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Topic: Children's Literature [x]
Paris: Au Bureau du Journal, 1782.
First Edition. Three volumes bound as one. Collection of children's stories initially published in Paris in twenty-four monthly installments in 1782-83. This copy includes volumes more
Boston: William Simonds, 1849.
Volumes 2 and 3 bound in one, January to December 1849. Contemporary 3/4 leather binding, marbled boards, gilt lettering at spine. Contains the three earliest more
(HALE, Sarah Josepha Buell)
Concord: Jacob B. Moore, 1823.
First Edition. Octavo, original full leather, gilt spine bands and gilt lettering to spine stamp. Author's first published book, best known today for her timeless more
[Andersen] Anderson, Hans Christian
New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1846.
First American edition of Andersen's first work of fairy tales translated into English, with the author's name incorrectly spelled on the title page as Anderson. more
CHAMPNEY, Lizzie W.
Boston: Estes and Lauriat, Publishers, 1887.
Presumed First Edition, 1886 copyright date. Original illustrated pink boards and publisher's dustjacket. Illustrated by Champ. A holiday trip of three college girls through Germany, more
(HARRIS, Joel Chandler)
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co, 1907.
First Edition. Original octavo illustrated wrappers, side stappled, approx. forty unnumbered pages. Uncommon promotional advance booklet advertising the publication of Mifflin's ten volume set of more
London: Pictorial Literature Society, 1890.
First Edition. Original illustrated wrappers. Nice turn of the century collection of children's stories and poems. Nicely illustrated. Near Fine, small closed tear at lower more
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1908.
First American Edition. Octavo, original green cloth, gilt lettering, original publisher printed dustjacket. "One of the central classics of children's fiction" (The Oxford Companion to more
New York: [Adele Maximilian], 1920.
First Edition. Small octavo, original paper wrappers, 30 pages. Very scarce example of a children's clothing brochure, printed cover art, pages of mimeographed illustrations of more
New York: Harper and Brothers, Publishers, 1932.
First Edition. Oblong Quarto, original illustrated boards and illustrated dustjacket. Very uncommon children's fairy story of child elves. This copy with its original fragile thin more
New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1860.
Presumed First Edition. John Filmer engravings. Small volume in original green stamped cloth, with gilt lettering and design at front cover. Uncommon Victorian collection of more
(D'AULAIRE, Ingri and Edgar) AANRUD, Hans
Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co, 1935.
First Edition. Large 8vo, 257 pages. Young adult's novel of two Norwegian children with great illustrations by the D'aulaires. A very scarce title. Near Fine, more
New York: Random House, 1958.
First Printing stated, in First Issue dustjacket. The sequel to Dr. Seuss's most enduring contribution to children's literature. Near Fine attractive copy, with small previous more
STOKES, Frederick A.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co, 1911.
1911 and 1917. First Editions. Original illustrated wrappers. Two separate catalogues for children's books published by Frederick A. Stokes for years of 1911 and 1917. more
(CLARK, Virginia Hynson Keep) KRAG, Martha Ann, [Helen Lee KRAG] and Florence Krag REYNOLDS
Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill Co, 1897.
First Edition. Original oblong small Quarto, black cloth over boards, pages of stiff, thick black card-stock with white print intended to look like schoolroom slate. more
Philadelphia: Henry Altemus Company, 1923.
First Edition, small octavo; 62 pp including numerous color illustrations and frontispiece. Rare children's book including cannibalism subject matter. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, more
New York: Random House, 1958.
First Printing stated, in First Issue dustjacket. The sequel to Dr. Seuss's most enduring contribution to children's literature. Near Fine, small name in child's hand more
BENOIT, Clement F [John R Neill]
Chicago: The Reilly And Lee Co, 1922.
First Edition. Color illustrations by John R. Neill. Collection of children's poetry. Very Good plus with mild fading to cloth at spine in Very Good more
Chicago: Albert Whitman, 1935.
First Edition. Margaret A. Gaug illustrations.Children's literature. Bright Very Good plus in Very Good plus price clipped dustjacket with light chipping to spine ends and more
New York: Oxford University Press, 1948.
First Edition. 16vo. Original illustrated boards and dustjacket. Children's literature. Very Good in Very Good dustjacket, wear to edges and spine endges, shallow chips at more