Boston: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1852. First edition, first issue with no ads. A lovely copy of Hawthorne's... Read More
Portland [ME]: Printed for Daniel Johnson [John McKown, Printer], n.d. [1805-06].
Concord, N.H: Rufus Merrill & Co, 1843.
Boston: Printed ...by I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1794. Eighth Edition. Bingham was known for his writings to instruct children in letter writing as well as grammar and his method was quite popular, each of his works going through several editions.
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.
Chicago: Published in the Shop of P. F. Volland & Co, [co. 1913].
Concorn, N. H: Published by Rufus Merrill, 1852. Part of Merrill's Toy and Juvenile Books. Pictorial Gallery Series which were intended for the reading pleasure of those between eight to fifteen. The Pictorial Gallery Series consisted of nine works: "The Girl's Casket", "Gems of Poetry for Girls and Boys", "The...
[Philadelphia, New York and Boston]: Fisher & Brother, [ca. 1840's].
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.
New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1881. The life and challenges of a nineteenth-century child seen from a needle's point of view. The needle relating the story of its life and the children of its house.
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.
Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1830.
London: Published by James Nisbet, Select Circulating Library [Printed by J. Teulon], 1826. Second edition.
Boston: William Crosby and Co, 1841. With Hand-Colored plates.
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”.....
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...
Concord, NH: Rufus Merrill & Co, 1843.
New York: American Tract Society, [co. 1873]. A collection of twenty-two one-page stories each with a full-page illustration on the facing page.
Philadelphia and Baltimore: Fisther & Brother, [ca. 1840's].
N. P: [ca. 1810]. A book of riddles, cuts with the printed verse below for "A Ship; Robin Red Breast; A Tree; A Windmill; A Squirrel; A Watch; A Cock; An Owl; The Letter M; A Cork Screw; A Pair of Bellows; A Grass-hopper; Fore and Hind wheel of a....
New Haven: Sidney's Press for John Babcock and Son, New Haven and S. Babcock and Co. 329 King-St. Charleston, S.C, 1823.
[London: Printed by William Macintosh], ca. 1850. A children's story of how work, faith, kindness and patience brings reward.
New York: The Pierpont Morgan Library, (1975). First Edition.
København: Folagt af V. Pios Boghandel, 1905. First Danish Edition. The Author’s Copy. A very nice copy of the Danish Edition of The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904), with presentation “With the compliments of the translator,” from the library of perennially popular children’s author Edith Nesbit, with her bookplate.....
New York: New York Public Library, 1927. First edition. The Rosenbach Exhibition. The pamphlet issued for the exhibition of Dr. Rosenbach's collection at the New York Public Library.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1907. Number 753 of 1000 sets. There is a wide variety of stories, ranging from traditional favorites like Puss in Boots and Little Red Riding Hood, Grimm's tales; modern stories by John Ruskin, Kate Wiggin, Charles Dickens, Washington Irving, Bret Harte, Rudyard Kipling, Sir Walter Scott, Edgar...