New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, . E.H. Shepard. First American edition, one of 500 copies of Special... Read More about When We Were Very Young
Boston: G.W. Cottrell, n.d. (c. 1850-1870s). Read More about Set of Uniformly bound series on Works including The Token of Friendship, or Home. The Centre of...
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. WITH DRAWING. The second book of the immensely popular Brownie series. This copy is accompanied by a charming Palmer Cox pen-and-ink drawing of three Brownies (7 x 12 cm.). Read More about Another Brownie Book
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. With Palmer Cox Drawing. The fourth book of the popular Brownie series. Not only is there a charming pen-and-ink Brownie vignette by Palmer Cox laid in (9 x 9 cm.), but a substantial portion of the large pictorial dust jacket..... Read More about The Brownies Around the World
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. With an Original Brownie Drawing. The third book of the popular Brownie series. Laid in is a charming pen-and-ink Brownie vignette by Palmer Cox (8 x 8 cm.), mounted to stiff board with directions to the printer for reproduction. Read More about The Brownies at Home
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. The third book of the popular Brownie series. Read More about The Brownies at Home
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. In the Rare Dust Jacket -- and an Original Brownie Drawing. Unusually pretty fifth book of the perennially popular Brownie series. Laid in is an original pen and ink Brownie drawing, docketed on rear with directions to printer. Read More about The Brownies Through the Union
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition, second issue, with de Vinne seal on copyright page. The First Brownie Book: With an Original Drawing. The first book of the immensely popular Brownie series. This copy is accompanied by a an original Palmer Cox pen-and-ink drawing for the..... Read More about The Brownies: Their Book
Philadelphia: Hubbard, 1895. First edition. Read More about The Honey Loving Cubs, Also many fantastic antics of the Merriest of the Queer People
London: Osgood, McIlvaine and Co, 1893. Crane, Walter. First Crane Edition. Read More about The Old Garden and Other Verses
Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1894. Crane, Walter. First American edition. Read More about The Old Garden and Other Verses
Saint Paul, Minn: Printed by the Banning Press…For Unity Church of St. Paul, . First edition of his first book. First Book. Scarce. Longtime minister of the First Parish in Cambridge and preacher for Harvard College, the author later wrote several well known and popular whimsical essays including “The Pardoner's..... Read More about Miss Muffet's Christmas Party. A Tale Written for and Read to the Children of the Unity Church...
London: J. and P. Harwood, 1843. First edition. Read More about The Tutor's Assistant, or Comic Figures of Arithmetics
London: Charles Baldwyn, 1824. Cruikshank, George. First edition, first issue, with "creditor" for "debtor" on p. 32, l. 10; and with the "Dead Rider" plate at p. 58, later suppressed. Printed by T. White, Johnston's Court, Fleet Street. Read More about Italian Tales. Tales of Humour, Gallantry, and Romance
London: David Bogue, . Cruikshank, George. First edition, later issue. “George Cruikshank’s Fairy Library”. Wih the Plates Colored by Hand. Read More about The History of Jack and the Bean-Stalk
[London: David Bogue, [1853; 1854; and 1855; and 1845]. 19 India Proofs, with a Masterful Cruikshank Self-Portrait. Superb set of proofs for three books from Cruikshank’s perennially popular Fairy Library; with the addition -- indeed, the first plate in the album, of a Cruikshank masterpiece from Table Talk, featuring Cruikshank..... Read More about Set of India Proofs to the first three titles of THE FAIRY LIBRARY: Hop o’ My Thumb; Jack &...
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1941. First edition. Read More about Leif the Lucky
Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Doran, . First edition. Read More about Wings for Per
Baghdad: Printed by the Government Press, 1920. A short didactic anecdote, extracted from the author’s Thoughts on Education, for the benefit of children. An hypocritical mullah receives his comeuppance at the hand of the villagers he has exploited.With an addendum, reading in part: “It is therefore not only necessary for..... Read More about A Benefit of Education [Cover title
[California: 1947-ca.1954]. SCRAPBOOK KEPT BY BETTE DAVIS. A scrapbook kept by Hollywood star Bette Davis (1908-1989) following the birth of her only biological child, Barbara Davis Sherry (b.1947), documenting her first seven years of life and providing a portrait of Davis as affectionate mother. Sherry's father was William Grant Sherry..... Read More about Childhood srapbook of Barbara Davis (B.D.) Sherry, daughter of Bette Davis, documenting her first...
New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1940. First edition. Read More about A Summer Day with Ted and Nina
New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Hass, 1936. First American Edition, second printing. The First Babar Book. Read More about The Story of Babar the Little Elephant
New York: Random House, (1937). First American edition. This is the fourth book of the Barbar series and the first devoted soley to Zephir. The introduction by A.A. Milne only adds to this cheerful tale. Read More about Zephir's Holidays. Translated from the French by Merle Haas. Introduction by A.A. Milne
London: Duckworth, 1910. First Edition, first issue. In the Scarce Dustjacket. De la Mare's first children's book, now a recognized classic. Read More about The Three Mulla-Mulgars
Bristol: Reprinted by J.M. Gutch and sld in London by T. Baldwin and R. Triphook, 1812. A reprint of the 1609 edition, Title printed in red and black. Read More about The Gull's Hornbook, Reprinted; with Notes of Illustration by J.N
Albany: Printed by E. & E. Hosford, 1818. The last two pages contain "Virtue Rewarded" Read More about The Wonderful Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe