New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Parrish, Maxfield. First edition. A lavishly illustrated work, characteristic of Parrish’s style... Read More about The Knave of Hearts
London: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd, 1927. Read More about Jungle John. A Book of Big Game Jungles
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
Boston: Little Brown, 1937. First edition. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR TO HIS GRANDSON AND DEDICATEE. Inscribed on the ffep: "To Willis who if he reads far enough and carefully enough may find himself in this book. Merry Christmas from Granpa 1937." The dedication reads "To all my grandchildren..." Read More about Tales from The Storyteller's House
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
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [co. 1914]. Reprint. Inscribed by Burroughs to 'Jane'. Inscribed by Burroughs to Maureen "Jane" Farrow on the ffep, "… with all good wishes from her old friend and admirer, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzana, California, January 31, 1938." Maureen O'Sullivan Farrow (1911-1998) played Jane alongside Johnny..... Read More about Tarzan of the Apes
New York: printed and published by I. Riley, 1811. "Next to Defoe’s original version, the most popular adaptation was Campe’s New Robinson Crusoe … published in two volumes at Hamburgh in 1779. It was in the form of a dialogue between a parent and his children. To make Robinson Crusoe’s..... Read More about An Abridgment of the New Robinson Crusoe; An Instructive and Entertaining History, for the Use of...
Montreal: Publié pour A. Bowman à L'Imprimerie de lane et Bowman, No. 7, Rue St. Francois Xavier, 1816. Imprimées sur la Quatrème édition d'Avignon revue et corrigée. Read More about Instructions Chretiennes pour les Jeunes Gens; Utiles à Toutes Sortes de Personnes; melées de...
Philadelphia: Uriah Hunt & Son, 1845. Improved edition. Read More about Story of Jack Halyard, the Sailor Boy; or, The Virtuous Family
Los Altos, CA: William Kaufmann, Inc, printed by the Stinehour Press, . The Cenntenial Edition. No. 219 of 395 copies. Colophon signed by Martin Gardner, Charles Mitchell, Selwyn H. Goodacre, and Roderick Stinehour. Read More about The Hunting of the Snark. The Annotated Snark by Martin Gardner. The Designs for the Snark by...
London: Charles Hindley [The Younger], 1886. Second edition. In Dust Jacket. Read More about The History of the Catnach Press, at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in...
Glasgow: Printed for the Booksellers, [ca. 1880's]. Facsimile of this chapbook, this bearing the numerals “ix. 3” along the lower margin. Read More about History of Fair Rosamond, otherwise Eleanor Clifford; and her Royal Paramour, Henry the Seond,...
Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph Cruikshank, in Market-Street, 1786. New edition. The First American was 1783. Read More about Letters on the Improvement of the Mind addressed to a Young Lady
Portland [ME]: Printed for Daniel Johnson [John McKown, Printer], n.d. [1805-06]. Read More about Letters on the Improvement of the Mind. Addressed to a Lady
Philadelphia: Published by M. Fithian, 1840. A collection of amusing and instructional stories of Lucy and Harry and Rosamund and Godfrey including one story on some logical childish misconceptions such as there being two worlds: the old and the new. Read More about Extracts from Early Lessons
[Philadelphia, New York and Boston]: Fisher & Brother, [ca. 1840's]. Read More about Cinderella; or, the Little Glass Slipper
New York: Charles S. Francis; Boston: Joseph H. Francis, 1841. With the contemporary booklabel of J. T. Burnton, Bookseller & Stationer, 189 1/2 Hudson St., New York. Read More about True Stories, from Ancient History…by a Mother
Dublin: Printed by Napper and White, 1826. Early edition. An attempt to give advice and helpful hints to children in an enjoyable manner. The author, apparently Irish, uses the hearth of the Irish peasantry as the location of these conversations. Read More about The Cottage Fire-side
Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1830. Read More about Cousin Elizabeth. By the author of “A Visit to the Sea-Side”
London: Published by James Nisbet, Select Circulating Library [Printed by J. Teulon], 1826. Second edition. Read More about George Wilson and his Friend or, Godliness is Profitable for All Things, By the Author of...
Boston: William Crosby and Co, 1841. With Hand-Colored plates. Read More about Interesting Stories for Young Children
Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore: Fisher & Brother, [ca. 1840's]. The publiser's advertisement on the back wrapper describes themselves as “Publishers of Juvenile Works, Plain and Colored Toy Books, Primers, Song-Books, Comic and Plain Almanacs, Valentines, Valentine-Writers, Colored Prints, Plays, Operas and Farces, Converstion, Age, Fortune-Telling, Marii Cards &c”. Read More about Life and Death of Cock Robin
New York: Robert Carter and Brothers, 580 Broadway, 1877. A young boy and his mother chose poverty to escape his gambling, drinking forger of a father. Sofie, a small girl was tricked and forced into the life of a thief. Mat and Sofie met and through various adventures were rescued..... Read More about Mat and Sofie