[Davos, Switzerland: n.d., 1880]. First edition, one of a few copies printed. A fugitive item in the bibliography... Read More about A Martial Elegy for some Lead Soldiers
Scarsdale, Ny: Bradbury Press, . First edition. Read More about Then again, maybe I won't
Northampton, (Mass.): J. Metcalf, 1837. Read More about Book of Pictures and Verse
Paris: Chez Rosa Rel. Librairie, 1812. First Edition. Read More about Conseils à ma Fille
New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1899. Read More about The Story of Lewis Carroll. Told by the Real Alice in Wonderland...with a Diary and Numerous...
London: Aldine Publishing Company, [1895, 96]. Read More about The Island School. A story of school life and adventure
London: "Boys of England" Office, 1899. Harkaway Series Nos. 12 & 13. Both books were originally issued in parts (21 & 12 pts, respectively), "but here reissued as one of the sixpenny volumes in the Harkaway series of complete novels." (James & Smith). Read More about Edwin J. Brett's Jack Harkaway and His Son's Adventures in Greece. Complete in Two Volumes. WITH:...
London: [Edwin J. Brett, "Boys of England Office"], [ca. 1890]. Original 65 weekly numbers. Read More about The Young Apprentice, or The Watchwords of Old London
London: James Henderson, n.d [c. 1875]. “‘Our Young Folks’ Shilling Story Books”. Read More about Young Tom Rodman. A Stirring Story of School Life
[London: W. Lucas (?), ca. 1890]. Weekly penny parts. A collection of Ching-Ching adventures from “the boys’ Charles Dickens,” Edward Burrage (1839-1916). Ching-Ching rivaled the popularity the Victorian-era boys’ adventure hero Jack Harkaway. Read More about Cheerful – Daring – Wonderful Ching-Ching [With:] The Wild Adventures of Jam Josser &...
London: Published by George Emmett, at the Office, Hogarth House, St. Bride’s Avenue, [ca. 1885]. Early edition. James & Smith tentatively attributed this boys’ adventure to George Emmett, who appears here as the publisher. The illustrations, at least one of which is signed “Phiz,” have been attribited to Hablot Knight..... Read More about Young Tom Wildrake’s Adventures in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America
Windsor[, Vermont]: Printed by Oliver Farnsworth, 1815. First Edition. In referring to Bradley’s “An Improved Spelling Book,” similar in format to this one and published the same year, Nietz informs us that “this book was different from many others in several respects. First, Bradley frankly acknowledged that ‘the extracts have..... Read More about A Spelling Book, formed upon an easy, systematical plan, and designed for small children and...
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1906. First Edition. A CLASSIC. Read More about Peter Poodle Toy Maker to the King
New York: Cassell & Co, 1883. From the library of Charles Edison. A girlhood book of Carolyn Hawkins, wife of Charles Edison (1890-1969), son of Thomas A. Edison and Governor of New Jersey from 1941-1944. Read More about Four Little Friends or Papa's Daughters in Town
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. Wiese, Kurt. First edition. Read More about Freddy and the Popinjay
New York: Harper & Brothers, . First edition. Read More about The Silver Nutmeg
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936. Brown, paul. First edition. With a fine sepia pencil portrait of War Paint's head with feather hanging down and a warm inscription "To Laura Adams [sister of Frederick B. Adams, Jr.] May you count many co--- Very sincerely Paul Brown '36." Read More about War Paint, An Indian Pony
London: Addey and Co, 1852. First edition. Read More about Home and its Pleasures: Simple Stories for Young People
New York: John Day, . First Edition. INSCRIBED TO HER SECRETARY. INSCRIBED by Buck to her secretary of 30 years, "To Mrs. Shaddlinger and her children. With warm regards, Pearl S. Buck" Read More about The Dragon Fish
New York: John Day, . First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author to her secretary’s daughter, Jackie Shaddlinger, "For Jackie [Shaddlinger] with appreciation and good wishes. Pearl S. Buck." Read More about The Water-Buffalo Children
New York: John Day, . First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author to her secretary’s daughter, Jackie Shaddlinger, "For Jackie [Shaddlinger] Pearl S. Buck." Read More about Yu Lan: Flying Boy of China
Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Company, 1859. First edition, with frontispiece inserted and both printer and stereotyper's names on copyright page. Read More about The Age of Chivalry. Part I. King Arthur and His Knights. Part II. The Mabinogeon; or, Welsh...
Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1872. First edition Privately printed for the author's family (as stated in the biographcal preface). Read More about A Child's Poems from October to October, 1870-1871. [Introductory note by William Cullen Bryant
New York: published by William Burgess Juvenile Emporium [R. & G. Wood, Printers], 1831. First edition. Costume Plates. Read More about A Geographical Present: being Descriptions of the Several Countries of Asia, &c. Compiled...
New York: Scribners, 1886. First edition, later issue. A CHILDREN'S CLASSIC. Read More about Little Lord Fauntleroy
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company Publishers, . First edition. Read More about My Robin