Tokyo, Kodansha International Publications Ltd. (1965). Stated First edition; 12mo., green cloth with black and silver paste-on; illustrated by K. Wakana; Japanese folktales about foxes and badgers; very good in edgeworn dustjacket.
Fables, Myths, Folk and Fairy Tales
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NY: Golden Press, 1958. 8vo.; pictorial glossy boards, hardcover; color illustrations; A Golden Reading Adventure; contains: Pecos Bill, Johnny Appleseed, Davy Crocket, the Yaller Blossom o’ the Forest, and Joe Magarac the Steel Man; boards are lightly soiled and rubbed especially at spine ends and corners else internally a very...
NY: Dial Press, 1930. First edition; 8vo.; green cloth covered embossed boards, hardcover; 201 pages; 6 full page color illustrated plates and black and white illustrations; boards are sunned and edgeworn with spine ends and corners beginning to fray else a very good clean tight copy in a soiled and...
NY: Atheneum Books For Young Readers (1995). Stated 1st edition with a 1 in the number line; square small 4to.; glossy pictorial boards; hardcover; color illustrations by Ted Rand; the daughter of a Lord overcomes her fear of the ocean when she rescues her beloved from the Ocean King; very...
NY: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. (1977). First edition with a 1 present in the number line; oblong 8vo.; orange paper covered boards, hardcover; 39 pages; black and white and color illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a foxed and edgeworn dust jacket with a 3” closed tear...
London, Book Club Associates, 1984, 1st edition; 8vo., 109 pages, cloth; illustrated by David Austin; urban and other 20th century legends; very good in very good dust jacket.
New York: Macmillan (1985). 1st edition; small 4to, cloth-backed boards; llustrations by Charles Mikolaycak; how Hugh changes an evil magical maze whild saving his pet lamb; very good in very good dust jacket.
NY: The Limited Editions Club, 1949. Limited Edition; 4to; pictorial cloth covered boards; hardcover; pictorial endpapers; color illustrations; signed by the General Editor of The Evergreen Tales--Jean Hersholt; this is number 2401 of twenty-five hundred numbered copies; slightly edgeworn and lightly soiled covers with lighlty sunned pages else a very...
NY: Orchard Books (1994). 1st printing; small 4to., cloth backed boards; illustrated By Laszlo Kubinyi; sixteen tales from Transylvanian folklore, arranged in three parts: Ghosts, Vampires and Werewolves; Haunted Treasures; and Eerie Fairy Tales; inscribed by Kubinyi; very good in very good dust jacket.
NY: Clarion Books (2006). First edition with a 1 present in the number line; 4to.; pictorial covered boards, hardcover; 39 pages; color illustrations; An Eastern European tale; a very good clean tight copy in a very good dust jacket.
New York: Morrow Junior Books, 1990. Stated 1st edition; 4to., glossy pictorial boards; illustrated by Stanley; long ago in Persia a poor young man and his tiger Fortune seeks his fortune in the big city; a very good clean tight copy ina very good dust jacket.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1930. 8vo., cloth, 214 pp. cloth, color and b&w illustrations by Harold Sichel; very good in edgeworn dust jacket.
Stonington:The Pequot Press (1966). First edition; 8vo.; cloth covered boards, hardcover; 50 pp.; black and white illustrations by Yngve Edward Soderberg, stories about Stormalong, the Paul Bunyan of the sea; a very good clean tight copy in a sunned and edgeworn dust jacket.
NY: Greenwillow Books, (1976). First edition with a 1 present in the number line; Inscribed with a drawing by the illustrator on the half title page; 8vo.; cloth backed boards, hardcover; 47 pages; black and white illustrations; top edge of boards are sunned else a very good clean tight copy...
Fort Ticonderoga: Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 1923. Reprint of an 1887 title. 12mo., cloth, very good/o.
New York: Abelard-Schuman (1971). 1st edition.thin 4to, cloth; illustrated by Charles Mikolaycak; ‘a timeless epic whose stark and chilling simplicity heightens the inherent drama in this version of the wild child legend; some tape residue on front free endpaper else very good in very good dust jacket.
NY: William Morrow & Co., 1983. 1st Edition with 1 in the numberline; small 4to., cloth backed boards; very good in a lightly edgeworn dustjacket.
NY: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (1992). First edition with a 1 present in the number line; 4to.; cloth backed boards, hardcover; color illustrations; boards are lightly rubbed else a very good clean tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dust jacket.
NY: Harper & Row Publishers (1940). 8vo; pictorial cloth covered boards; hardcover; 124 pages; black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a chipped pictorial dust jacket.
Saint Joseph,MI: Printed by A.M. & R.W. Roe, 1958. First edition; 8vo.; blue cloth covered boards with gilt moons and lettering, hardcover; color woodcut illustrations by Philip Reed; a very good clean, tight copy.
Kenosha: John Martin's House (1946). 8vo., pictorial boards, illustrated by Tingle, A Bonnie Book, very good in lightly soiled dust jacket.
Moscow: Progress Publishers (1979). 4to.; pictorial wraps with stapled binding, softcover; 17 pages; color illustrations; very good.
NY: Inkwell Press (1974). 1st edition; small 4to, red pictorial cloth, illustrated by the author.# 79 of 200 copies, very good/o.
NY: Inkwell Press, 1975. 1st edition; small 4to, tan pictorial cloth, illustrated by the author. one of 200 copies, very good/o.
NY; Bedrick/Blackie (1989). Stated First American Edition; Small 4to., glossy pictorial boards; illustrated by Joanna Troughton; very good in very good dust jacket.