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MR. MEAD AND HIS GARDEN
Written by John Vernon Lord. Illustrated by John Vernon Lord.
Stock no. 2125247
Published by Jonathan Cape. 1980. Very good condition.
A story told in verse. Large format. Glazed pictorial boards. Large colour illustrations throughout. ISBN: 0224010417. Corners lightly bumped. Contents clean.
WARNE'S BOOK OF NURSERY RHYMES
No author listed.
Stock no. 2125246
Published by Frederick Warne & Co Ltd.. Circa 1947. Good condition.
Blue cloth spine. With Colour plates and numerous b/w illustrations. Front cover shows children being read to in front of the fireplace, with goose and a teddy bear. First rhyme is 'Jack and Jill'. Bumping to corners and spine. Wear to covers. Front joint is cracked and a bit weak. Inscription in ink to verso of frontis. A few grubby margin marks and some foxing.
THE SECRET GARDEN
Written by John Fuller; Laurie Lee; Peter Levi; et al. Illustrated by Brian Partridge; Sue Cave; et al..
Stock no. 2125228
Published by Brotherhood Of Ruralists. 1989. Nearly fine condition.
Card wraps. A selection of poems with accompanying tipped in b/w plates by various authors and artists. ISBN: 1870019067.
THE PIG THAT SAVED THE CITY
Written by H.Y.J. Taylor. Illustrated by Noreen Littleton.
Stock no. 2125176
Published by Miss N. Littleton. 1st 1980. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
The Ballad of the Famous Pig Which Caused King Charles To Raise The Siege of Gloucester September 5 1643. Green cloth, gilt title and vignette. Red and black calligraphy. Line drawings. Illustrations and calligraphy by Littleton. ISBN: 0950704202. SIGNED by Illustrator/Calligrapher, with No. 199 (assumed Limited edition). A few marks to covers. Wrapper is edge-creased with some grubby marks.
THE GAY BOOK
Written by Githa Sowerby. Illustrated by Millicent Sowerby.
Stock no. 2125071
Published by Henry Frowde; Hodder & Stoughton. Circa 1915. Almost very good condition.
Cream boards with large colour picture to front cover. Full page colour illustrations; all pages printed on only one side. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Some grubby marks and spotting to covers. Damp mark along top edge of rear cover. Light foxing and some margin marks internally.
THE LADYBIRD BOOK OF BEDTIME RHYMES
Written by Geoffrey Lapage. Illustrated by George Brook.
Stock no. 2125039
Published by Wills & Hepworth Ltd.. Circa 1966. Very good condition.
Ladybird series 413. Pictorial paper boards. Colour illustrations throughout. Name in ink to front cover and title page. A few grubby marks to covers. Light chipping along one cover edge. Tally no. 150 to rear cover. Contents are lovely and bright.
RYMES OF ROBYN HOOD
Written by R.B. Dobson; J. Taylor.
Stock no. 2125027
Published by Alan Sutton. 1st thus 1989. Slightly better than very good condition.
An Introduction to the English Outlaw. Card wraps. 14 of the original surviving texts are faithfully reproduced, with accompanying commentary and an additional selection of related poems and play extracts. ISBN: 0862996104.
THE BALFOUR NURSERY RHYMES PAINTING BOOK
No author listed.
Stock no. 2124999
Published by Balfour Publications. Almost very good condition.
Large oblong format. Card wraps. Includes 7 Nursery rhyme pictures to paint. One page shows the full colour finished picture to copy on the facing page. Vertical creasing to covers. A few small edge tears to covers. Belongs to box has been completed in ink. Only 1 picture in this painting book has been attempted.
GOOPS AND HOW TO BE THEM
Written by Gelett Burgess. Illustrated by Gelett Burgess.
Stock no. 2124959
Published by Methuen & Co.. 1st 1900. Very good condition.
A Manual of Manners for Polite Infants Inculcating many Juvenile Virtues Both by Precept and Example With Ninety Drawings. Pictorial orange cloth with cream title blocks and black titles. B/w illustrations. 8.5 x 7". Light bumping and wear to spine and corners. Prize 'plate' to front endpaper - now detached. A couple of relevant newspaper cuttings stuck to front pastedown. Some foxing and page browning.
Written by Heinrich Hoffmann.
Stock no. 1317262
Published by Blackie & Son Ltd.. circa 1950. Very good condition.
Green cloth spine, cream pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. Humourous rhymes. Printed on one side of the paper only. Spine and corners slightly bumped and rubbed. A few small marks to rear cover. Small inner margin tears to pages 17 & 18. Light fingermarks to endpapers and some page margins. Title-page is foxed and lightly browned
THE FAMILY ALBUM
Written by John Yeoman. Illustrated by Quentin Blake.
Stock no. 1815911
Published by Hamish Hamilton. 1st 1993. Nearly fine condition.
Great-Uncle Bertie (who thinks he's a budgie), Cousin Lucy (who's mad about paint) and Auntie Amanda (who teaches mice ballet) are just three of the remarkable relatives immortalised in the lively verse and illustrations of an unusual Family Album. Pink glazed pictorial boards. B/w illustrations throughout. ISBN: 0241132932.
Written by Heinrich Hoffmann.
Stock no. 1815756
Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul. Almost very good condition.
White pictorial boards with same image on front and rear. Colour illustrations. Boards are grubby, rubbed at edges. Stain affecting page 23 but only affecting one verse (of three). Contents generally clean.