fairy tale

22115 Beyond the Blue Mountains L. T. Meade Cassell 1910/1893

Beyond the Blue Mountains. L. T. Meade 1910/1893

Four orphans are summoned by the King to travel to his kingdom Beyond the Blue Mountains to rejoin their parents. One brother sister pair proceeds fairly quickly on the upward path, the other takes longer , succumbing to many temptations. An engaging fairytale/allegory "derived from Pilgrim's Progress but set in a flower-fairy children's world" (Bratton) and told in simple language. L. M. Meade, was a prolific Irish writer who essentially established the girls' school story.

$350.00

 

Rapunzel, Grimm, Felix Hoffmann, illustrator.

Rapunzel.

Lyrical stone lithos in greys, russets, dull golds and greens of Rapunzel's story, with a terrifying witch. In German. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$65.00

 

14268 The Old Man Who Made the Dead Trees Blossom. Tokyo: T. Hasegawa, 38 Yotsuy

The Old Man Who Made the Dead Trees Blossom.

A Japanese woodblock crepe paper fairy tale.

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$135.00

 

Sleeping Beauty Pantomime Toy Book. McLoughlin.

Sleeping Beauty Pantomime Toy Book.

Constructed with 4 pages of text on front and back (poem and story); inset in these is a one sided full colour proscenium with orchestra players below and empty theater boxes, inset in this is a booklet of eight pages and within each spread of this booklet both a smaller and larger strip, making 13 pages of bright and detailed full chromolitho illustrations as the pages and strips are turned. Delightful!

$185.00

 

19883 Cecily (Elf Goldihair) by Helm, Gertrude Kay illustrator.

Cecily.

Pictures with Kay's odd charm about a little circus girl who has a trapeze accident and stays behind under the care of a widow and her son. Her friends call her Elf Goldenhair since she is as light as a fairy queen, but her wildness is too much for the village and she is sent away to school. By a German children's novelist of the second half of the 1900's, who wrote fairy tales and many books for adolescent girls.

$55.00

 

20180 The Pussycat Princess by Anthony, illus photos Frees.

The Pussycat Princess.

"The Pussycat Princess asks and receives from her royal father permission to go out into the world, taking whatever risks may befall, but for one night only." Thirty-two photographs of real puppies and kittens elaborately dressed and posed to illustrate the story. [White 576].

$450.00

 

Favorite Fairy Tales Told in England.

From Jacobs English Fairy Tales 1892; Jack and the Beanstalk, Johnny-cake, Tom Thumb, Molly Whuppie, Dick Whittington and His Cat, Cap O'Rushes. Illustrations on almost every page in black tones, or shades of blue and brown. One of a very well-written series. Note: This book has been sold.

$10.00

 

A Book of Magic Animals

Note: This Book Has Been Sold.

$24.00

 

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

 

The Shepherd (Pastir, later published as The Magic Ring).

A fairy tale of a cowherd, a princess, an Emperor, and a kingdom, illustrated with little figures in a surreal folkloric landscape that looks almost like a toy set. One illustration contains a car and the date 1957.

$75.00

 

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