Topic: Illustrated Children's Book
Pyle, Howard .
New York: Parabola Books, 1988.
8.5" x 5.5". 176pp. Green cloth lettered in gilt. Illustrated. A near fine copy in a good+ or better dust jacket with moderate wear & more
Pyle, Howard .
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1907.
7.5" x 4.75". 254pp. Blue cloth with yellow lettering. Neat gift inscription, else near fine condition. With four illustrated plates by the author. An adventure more
New York: Harper & Row, 1988,
One of 220 Copies Specially Bound and Signed by Maurice Sendak With an Original 'Wild Thing' Pen & Ink Drawing SENDAK, Maurice. Where the Wild more
USA: The Crowell-Collier Press, 1962.
Text is bright and unmarked with lovely B&W illustrations throughout. Binding is tight and square. Hinges are secure. Blue boards show heavy bumping to corners more
London: George Routledge & Sons, 1883.
With coloured illustrations in the text. Bound in publisher's original yellow cloth spine and yellow glazed pictorial boards with the title printed in brown on more
Philadephia: Macrae-Smith Company, (1927).
First edition. AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. Illustrations in black-and-white and color by the author. Black cloth boards with gilt decoration and lettering to front and spine. more
de Angeli, Marguerite
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1947.
Bound in the publisher's original light brown cloth with the title stamped in dark brown on the spine and an illustration of the protagonist stamped more
Harlin Quist, 1978.
Near Fine book in a Near Fine dustjacket. Illustrated by Henri Galeron. more
London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1902,
A Remarkably Fine Copy of the First Trade Edition of "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" The First Edition with Thirty Colored Plates POTTER, Beatrix. The more
GOLDEN, Catherine J., (editor)
New Castle: Oak Knoll Press, 2000.
First Edition. octavo, cloth in dust jacket. (xvi), 320pp. Oak Knoll Press, This work is a collection of eight essays by leading scholars in the more
Avery, Gillian, edited by
London: Oxford University Press, 1960.
First edition. Children's book, edited by Avery and illustrated by Susan Einzig. Light offset to endpapers, otherwise fine in fine dust jacket. A very bright more
(no place): Harlan Quist, (1966).
First edition. Fine in dust jacket with a touch of very minor rubbing to head of spine. "Library binding" foil seal on spine of dust more
Bateson, Maggie & Lelie, Herman
London: William Heinemann, 1996.
Folio, 14-3/8 x 11-3/4", pictorial paper over thick boards, accordion folding story attached to front paste-down, envelope with 14 freestanding figures and movable models rear more
De Brunhoff, Jean
New York: Random House, 1935.
47 pp. Text is unmarked on warmly patinated pages with nice colorful illustrations that show heavy soiling and foxing throughout; a true period piece. Binding more
Griswell, Kim T.
New York: Sterling Children's Books, 2017.
Oblong quarto, pictorial paper over boards, fully illus. in color. Signed by author and "Rufus" in red ink on title page. Rufus the Pig has more
New York: The Dial Press, 1973.
3-1/4 x 4", pictorial paper over boards in dust wrappers, illustrated throughout in color illustrated box. 4 volume set in box. A Boy, A Dog more
London: Country Life Limited,
Illustrated with color lithographs by the author. Dust jacket illustrated in full color is slightly chipped at extremities. Withdrawn from non-circulating institutional library with no more
(Carroll, Lewis) Oskar Lebeck, story adaptor
New York: Dell Publ. Co, 1950.
"Dell Surprise Book" number 12, first edition thus. Illustrated by Sheila Beckett. Small, oblong, stapled, pictorial paperwraps. Good or better with shelf wear, soiling, and more
Krauss, Ruth, Sendak, Maurice
[New York]: Harper & Brothers, (1952).
First edition, later issue/printing? A nice copy of Sendak's fourth book. This has the black spine and "Grr-r-r" on page 23, both later per Hanrahan more
Morley, Christopher; Arthur Rackham (illustrations)
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1925.
Hardcover, preceded by (and identical to) the Heinemann/Doubleday illustrated edition published the same year, and the 1922 Doubleday, Page edition without illustrations. Very Good plus more