Un Incorrigible Minet. Hachette/Dean's Rag Books.

Un Incorrigible Minet.

A rare example of the Dean's books printed for Hachette at the turn of the century. The naughty kitten Poucet causes all sorts of trouble: he bites his mother's tail, he tangles his Mistress's yarn, he chases the sparrows; he chases the rabbit. Scarce. The English version: DWARF SERIES NO. 22 THE TALE OF A NAUGHTY PUSSIE, PICTURES BY A HANSLIP,(sic) LONDON DEAN'S RAG BOOK CO. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.



19599 Mother Goose and her Friends by Muter

Mother Goose and her Friends.

In the form of story, not rhymes, where two children and Mother Goose met up with other characters from the rhymes as they walk along. Just wonderful bright Deco pictures by Marion Foster on a generously sized book with wide margins.



The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. Ethel Hays, illus. Folio.

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. Ethel Hays, illus.

The town mouse changes her outfits frequently and tries to show her country cousin a good time. Marvellous bright colours in this large version of Hays' book. Hays' animals have some of the wit and irony of Felix Lorioux, although her people do not. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



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