************ CLOTH BOOKS - Dean's Rag and more ***************

19785  Toy Animal ABC small Dean's
19598 Sunbonnet Babies Dean's Rag
20183 Puff, Chug, and Toot. cloth book
20196 HalloNeddy A. E. Kennedy Deans
20574 Walt Disney's A B C  cloth book
Puff! Puff! Dean's Rag Book 1905. [in print 1904 - 1910]
Tots' Toys Dean's Rag Book #356.
Favourites. (Dean's Rag Books 6325/1)
Farmyard Book. Dean's Rag Book #282.
Dog Toby by Bingham.
Little Pets Linen ABC.
17391 Tom Tom the Piper's Son Kohler's Felt Toy Books Hurlbut.
Tick-a-Tock.
My Indestructible Pet Book by Uncle Herbert.
22183 The Snowman Peggy Cloth Book 102, 1959
20353 Walt Disney's Nursery Rhymes/ Dean's
20931 A Bow-Wow Book. /Stanley Tyreman Berkeley, ill Dean's
20352 Walt Disney / Dean's Rag Books Set of 6: Donald Duck, Mickey, Pluto etc.
17503 Outdoor Play Kohler's Felt Toy Books Hurlbut
21479 Little Boy Blue Kohler's Felt Toy Books Hurlbut
20433 Nursery Pets Saalfield Felt Book
19558 Playmates Sam'l Gabriel 1948
21842 Baby's Mother Goose Peggy/Platt 1960s
22180 My Own Book by Tony Brice
19828 Baby's Mother Goose. by Charlotte Steiner 1947.
22208 Let's Be Friends Peggy cloth
14317 Billy's Farm Friends. Richardson, ill. Volland
22185 Three LIttle Books in one volume (Greenaway)
21862 The Jingle Book Mary Dana, Wm Scott
22184 Ring-Round-a-Rosy. (Greenaway) Saalfield
22364 Peter Rabbit's Pockets, cloth book as new
21706 Baby's Own Primer, with choice pictures.
Little Playmates ABC
The Cow Picture Book. anon. New York: McLoughlin Bros. Inc., #1314, no date. ca
Birds and Animals. McLoughlin, 1920's.
14317 The Animals' School-treat Clifton Bingham / Cecil Aldin
22201 Kiddie's Number Book cloth
19599 Mother Goose and her Friends by Muter
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.

$195.00

 

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.

$50.00

 

21457 Brim's Boat by Gaunt

Brim's Boat.

"In a valley deserted by human beings, Brim, the terrier finds an old half-built barge." Though it takes persistence and the support of his friends to build and sail the barge, Brim holds on to his dream. A fine story which should be better known.

$35.00

 

20302 Westmark by Alexander 1st SIGNED/INSCRIBED

Westmark.

Theo, an orphan, makes his way from printer's devil to the palace. First in the Westmark trilogy, a political adventure fantasy that draws the reader into an imaginary, but realistic late medieval world. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by author on title page.
Note This book has been sold.

$90.00

 

21246 Mouse and his Child by Russell Hoban, ill Lillian Hoban.

The Mouse and His Child.

A broken clockwork mouse and child follow the child's dream of a home and family. Hailed as a classic when it appeared, this is a complex fantasy, full of logical tricks and high adventure. "A rich, disturbing, very touching book" Kirkus. This edition, not uncommon, has always been puzzling to date, it looks newer than 1967 but is certainly early, pre ISBN; it does not feel like a book club.

$65.00

 

20584 Miss Rivers and Miss Bridges by Symons, ill Pendle.

Miss Rivers and Miss Bridges.

During their London holiday, the two girls transform themselves into the matronly Suffragettes, Miss Rivers and Miss Bridges. Full of hilarious adventures, as Atlanta's clever plots and Pansy's sweetness see them through.

$45.00

 

20541 Four Dolls by Godden, ill Pauline Baynes.

Four Dolls.

Impunity Jane, The Fairy Doll, The Story of Holly and Ivy, Candy Floss. Coloured plates and numerous black and white drawings by Baynes.

$32.00

 

20520 Willie the Squowse by Allan, Quentin Blake ill.

Willie the Squowse.

A sane squirrel tries to do good in a crazy human world. This enchanting tale from a Canadian playwright won The Times Story Competition and was first printed in the Times Saturday Review; here published with many illustrations.

$24.00

 

21437 Playtime Whitman2932 Mallet ill

Playtime.

Cute details in these paintings of round faced children, somewhat like Chloe Preston's children but without that wild self-confidence. In view of the mouths and the three upright eyelashes, these paintings are almost certainly by Beatrice Fox Mallet, an English artist who married the French humorist artist Herve Mallet in 1919. Little stories on each page in attractive calligraphy tell of the children's daily occupations: reading, gardening, blowing bubbles.

$225.00

 

20284 Here Comes Kristie by Brock.

Here Comes Kristie.

Elmer and Einer saved their pennies for a horse, good old Kristie. But Kristie had a mind of her own and it took many weekly consultations with Axel before everything was just right, and they could finally go swimming. Told with the cadences of a folk tale and many humorous drawings in text. The first Kristie book.
NOTE: This book is SOLD

$65.00

 

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