Boston: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1852. First edition, first issue with no ads. A very nice copy of... Read More about A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys
Philadelphia: Printed by Young, Stewart, and M’Culloch, in Chesnut-Street, No. 7, below Third-Street, 1785. Abecedary of Roman and Italic alphabets, with ligatures and punctuation marks; and a short syllabary, with the Catechism, here adapted for American needs. A note at the foot of p. 2 reads, “The blanks left in..... Read More about The A, B, C. With the Church of England Catechism. To which is annexed, Prayers used in the...
Boston: Weeks, Jordan, and Company, 1839. First Edition. BRILLIANT COPY. The seventh Rollo book. Read More about Rollo's Experiments
Boston: W. J. Reynolds, 1853-55. First Editions. Rollo in Europe--First Editions. Jacob Abbott (1803-79), an American congregational minister and educator, wrote the famous Rollo series of books (Rollo at Work, Rollo at Play, etc.) to teach his young readers specific moral values and concepts. In these travel books, following the..... Read More about Rollo's Tour in Europe: Rollo on the Atlantic (1853); Rollo in Paris (1854); Rollo in Switzerland...
Boston: Published by Pierce and Parker, 1833. First edition. Read More about The Teacher: or Moral Influences employed in the Instruction and Government of the Young
Boston: Crocker & Brewster, 1839. First Edition. Read More about Caleb in the Country. A Story for Children. By the Author of the Rollo Books
Boston: Otis, Broaders, & Co, 1843. First edition. Read More about The Rollo Philosophy. Part IV. The Sky
Boston: Lothrop Publishing Co, nd. Read More about The ABC Surprises
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, . First edition. Artist’s Copy. Read More about The Twelve Dancing Pricesses
[New York]: 27 October 1954. Addams to a Little Admirer. The great American cartoonist of the macabre writes:“Dear Robert, Thanks for your very kind letter. I’m glad that you like my pictures and I will try to do more of them. They’re all so special, that it isn’t easy to..... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed (Chas Addams), to Robert Black (sic Block
New York: Published by Windmill Books, Inc Distributed by Harper & Row, . Addams, Charles. First edition. Addams' first book aimed at children and the first publication of Windmill Books. Read More about The Mother Goose
London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1820. First edition. Read More about Aesop in Rhyme, with some originals
London: Printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawes, [1760?]. The Sixth edition Corrected and Amended. Read More about Fabulae Æsopi Select or Select Fables of Æsop; with English Translation. More Literal than any...
Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co, 1870. First edition, first state with “scattered” on page 14 line 20 and “The Uncle Sam Series” on the first leaf of advertisements at the back. Read More about The Story of a Bad Boy
Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co, 1870. First edition, First state. Read More about The Story of a Bad Boy
London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, . Rackham, Arthur. No. 144 of 500 copies signed by Rackham. Signed, Limited. Read More about Fairy Tales
Boston: Berkley Updike, The Merrymount Press, 1896. French-fold. Read More about The Nightingale. Translation by H.W. Dulcken
Herning, Denmark: Poul Kristensen, 1986. One of 26 copies (none for sale, signed by the artist.) Printed in linophoto Baskerville. Read More about The Snow Queen. A Tale of Seven Stories. Translated by Patricia L. Conroy and Sven H. Rossel....
Copenhagen: Andreasen & Lachmann, 1940. Number 668 of 800 copies, signed by Grosserer Marius Maurinen on colophon, and by Andreasen on preface. With 12 wonderful illustrations, by Anton Hansen, Thor Bógelünd, Erik Stockmarr, Magnüs Bengtsson, Sikker Hansen, V. Steoft, Carl Jensen, Ebbe Sadolin, Albert Naür, Harald Hansen, Arne Ungermann, Herlief..... Read More about Tolv med Posten
Boston: Sabbath School Society Depository, No. 13 Cornhill, 1847. Read More about Arabella, or "I Won't!"
[probably German]: [c. 1880?]. Read More about Young boy, barefoot, with stick on stair. Full Figure
New York: The Viking Press, 1937. Second printing, July 1937. Winner of the First Caldecott Prize. Read More about Seven Simeons
New York: The Viking Press, 1937. First Published April 1937. Winner of the First Caldecott Prize. Read More about Seven Simeons: a Russian tale retold and illustrated by Boris Artzybasheff , (Text in English
London: Chatto & Windus, 1919. First edition. Written by Ashford (1881-1972) when she was 9 in 1890, here published for the first time. It was so successful that it was reprinted 19 times in 1919. Read More about The Young Visiters or Mr. Salteenas Plan. Preface by J.M. Barrie
Philadelphia: Printed and sold by J.H. Cunningham, no. 70, South Third-street, 1819. Early edition. Oft-reprinted booklet detailing the proper way to raise modest and good Christian children. "I acknowledge my obligations for some of the sentiments contained in the following work to a small treatise ... by ... William Penn..... Read More about Serious Advice, from a Father to his Children, Respecting Their Conduct in the World; Civil,...
Neuchatel: Éditions du Griffon, . First edition, Number 220 of a Limited but unspecified edition. Read More about Les Automates. Figures Artificielles d'Hommes et d'Animaux. Histoire et Technique