*************** DOGS IN OUR LIVES.... 30 BOOKS ***************

22471 Away Went Wolfgang, Kahl. 1st printing, SIGNED in Salzburg, first book
Pretzel and the Puppies by Rey.
21351 Maggie, a Sheep Dog (Kuvasz) by Patent /William Muñoz, photos.
22470 Beautiful Joe, Saunders, Copeland illus, later reprint.
Kata by Cecil.
Linhay by Lamplugh
21570 Naughty Puppies
Mr. Peck's Pets by Louise Seaman /Berta & Elmer Hader, illustrators.
Favourites. (Dean's Rag Books 6325/1)
20162 SnippSnappandSnurrandtheReindeer by Lindman.
No-Sitch by Stong/Wiese.
21884 Gabriel Wrinkles Bloodhound by Doughtie ill Saxon.
21492 War Dog by Treece, ill Payne.
Taxi Dog by Barracca.
20386 Storm of Dancerwood by Chipperfield
22484 Our Dogs F. T. Barton [1911]
21457 Brim's Boat by Gaunt
13735 Les Tribulations d'un Chat B. Rabier.
il primo libro di Susanna by NIcoletta.
20383 Jock of the Bushveld, abridged. Fitzpatrick
Mesaventures d'un Chien by Rabier.
Lost and Found by Little.
Dog Toby by Bingham.
4551 How Dog Began - Baynes
Farmyard Book. Dean's Rag Book #282.
20359 Bobtail Puppy Book by Cecil Aldin.
Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs by Beeson.
Nothing at All by Gag
20479 My Little Hen by the Provensens
21064 Do you have the Time, Lydia by Ness.
20912 Paddy's Pay-Day Alexandra Day
20385 The Mystery of Lincoln Detweiler and the Dog Robinson
8511 Steve and the Guide Dogs. by Armer / Kocsis illustrator.
5281 The Blue Jackal - Brown
13646 The Blue Jackal - Marcia Brown.
21466 Where Was the Little White Dog? by Johnson.
17680 Angus Lost. Flack
20122 Angus and the Ducks, Marjorie Flack, c. 1946/1930.
22495 Dog Pals Dolch
20444 Frannie's Fruits. by Kimmelman / Mathers, illus
20847 James by Ruth Park, Niland illustrated.
20387 JIm Ugly by Fleischman, illus Smith.
22252 Dick et Georgie by Perrin-Duportal,, Kuhn-Regnier, ill.
20384 Help! Yelled Maxwell, Stevenson.
21654 Lassie comics.
21098 Woofus the Woolly Dog, by Curry, Winship ill.
21212 Yank in Africa by Bartman, Diana Thorne ill.
20124 Whingdingdilly by Bill Peet.
20382 Petey by Betty Cavanna, Beth and Joe Krush ill
21422 Rab and his Friends by Brown.
20376 Ravenshall by Hooper, Douglas Hall, illustrator.
20379 The Magic Dog by Edmonds.
21338 The No-Sort-of-Animal.by Mary Palmer / Abner Graboff, ill.
21040 A Dog Day by Walter Emanuel, Cecil Aldin, ill.
10969 The Turnspit Dog by Maria Leach, Winifred Bromhall, ill.
20859 The Bone Stranger by Frank Remkiewicz,
21065 4 Puppy Book by Hermina, Robert Fisher, ill.
20375 A Boy and Five Huskies by Guillot, de la Fontinelle, ill.
21651 Angus Lost by Marjorie Flack.
20387 Only One Woof by James Herrior, Peter Barrett, ill.
20832 Jocasta Carr, Movie Star by Roy Gerrard.
21262 Country Noisy Book by Margaret Wise Brown, Weisgard, ill

Wonders of the Circus

Marvellous scenes of trained animals from the late 1800's. Three sections illustrated with 48 color-tinted images:

- Visit to the Circus: Dancing Horse Act, Trick Horses at Dinner, Eight Horse Riding Act, Bareback Drum Act, and many Bareback riding tricks;
- Monkeys' Circus: The Band at the Door, Toby Spinning the Dishes, Miss Lily's Ride, and other monkeys performing human circus acts, including a dinner which seems to be working out better than the Horses';
- Wonderful Performing Dogs: Performing Poodles, the Wheelbarrow Ride, and other amazing tricks by fully clothed small dogs with some Newfoundlands obligingly playing the role of Dogs.

Interesting pencil inscriptions and poem written by Daisy Maud Watkins as a young child who received this book for Christmas in 1885 and moved to Logan, Ohio in 1886.



22508 The Red Horse by Elsa Moeschlin

The Red Horse.

A faithful reissue whose colour closely approaches the rare original. Peter wants so much for his little wooden horse to grow that the impossible occurs. A Swiss picture book by a native Swedish artist. Mentioned in Hurlimann.



20275 Doll in Dimity Harry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton ca. 1910

The Doll in Dimity.

A big story in a tiny book. The no-nonsense Doll in Dimity arrives to cure Mabel May of her dreadful treatment of her dolls. First she wakes Mabel up and makes her clean and mend her many abandoned dolls and stitch their clothes. Then with a firm grip she steers Mabel through the streets, followed by a parade of dolls in search of poor children who will love them more. Needless to say, Mabel May reforms and learns to love. (19th c dolls like wax and wax over composition mentioned).



20961 Bland Tomtar och Troll, Strömgren ed / Bauer & Norelius illustrators. Dw.

Bland Tomtar och Troll.

On the cover a greedy Norelius troll holds a beautiful princess in his hands. A gorgeous children's annual, continued for many years, with the elegant and beautiful artwork by Bauer and the more humorous and wild paintings of Norelius. In Swedish. A lovely copy.



22507 Fairy Tales from the North - Einar Nerman.

Fairy Tales from the North.

A Swedish artist, caricaturist, and musician (1888-1983) who studied with Matisse in Paris, lived for many years in London , and then moved to the United States during the War, at the time of this book. Sweden: Dalecarlia Horse, Princess of Babylon (Lagerlöf), Little Lisa; Norway, (Asbyornsen and Moe): Virgin as Godmother, Princess on the Glass Hill, Little Freddie and His Fiddle, Kari Wooden-Skirt, Cat on Dovrefell; Denmark (Andersen): Nightingale, Little Sea Maid, Thumbelina, Swineherd,Tinderbox, A lively translation, which I assume was his.



22525 Santa's Circus in box. White Plains Greeting Card Corp. Copyright 1952

Santa's Circus.

Unique in that every toy is completely present and in perfect condition... even the life saver retains its cellophane wrap and has not stuck to the opposite page as is usually the case. The magic pencil and the clown clicker nose are present! Ellie Elephant's 60 year old balloon "trunk" has hardened, not sticky, and thus there is no damage to the facing text. A beautiful example of the novelty books of the 40's and 50's designed to be used as toys.



22498 Crickets and Frogs by Gabriela Mistral. Bilingual book.

Crickets and Frogs, Grillos y Ranas, Gabriela Mistral.

The crickets and the frogs battle to see who can sing the loudest, a noisy battle that is never won, but now all crickets sing together. A fable with Spanish and English on facing pages, written by the great Chilean educator, children's poet; a founder of UNICEF and a Nobel Prize winner. The translator was a long time friend of Mistral and a recipient of the Order of Merit from the Chilean government. With bold sparking pictures in blue and pale yellow with heavy black lines (woodcuts?).



22480 Golden Book for our Children, Bozhinov, illus..Bulgaria,1st (Zlatna kniga)

A Golden Book .... Златна книга за наши дети, Bulgaria: 1921, 1st , A. Bozhinov.

A classic Bulgarian children's book in the original elegant edition. Animal cartoons, and traditional country scenes, as well as pictures of modern children, illustrate this collection of 19 little stories in verse by famous Bulgarian writers, the author himself, Elin Pelin and others. Bozhinov, who was also a master of political caricature, infused his work for children with warmth and cheer. A treasure. Thanks to the University of Oregon Special Collections for translation.
 Note: This book has been SOLD.



22481 Drawing for Children 1875/1830's

Drawing for Children. Miller 1875/1830's.150 cuts.

Originally published in London in the late 1830's and fascinating for its view of children's learning (4 to 5 to 10 or 12). The object was to start from a young child's perception of the whole, to correct gently if at all, and to alternate this copying with drawing from life and from the imagination. " to teach him to think and act for himself, not to teach him to imitate another." The book contains an introduction on the principles of art education, notes to the teacher on the teaching of art, notes on every individual exercise, and 150 woodcuts to copy. Most are of common objects, dogs, and cows. The rather crude drawings were intentional; perspective, foreshortening, and shading were treated only briefly at the very end. (In the 1840s large drawing copies, for use by 40 or 50 children at a time, were also published). Do you know an art teacher sheltering at home? This is the book for them!



22484 Our Dogs F. T. Barton [1911]

Our Dogs and all About Them. F T Barton, Estes [1911], 1st Am

The author, the veterinary surgeon to the Gamekeepers' Association of the United Kingdom, has written numerous books on horses and earlier books on Toy, Terrier, Non-Sporting and Sporting dogs. Exhaustive treatment of kennel management, breeding, hunting, medical care, "breaking and training" and exhibiting, with a description of many breeds as to their confirmation, suitability, popularity and current price. (very little on temperament.) Interesting to see how breeds and their popularity have changed. Clumber Spaniels are a favorite of his.



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