Think Before You Act by Mrs. Sherwood, Geo. S. Appleton, D. Appleton 1849.

Think Before You Act.

Children ask their grandfather for a true story to while away the six hours their mother must be gone. He leads them to think about truth in history as he tells them the story of the Welsh King Llewelyn and of Robinson Crusoe. This must have made an elegant little present for Mary Alice Caroline Krumbhaar from Aunt Helen. Copyright date is the year George Appleton, who had been publishing in Philadelphia, joined his brothers in their father's New York firm.  Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



King Arthur illus. Howard Pyle, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903, 1st thus illus.

The Story of King Arthur and his Knights.

The classic American illustrations for King Arthur. Reissued nicely in the 20's, but this is the original. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



Hitty, Her First Hundred Years

Hitty, Her First Hundred Years

The first 100 years in the life of an adventurous doll. Here's a nice book to read while you wait for a calico bound Hitty. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



21882 The Colonial Twins of Virginia by Perkins.

The Colonial Twins of Virginia.

"... the Colonial Twins live on a tobacco plantation on the James River in Virginia, and the action - of which there is plenty- takes place in 1676. .... will be especially enjoyed by children who have reached the pirate age."



21510 Horses of Long Ago. Ipcar

Horses of Long Ago.

Stylish pictures of horses through the ages in blues, browns, and black. An interesting text. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



The Lonely One.

Bill, orphaned early, goes from Wellington to Wairarapa or the Wydrup, a rough ranching community in the foothills, and makes his way on his own through his persistence and his horsemanship. Vivid scenery and horses.



Before the War: 1908 -1939, an autobiography in pictures.

An album of paintings from the author's childhood and marriage with photos and postcards painted in as well to form a unified picture book, originally created for his wife. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



The Giraffe of King Charles X.

About the giraffe who, in 1826, was given to Charles X by the Ruler of Egypt. She spent her first winter in Marseilles, then walked to Paris where she inspired many fashion statements and lived peacefully in the Jardin des Plantes for 18 years.



Sky Watchers of Ages Past.

A short, interesting book about ancient astronomers and their instruments, which could be quite accurate because of very long sighting lines.



The Story of the Incas, Mightiest Empire of the Early Americas.

A clear, well-researched, comprehensive study of the Incas for older children, liberally illustrated with photographs and some drawings.



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