Modern Picture Fairy & Folk Books

Folk & Fairy Tales: Modern Picture Fairy & Folk Books. Includes picture books of traditional and 19th c written folk and fairy stories, mostly single stories, and modern written fairy and folk tales, only if so identified by the author.
21533 Arabian Nights.

Arabian Nights.

Eleven tales taken from the 1957 Simon and Schuster publication. One of a pleasant little series of good tales and reprinted classics for young children, originally published several years previously by Arnoldo Modatori, Milan and Deux Coqs d'Or, Paris.

$5.00

 

21202 Bearhead Kimmel

Bearhead.

An old Russian folk tale retold. SIGNED and briefly inscribed by AUTHOR.

$16.00

 

21102 The Tale of the Mandarin Ducks. Paterson

The Tale of the Mandarin Ducks.

A Japanese folk tale illustrated in the style of 18th c Japanese woodcuts.

$10.00

 

21100 The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids. ill Hoffmann

The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids.

Humorous and glowing pictures of the little kids and their world.

$20.00

 

20889 The Stonecutter Newton

The Stonecutter.

An old tale about the perils of wishing to be someone else, with illustrations somewhat inspired by Mughal paintings.

$15.00

 

20496 The Firebird Demi

The Firebird.

A beautiful book, and inexpensive because of the mark.

$20.00

 

20539 The Old Lady Who Ate People. Hinojosa

The Old Lady Who Ate People.

One of a Mexican folklore series published in Mexico with astounding mythic paintings by a young Mexican artist.

$12.00

 

Rapunzel, Grimm, Felix Hoffmann, illustrator.

Rapunzel.

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

$65.00

 

14363 The Christmas Tomten by Rydberg, ill Harold Wiberg.

The Christmas Tomten.

A classic Swedish tale in which Little Vigg learns about the spirit of giving from his journey with the Christmas Tomten, newly illustrated with pictures set in the book's original era by a well loved Swedish artist.

$155.00

 

19832 Lullaby: Why the Pussy-Cat Washes Himself So Often by Bernhard.

Lullaby: Why the Pussy-Cat Washes Himself So Often.

"A Folktale adapted from the Polish." A Christmas story with many bright peasant style lithographs in the same colours. First all the villagers come with gifts for the baby Jesus. Then, after they leave, he is so excited he can't go to sleep. Only the purr of the little kitten, who must wash the ashes from her coat before he can sing to the baby, can lull him to sleep. Includes piano score for "Ah, ah, pussies two".

$85.00

 

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