Book measures 12x8.5 inches. Very fine in fine and bright dust jacket.
New York, N.Y. Philomel Books, 1992. Dillon, Leo and Diane. First edition. Hardcover. A lovely way to say goodnight. Fine in lightly rubbed else fine dust jacket.
New York: Orchard Books/Scholastic Inc., 2004. First trade edition, first printing. Hardcover. Signed by Carman twice, on the haf-title and the title pages. An adventurous fantasy story with a brave twelve year old girl as the heroine who is helped with talking forest animals. A fine copy, issued without dust...
Portland, OR: Wendy Ice, Publisher, 2016. David Delamare. First edition thus, first printing. Hardcover. Deluxe Standard limited issue of the 150th anniversary edition. Signed in black ink on the title page by the widow of David Delamare, Wendy Ice, who was also publisher, editor, and designer. The book features 96...
Norwalk, CT: The Heritage Press. Trnniel, John. Hard Cover. Copyright 1969. Light blue cloth covered boards with design and title in silver. SANDGLASS (publisher's prospectus) laid in. Hint of fade to blue on head of text near spine. A fine copy in fine silver slip case.
New York: North-South Books. Zwerger, Lisbeth. First Thus, first printings. Hardcover. Two classics with engaging illustrations by prize winning Lisbeth Zwerger. "And what is the use of a book," thought Alice, "without pictures...?" Both books are very fine in very fine and bright illustrated dust jackets, housed in fine and...
New York: Little Simon/Simon & Schuster, 1997. David A. Carter. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Blast off with Captain Bug Rogers on an intergalactic pop-up adventure. Pop-ups, pull-tabs, and flaps to lift. A fine and bright copy with hint of rubbing to glossy illustrated covers. Issued without dust jacket.
Cambridge, MA;: Candlewick Press, 1997. Cartlidge, Michelle. First US edition. Hardcover. Colorful and delightful pop-ups and pull tabs. Paper mechanics by Dave Browning and Martin Taylor. A fine and bright, lightly read, copy. Issued without dust jacket.
Boston, MA: Ginn and Company, 1911. Charles Copeland. Hardcover. A Once-Upon-A-Time Series book. Olive green cloth with lettering and decoration in black and gold gilt. A very good copy with light wear to covers and mild toning to illustrated endpapers. Previous owner's name and date of 1916 on front pastedown.
New York: Broadland, Inc, 1945. Violet LaMont. First edition. Spiral bound. Collects 10 classic stories, each attractively illustrated by Violet LaMont. Spiral bound in colorfully illustrated heavy card covers. Light rubbing along the cover edges. The handles were never used. They show no creasing. A near fine, wonderful bright copy.
Grand Rapids, MI: Fideler Company, 1948. Dirk. Oblong, comb binding. Bound in color illustrated steam locomotive shaped boards. Card stock color illustrated pages. A very good plus copy.
Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1965. Edward Gorey. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. A satiric poem about a long-ago King. Illustrated throughout by Edward Gorey. Toledano; Goreyography B24. Fine in near fine price-clipped dust jacket.
Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1970. Edward Gorey. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. A book of humorous poetry for children. Toledano B46a. A fine and bright copy in very good dust jacket.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1933. Valentine, A.C. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. The first book in the four volume "Adventures in the Unknown" series. "...One of the two authors writing before Heinlein (the other is Roy Rockwood) whose imagination and storytelling ability still stand out." Barron: Anatomy of Wonder...