The second section contains:
CAT 21 CD Modern
C Modern Juveniles Selected jpgs from #167 through #259
D Modern Picture Books. Selected jpgs from #260 through #296
The first section contains: CAT 21 AB Older
Catalogue 21, section A, 1920's and before. Selected jpgs from #1 through #83
Catalogue 21, section B Midcentury books. Selected jpgs from #84 through #166
A charming little mouse Red Riding Hood trots through a wild country landscape with looser lines than Goodall's usual. Great animals! A wordless book with half sheets interspersed. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD
"Take a floating teashop-ship, staffed by would-be pirates, a wicked professor, and a parrot named Toothpick....." Another Mahy pirate tale!
Lonely Uncle Zotti makes a balloon man who floats far from the town and finally finds three children and their lonely widowed mother. A perfectly charming story in bright lithos with angular perspectives from Balloni's high view. In German.
Lyrical stone lithos in greys, russets, dull golds and greens of Rapunzel's story, with a terrifying witch. In German. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD
.Very fresh and easy to imagine with bright colours! Note: This book has been sold.
Yashima's third book, memories of his childhood painted and written for his daughter Momo. Life for children in his village centered around a huge tree. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR/ARTIST IN ENGLISH AND JAPANESE WITH DRAWING OF CHILD FLYING KITE AND CHOP Note: This Book has been sold.
Ida, Oskar, and Ping, left on their own for the holiday, discover the wonderful manor of Green Knowe and canoe among the river islands to magic. Please note: THIS BOOK IS SOLD.
On his way to join his uncle in the gold fields, Dan spends time at Fort Bridger and meets the meets the famous mountain man, Jim Bridger. Set in the Rocky Mountain area at the time of the Gold Rush.
After a disastrous term, the two week holiday stretched before Smitty and his friends... more lively mischief! Follows the beloved Our Street, stories of child life in New Zealand.
The children bring together an inventor great-uncle, an overgrown summerhouse, and an independent old woman who calls herself a changeling because she has no memory of her youth. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD