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Mommy, Buy Me a China Doll.

Mommy, Buy Me a China Doll.

When the peddler comes to the door with a beautiful china doll, the little girl comes up with an elaborate scheme to trade a featherbed for her. A classic, funny tale with splendid illustrations done in heavy black outlines and glowing earth tones. Bader #658. Note: This book has been sold.

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$30.00

 

Amy's Eyes.

Amy's Eyes.

A "brilliant novel in every way, rich in conception, language, wise humor, excitement.. a permanent treasure." Lloyd Alexander. Note: This book has been sold..

$25.00

 

Miss Flora McFlimsey and the Baby New Year.

Miss Flora McFlimsey and the Baby New Year.

Flora McFlimsey is feeling lonely on New Year's Eve. Everyone else is at a party but Flora and her cat weren't invited. Then she finds a little baby on the doorstep, and feeds him and rocks him until 12 midnight, when...
Note: This book has been sold.

$65.00

 

The Toymaker.

The Toymaker.

Doll furniture and toys that may be made from the simplest of scraps of card. The yellow, green and red diagrams are both attractive and clear. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$12.00

 

Miss Flora McFlimsey's Easter Bonnet.

Miss Flora McFlimsey's Easter Bonnet.

Flora and the others are dressing for a party. Since Flora has nothing new to wear, the rabbit 's mother makes a hat for her, including holes for the ears. Flora's shyness is treated so gently! Several pages of script and drawings. Note: This book has been sold.

$60.00

 

21891 jiji Lou by Mayol, ill. Fern Bisel Peat.

Jiji Lou.

The story of a cast-off doll who is taken on the Junk Town Express to the place where lost and discarded toys are spruced up. A lovely book and our favorite FB Peat.

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$230.00

 

19852 A Doll's Day by Brown.

A Doll's Day.

A doll relates the events of her day with "Mother"", hour by hour, in verse with the text and decorated capital on one side and a bold black deco illustration with orange and teal details. Between each verse is a spread with a cuckoo clock on one side and a large drawing of the coming poem on the other. A very charming period piece, designed with care.

$145.00

 

Racketty-Packetty House by Burnett; Century 1906, 1st.

Racketty-Packetty House.

Their shabby dolls' house is pushed aside to make room for the Tidy Castle, but the inhabitants of Racketty-Packetty house have a great romps all the same. (With this Burnett title, the American book is the true first.) Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$120.00

 

The Lonely Doll by Dare Wright. Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1957/1957

The Lonely Doll.

A photographic story of Edith the doll (Lenci?) and a little Bear with simple text. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.

$30.00

 

Raggedy Ann in Cookie Land by Gruelle [early Volland in original box]

Raggedy Ann in Cookie Land [in original box]

... they finally lit with a soft blump upon the bottom. The bottom of what? That was just what Raggedy Ann wished to know. "Where are we, Raggedy Andy?" she laughed "I guess we are at the bottom" Raggedy Andy replied. So begins an adventure, in which the dolls meet Little Weakie, Mr. and Mrs. Cookie, the Snitznoodle, the inflatable Hungry Howloon, and the ill-tempered Hookie the Goblin.  Gruelle created this book from his October and December 1923 series, United Features Syndicate. Note: This book has been sold.

$415.00

 

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