NY: Jump at the Sun/Hyperion Books for Children (2001). First Edition; small 4to; glossy pictorial covers; hardcover; color illustrations; a very good clean tight copy.
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Chicago: Cuneo Press, 1942. Small 4to.; 121pp.; lightly sunned oatmeal cloth with leather title labels; 32 black and white illustrations by R. Caldecott; some pages carelessly cut else very good/o.
Chicago: The Cuneo Press, 1944. 8vo., red cloth covered boards with gilt spine decorations, hardcover, 128 deckle edge pages; black & white illustrations; a very good, clean, tight copy.
Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs-Smith Publisher (1994). 2nd Printing; small oblong 4to; cloth covered boards; hardcover; color illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a very good pictorial dust jacket.
Salt Lake City, Utah: Gibbs Smith Publishers, 1996. 1st edition; 24mo. red paper covered boards; green and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a very good dustjacket.
Minneapolis: Carolrhoda Books/Lerner Publishing Group (2001). First edition,1st printing with 1 present in the number line; small 4to. glossy pictorial boards; illustrated by Carlson; Harriet and George try to avoid eating Ms. Hoozit’s fruitcake; a very good clean tight copy with no apparent flaws in a very good dustjacket of.....
NY: Aldus Printers, 1948. 8vo. 29 pp.; boards; Christmas Keepsake; printed for the friends of Edward McSweeney; very good/o.
Wm Cassidy (1951). thin 8vo., red felt, stiff pictorial wraps, “Seasons Greetings The Butler Company Philadelphia and Sample BN 137 on front endpaper, sample of a Christmas Keepsake, wrinkled wraps and pages have water stain else good.
New York: Orchard Books (1991). 2nd printing; small 4to., cloth; illustrated by Catalanotto; Katie is visited by the Sandman, the Tooth Fairy, and Jack Frost and one other on Christmas Eve. inscribed by Catalanotto; a very good clean tight copy with no apparent flaws in a very good dustjacket of...
NY: Orchard Books (1991). First edition with a 1 present in the number line; 4to.; embossed cloth covered boards, hardcover; color illustrations by the author; Katie is visited by the Sandman, Jack Frost and the Tooth Fairy on Christmas Eve; top of spine is bumped and boards are lightly rubbed...
NY: Viking Penguin (1988). First edition; small 4to., cloth backed boards, hardcover; 320 pages; color and black & white illustrations; remainder mark on bottom page edges else very good in a very good dust jacket.
NY; Oxford University Press, 1946. 1st edition; small 8vo.; cloth covered boards; b/w and color illustrations by Janice Holland; very good in slightly rubbed and soiled dust jacket with tape on edges of spine.
NY: C.R. Gibson & Co 1929. 1st edition; square 24mo. pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; color and black & white illustrations; lightly soiled covers and former small former owner’s stamp on front free endpapers else a very good, clean, tight copy.
Little Rock, Arkansas: Leisure Arts, Inc. (1993). First Printing; 4to; glossy pictorial boards; hardcover; 96 pages; color illustrations; counted cross-stitch patterns; unused book plate on front pastedown endpaper; a very good clean tight copy.
New York: Ticknor & Fields Books for Young Readers, 1994. 1st printing with 1 in the number line; small oblong 4to., glossy pictorial boards; cloth covered boards; illustrated by Jill Kastner; two young girls get to know an older Bulgarian neighbor; very good in very good dust jacket.
NY: Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1942. Stated First Edition; 12mo.; 20 pages; lightly toned pages else a very good clean tight copy.
Chicago, IL: Kidsbooks, Inc. (1993). 4to.; glossy pictorial boards, hardcover; color illustrations; a very good clean tight copy.
no publishing information . 1st edition; one of 25 copies published for his family; small 4to.; green pictorial cloth with gilt tree; black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy.
NY: Holiday House (1991). Stated 1st edition; small 4to., cloth backed boards; a very good clean tight copy with no apparent flaws in a very good dustjacket of similar quality.
Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Co. (1953). 8vo., 116pages; very good in chipped dust jacket.
Dobbs Ferry, NY: Clermont Press (1936). Reprint edition; square 8vo.; decorative green cloth covered boards, hardcover; 62 pages; black and white illustrations; a non-authorial gift inscription on half-title page else a very good clean tight copy in sunned and edgeworn boards.
London: Faber and Faber (1984). . 8vo., cloth, 192pp. Illus. by Jill Bennett. Very good in very good dust jacket.
New York Oxford University Press. Keepsake; 1st edition; 12mo. orange, brown and white stiff decorative wraps; designed by John Begg. brown and orange decorations by Emil Antonucci; "Of this edition, 350 copies have been set aside by the publisher as Monograph No. 35 for distribution by the Typophiles."
New York Oxford University Press 1953. Keepsake; 16mo., pictorial stiff wraps, 30 pages; monograph 39; limited to 350 copies for the Typophiles; designed by John Begg and Emil Antonucci; very light edgewear else a very good clean tight copy.
NY: Little Simon/Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division, 1997. First Edition; small 4to; pictorial boards; hardcover; color illustrations; includes words and music for “O Christmas Tree”, “Silent Night”, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”, “We Three Kings of Orient Are”, and “Joy to the World”; 5 pop-ups in fine working condition;.....