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50 special Gifts for the Holiday Season!

14363 The Christmas Tomten by Rydberg, ill Harold Wiberg.
21337 Will There Be Polar Bears for Christmas? by Jarman ill Lamont.
21602 A Child's Garden of Verses by Stevenson, Ch Robinson, Ill.
Sleeping Beauty Pantomime Toy Book. McLoughlin.
21891 jiji Lou by Mayol, ill. Fern Bisel Peat.
21893 Bobby and Jane Hurry Through the Rain to Make a Trip on the Hanky Train.
20398 Something for Christmas Palmer Brown UK1st.
21806 Noel for Jeanne-Marie by Françoise.
il primo libro di Susanna by NIcoletta.
20359 Bobtail Puppy Book by Cecil Aldin.
20178 Toys At Play by Reid photos by Waite. Marshall Fields.
20420 Christmas Book House
19825 The Child's Black Beauty by Sewell
21908 Parabaik Myanmar Burma Tattoo Pattern Book
20416 Sweet Girl Goldie by Humphrey.
21595 Keeper in Search of His Master by Kendall.
21514 A Room Made of Windows by Cameron, ill Hyman.
19775 Traveler in Time by Uttley, ill Christine Price.
21596 Travels into Several Remote Nations (Gulliver's Travels) by Swift.
19765 Who Stole the Bird's Nest, Prang publishers.
21517 Little Blue and Little Yellow by Lionni.
21580 AdventuresofBeWeetheGnome by Grozier, ill Lilian Govey.
21321 The Valley of Color Days by Sandwell.
19515 Dusty for Speed (Whippet) by Frances and Winthrop Neilson.
21457 Brim's Boat by Gaunt
21445 The Court of the Stone Children by Cameron.
The Little Good People by Kathleen Foyle, Peter Frazer, ill.
19835 Silver Snaffles by Cumming.
14512 Stones of Green Knowe by Boston
9861 The Firelings by Carol Kendall.
The Snarkout Boys & the Avocado of Death.
21884 Gabriel Wrinkles Bloodhound by Doughtie ill Saxon.
The Jingle Bell Book, McLoughlin Bros.
20098 The Peek-a-Boos At School by Byron, Chloe Preston ill.
21437 Playtime Whitman2932 Mallet ill
The Jessie Willcox Smith Mother Goose:(first issue of first (large) edition)
20179 AnimalLandontheAir by Frees, photos.
20105 Karlsson-on-the-Roof by LIndgren, ill Jan Pyk.
The White Elephant by Faulkner, Frederick Richardson, ill. Volland 1929 1st. Box
19788 J. N. Adam and Company The Store with the Christmas Spirit.
21465 The Lion's Story by Johnson.
Animal Lore and Disorder, over 200 Animals! A Riddle Book.
21882 The Colonial Twins of Virginia by Perkins.
21883 The Puritan Twins by Perkins
In the Garden ABC Raphel Tuck, Father Tuck's "The Field and Farm"
21898 In Town ABC Raphael Tuck Publishers, Field and Farm Series
20386 Storm of Dancerwood by Chipperfield
The Wild Dog of Edmonton by David Grew.
20105 Karlsson-on-the-Roof by LIndgren, ill Jan Pyk.

Karlsson on-the-Roof.

A marvelously funny story about a fat little man with a sort of helicopter attachment on his back who lives on Eric's roof in Stockholm and states unequivocally that he is real. (He is.) Illustrated with heavier line than the first English edition.



21592 Wolf a Range Dog by Thomas HInkle.

Wolf: a Range Dog.

Wolf was the largest of his litter, a huge Irish wolfhound who learned early to hunt on his native Western rangeland. As a young dog, he went from a kind master and loving mother to a brutal trapper. Then with Dan Loman's help, he slowly learned to trust humans again. Hinkle writes a great dog story! Hard to find one in nice condition. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



19497 Uncle Wiggily's Fortune by Garis.

Uncle Wiggily's Fortune.

A collection of 26 stories which appeared originally in the Evening News of Newark N. J., most about creatures of the forest and field. Nice bright jacket and frontis. "Uncle Wiggily Longears is the jolliest old gentleman anyone can imagine."



21450 Melody, Mutton Bone, and Sam by Davis, ill Paul Brown.

Melody, Mutton Bone, and Sam.

Sam's understanding of horses and people grows during an exciting summer full of fun and mystery, lots of Paul Brown horses in text.  NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



19835 Silver Snaffles by Cumming.

Silver Snaffles: a Story of a Shetland Pony.

Jenny, a little girl who longs for a pony, and Tattles, the son of an elegant hunter who pulls a junk cart, both walk through The Dark Corner of the stable to fulfill their dreams at the Extraordinary Riding School. (password: Silver Snaffles) This school is run by the ponies themselves, who are superb instructors: in one week Jenny is able to ride off on to rescue a pony from the snobbish Jostlepots and take part in a glorious hunt ! A classic, gentle fantasy, not just for pony book lovers.



19776 Hannibal and the Bears by Baker, Hodges, ill. OCB

Hannibal and the Bears.

The Shoe Shop bears now have a good home, and so they set out to rescue the toy animals in the dump from the flood which threatens their makeshift home. The wise old elephant Hannibal helps make the move. "one of the best toy-world stories I have read for years... Ingenious plot, superb characterization.." Naomi Lewis. The price is kind of a mystery to us!  NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



16259 The School in our Village by Goldman, ill Ardizzone.

The School in Our Village.

A charming narrative of the life of a school and the relationship of a gifted teacher (the author) to her children, set in an old one room primary school in the Cotswolds. The children in Ardizzone's illustrations show their individual characters and feeling of belonging in this fine school.



19515 Dusty for Speed (Whippet) by Frances and Winthrop Neilson.

Dusty for Speed. (Whippet)

How Dusty comes to the rescue of the kind family who has adopted her. Based on the authors' own golden whippet "with the grace of a deer and the speed of the flying wind."



19648 Mr. Hermit Crab by Rhys, ill Helen Sewell.

Mr. Hermit Crab

"A tale for children by a child. Introduced by Mary Elizabeth Barnicle." One of the first two books illustrated by Helen Sewell, with coloured plate and six black and white plates as well as many drawings in text.



19775 Traveler in Time by Uttley, ill Christine Price.

Traveler in Time.

Penelope comes to the Thackers, home for generations to the Babington family and their farmers and servants, the Taberners. She alone, a descendent of the Taberners, is sensitive to the people who have lived in the old house before. She bears the lives of both times, shifting back and forth from Elizabethan days to the present. Beautiful writing, by a woman whose ancestors also lived and farmed for many generations in the Derbyshire.



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