catalog 19

Farmyard Book. Dean's Rag Book #282.

Farmyard Book.

Sweet paintings by a Dean's artist, AE Kennedy, whose animals are particularly full of personality: two ducks, a St. Bernard puppy, two robins, two guinea pigs and a carrot, a wistful cow, and two lambkins.

$115.00

 

Puff! Puff! Dean's Rag Book 1905. [in print 1904 - 1910]

Puff! Puff!

Interesting pictures: A Snowed Up Train in Canada. New Zealand, One of the First Engines, One of the Latest Cars; an electric railway; a mountain railway and airship, Off for a Spin in the Motor, an African Train; Cleaning the Signal Lamp.

$95.00

 

My Indestructible Pet Book by Uncle Herbert.

My Indestructible Pet Book.

Each page has a large print primer story.
"Do you see this dog with a bell?
He must be a very nice dog to ring the bell all alone.
I hope the maid will let him in.."
The fine linen allows for detail in the woodcuts. An early and interesting cloth book.

$25.00

 

Tick-a-Tock.

Tick-a-Tock.

Turn of the century children go through the day from 7 AM to 6 PM in rhyme.

$95.00

 

Madeline's Rescue.

"Poor Madeline would now be dead, but for a dog that kept its head."

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$50.00

 

Madeline.

Every generation of little girls falls in love Madeline!

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$35.00

 

Outside My Window.

The little boy opens the window and lets the lost baby bear inside. He tries to disguise his new friend so his mother won't notice, but in the end he has to open the window and let the little bear go back to the forest. A sweet little story.

$25.00

 

All For a Friend.

A warm portrait of a New England village and of the old-time Vermonters who live there. Tom has his heart and mind set on entering his new horse Folly in the County Fair. Follows All for a Horse. SIGNED and Inscribed by author, Kay Avery, who spent many summers on the Shrewsbury.

$32.00

 

Hans in Luck.

In this old tale, Hans feels lucky every time he makes an exchange, from gold to nothing in hand, but he is luckiest to be home again! Large bright pictures fill the page in a frieze-like layout, with a line of text running along the bottom margin.

$14.00

 

Trains, Stories for Children Under Seven.

Stories for teachers' use, realistic and some written by children themselves according to Mitchell's philosophy, from the Cooperative School for Student Teachers,(Bank Street). Also a note laid in regarding a dedicated teacher. Educational history.

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$12.00

 

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