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6295 Adams, Richard. / Yvonne Gilbert. The Unbroken Web. Crown,1980, 1st Am. 7x9.8; 142 pp. Juvenile hardback. Published in Great Britain as The Iron Wolf and Other Stories. Folktales rewritten by Richard Adams as if the reader were present at the telling, with no citations. Black and white drawings by Jennifer Campbell, double columns, small print. CONDITION: Near Fine in Fine jacket; gift inscription and gold seal on ep. $15.00

15544 anon). Little Red Riding Hood and other Stories. New York: McLoughlin, no date (pictures dated 1893); green cloth with large stamped picture of Red Riding Hood and the wolf; tan flower decorated endpapers, 7x9.4"; 154 pp. Juvenile hardback. A collection of stories with illustrations by many artists on every page; cute chromolithos frontis of Riding Hood knocking on Grandmother's door (although she seems a little young to be out alone!). CONDITION: Good Minus, soiled boards very worn along edges, white flecks, loose flyleaf, some page soil, name on page. $20.00

13733 anon). / A. Holm. Ein jedes Tierchen hat sein Plasierchen: Lustige Bilder aus der Tierwelt. Munchen (Munich): Braun & Schneider, (Dr. E. Wolf & Sohn, Munich printers), c. 1898, linen paper covers on red cloth spine, rounded corners, numerous finely hand coloured woodcuts in text, pictorial cover by Holm; 23.5x35 cm. Children's foreign language. German hardcover. Animal fables with delicate drawings illustrating consecutive scenes from each story. CONDITION: Binding copy in nice condition, spine cloth deteriorated, cover faded and browning with one by half inch chip in upper left; all pages counted and present, pages detached but clean. $50.00

4517 Baynes, Pauline. / PB. How Dog Began. Holt, 1985, 1st; 10.6x9, np. Picture Book hardback.  CONDITION: Fine in Near Fine jacket. $8.00

4551 Baynes, Pauline. / PB. How Dog Began. Holt, 1985, 1st; 10.6x9, np. Picture Book hardback.  CONDITION: Fine in Good jacket; 2" dw tear, large sticker stain. $4.00

17766 Behn, Harry. / HB. The Faraway Lurs. Cleveland: The World Publishing Company, 1963, stated 1st; coloured blue cloth pictorial library binding in wraparound illlustrated jacket with forest scene of Heather and Wolf Stone; 8vo; 190 pp. . Juvenile hardback. The meeting of the Forest People and the warlike Sun People from the South in prehistoric Europe, and the fatal romance between the chiefs' children. YA. CONDITION: Good Plus in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, paper yellowing and soiled on edges and pages; unclipped 3.00. $15.00

992561 Biegel, Paul, and Carl Hollander illustations. Wie je droomt ben je zelf. Holland: Commissie voor de Collectieve Propaganda van het Nederlandse Boek. Hardcover pictorial cloth, 4 x 5.75", 64 pp. An original rendition of the Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf story, with 16 color plates by Hollander. /CH. CONDITION: Fine: as New. $25.00 Large photo.

16112 Botsford, Florence / Grace Gilkison. Picture Tales from the Italian. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1929/1929, 1st, sd; mulberry cloth with large white plate, pink title and background to Romulus, Remus, and the wolf, oblong, 7.25x5.5"; 106 pp. Picture Book small hardback. Lively tales and baby plays from Italy, collected by Botsford, and well illustrated with Renaissance fairy tale courts and little children of the 20's. With an introduction by the author. CONDITION: Good Minus, loosening resulting in one page with edgeworn margin (reglued), rear hinge cracked, spine ends frayed to half inch, even soil on plate. $20.00

16575 Bradford, Karleen. There Will Be Wolves. New York: Dutton, 1992, 1st Am; 195 pp. Juvenile hardback in clear archival protector. A story of the first Crusade from the viewpoint of an indomitable young girl, by a Canadian author. Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book Award. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; unclipped 15.99. $16.00

8292 Bradford, Karleen. There Will Be Wolves. Dutton, 1992, 1st Am; 195 pp. Juvenile hardback. A story of the first Crusade from the viewpoint of an indominable young girl, by a Canadian author. Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book Award. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket. $16.00

17797 Brent, Stuart. / Lilian Obligado. Mr. Toast and the Secret of Gold Hill. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1970, 1st published; white jacket with mannerly Mr. Toast fighting a wolf; 6.25x8.75, 94 pp. Juvenile hardback. Mr. Toast, a Golden Retriever gentleman, gets involved in frightening adventures on a family trip. What unsettling events for a peaceful dog! CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped 4.50. $5.00

16224 Burglon, Nora. Deep Silver, a story of the Cod Banks. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1938, 1st, sd; blue cloth boards, in blue and rose jacket with brown portrait of Evard and his animals, 8vo; 215 pp. Juvenile hardback. The foundling Evaded, his eagle, and his tamed wolf set out to sea to find his parentage. Set in a fishing village in the far north of Norway and told in epic style. SIGNED and briefly inscribed by author on title page. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket; nice 1945 inscription on inner flyleaf, slight 1/16" slant,jacket with top edge wear and creases all around; unclipped 2.00. $125.00

8855.1 Carter, Alden R. Dogwolf. NY: Scholastic, 1994, 1st printing., 1994. Hardbound, 231 pp. A 15-year old boy, Chippewa/Metis/Swedish, spends a summer fighting forest fires and hunting a mixbreed dog/wolf, raised by a neighbor, that has gone wild. Fine/fine as new. $15.00 11238 Cecil, Patrick. Kata Son of Red Fang / Wolf Dog of the North. Harper, c.1950. Juvenile hardback. A dog story set in Northern Siberia. Toyon is a hunting dog who becomes a member of the family, rescues his master, saves two children from wolves, many other episodes. CONDITION: Good in Fair jacket; name, bookplate removal traces ffep, scotch tape stains ffep. $35.00
11238  Cecil, Patricia.  Kata Son of Red Fang / Wolf Dog of the North.     Harper, c.1950.  A dog story set in Northern Siberia. Toyon is a hunting dog who becomes a member of the family, rescues his master, saves two children from wolves, many other episodes.  CONDITION: Good in Fair jacket; name, bookplate removal traces free front endpaper, scotch tape stains free front endpaper.        $ 12.00

17543 Chevalier, Renee. / Roger Roux. Les Exploits de Goupil. Lyon: Editions du Puit-Pelu, nd, (c 1940?); imprimeurs Giraud-Rivoire; blue cloth backed illustrated matte white paper boards with Renard, Goupil and Ysegrin the wolf; oblong 9.7x12.2", 24.5x30.2cm; np. Children's foreign language. French hardcover. Colourful cartoon like pictures filling half of each page interpret the old story of the fox and the wolf. CONDITION: Good; light soil to front, soil to back, extrems lightly bumped, one inch margin tear, long tear on last page affecting illustration, pages clean. $70.00

17244 Cory, David. / H. S. Barbour.Little Jack Rabbit and Mr. Wicked Wolf. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, Little Jack Rabbit Books (1923) pre 1928 reprint; red cloth boards, endpapers decorated with red & blue scenes from series, frontis & three col plates, title lists, in full coloured illustrated jacket; small 8vo; 128 pp. Juvenile hardback. We have 7 of thos series, clean and tight with bright boards and lovely colours in the jackets. Their young owner seems to have preferred math to reading, so aside from his erased numbers, the pages are crisp. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; seems unread one opening; we have erased child's small numbering of the 52 verses; in jacket with rubbed creases, several 3/8" closed tears; unclipped, no price indicated. $20.00

15313 Cunningham, Julia. Wolf Roland. New York: Pantheon, 1985,1st; 108 pp. Juvenile hardback in clear archival protector. A man, a boy, and a wolf travel through medieval England. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; long inscription on flyleaf, in jacket with light but visible edgewear; unclipped 9.95. $12.00

10415 Curry, Jane Louise. Shadow Dancers. Atheneum, 1983, 1st; 198 pp. Juvenile hardback. A magical sf/fantasy novel, sequel to wolves of Aam. CONDITION: Very Good in Fine jacket; paperclip marks first four sheets; unclipped 10.95. $22.00

15292 Curry, Jane Louise. Shadow Dancers. New York: Atheneum, 1983, stated 1st; 198 pp. Juvenile hardback. A magical sf/fantasy novel, sequel to wolves of Aam. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, lean; unclipped 10.95. $6.00

15599 Curry, Jane Louise. The Wolves of Aam. New York: Atheneum, 1981, 1st; 192 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Searching for his missing lucky 'dreamstone' and the answers to some mysteries surrounding it, Runner, one of the swiftest Tiddi scouts, ventures into the northern Icelands and the grim mountain fortress of Gzel." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, unclipped 9.95. $7.00

17883 Curry, Jane Louise. The Wolves of Aam. New York: Atheneum, 1981, 1st; 192 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Searching for his missing lucky 'dreamstone' and the answers to some mysteries surrounding it, Runner, one of the swiftest Tiddi scouts, ventures into the northern Icelands and the grim mountain fortress of Gzel." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, clean and straight; unclipped 9.95. $8.00

9862 Curry, Jane Louise. Shadow Dancers. Atheneum, 1983, 1st; 198 pp. Juvenile hardback. The exciting sequel to the Wolves of Aam. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket (F/F); no flaws; unclipped 10.95. $25.00 8539 David, Kurt. / Hans Baltzer. Black Wolf of the Steppes. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Co, 1972, 1st US. (Germany 1966). Violet cloth, 252 pp. Juvenile hardback. A story of Genghis Khan's obsession with power, as seen through the eyes of his long-time friend. Translated by Anthea Bell. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib few marks, little read. $15.00

9240 Dinneen, Betty. / Stefen Bernath. The Family Howl. NY: Macmillan, 1981, 1st. Clothbound, 7.3x9.2, 89 pp. Juvenile hardback. A children's novel about a family of silver-backed jackals (canis mesomelas) in Kenya. CONDITION: Fine in Very Good jacket; clean dw with minor edge tears; unclipped 8.95. $14.00

14860 Dixon, Royal. / Robert Shepard McCourt. Forest Friends. New York: Frederick A Stokes Co (1916); light brown cloth boards with white stork and bear, red apple and wall, wolf on spine; plain eps, plates as issued, large 8vo; 207 pp. Juvenile hardback. Stories of talking wild animals; with a few exceptions, most animals seem to be from the Southern United States. In one, the animals fashion a huge tree into a scare-man to keep the woodcutters out of the forest. Attractive plates. CONDITION: Very Good Plus without jacket; attractive bookplate, light soil to boards, bottom corners bumped. $25.00

16769 Edmonds, Walter D. / William Sauts Bock. Wolf Hunt. Boston: Little Brown, 1970, stated 1st; tan boards, grey endpapers, white jacket with painting of wolf in the snow; 8vo; 112 pp. Juvenile hardback. "A stump-toed wolf becomes a symbol as well as prey to the two hunters stalking it. CONDITION: Good with Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; extrems and bottom edges worn through, loosening; unclipped 4.50. $6.00

15221 Fon Eisen, Anthony. / W. T. Mars. Bond of the Fire. Cleveland: World, (1965), probably 1966 2nd printing (2HC666); orange cloth binding with stamped picture of Ash and his dog, yellow top edge, in jacket with Ash and Arkla in bison cave; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback in clear archival protector. A Cro-Magnon boy befriends and tames a great wolf dog. Good read, with well-researched tribal life. "for man had discovered love and trust, the giving of himself without immediate reward. He gave it to the dog, and it came back to him twofold." CONDITION: Very Good in Fine jacket; traces of pasted down protector on eps (dw flaps themselves are not affected); unclipped 3.95. $35.00

17969 Foster, Ruth, reteller. / Judith Gwyn Brown. The Stone Horseman, Tales from the Caucasus. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965, stated 1st; white cloth pictorial boards with gold and red horses, soldiers, and queen; large 8vo; 87 pp. Juvenile hardback. From the isolated valleys of the Caucasus, from its many languages and its turbulent history, come these tales: The Stone Horsemen, The Stupid Wolf, The Brave Shepherd Boy, Unlucky Mussah, Djamukh, son of a deer, Hecho the Lazy, and others. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks, clean and straight. $5.00

7621.1 Freuchen, Peter, & Finn Salomonsen. The Arctic Year. NY: Putnam, 1958, 2nd., 1958. Clothbound, 438 pp. A month-by-month account of life in the Arctic zone. - -. VG/dj, corners sl bump, in jacket with edgewear & tear. $7.00 13103 George, Jean Craighead. Julie of the Wolves. Harper, (1972); cloth; 172 pp. Juvenile hardback. A young Eskimo girl on the North Slope of Alaska, attempting to run away toward her pen pal friend in San Francisco, becomes lost and gradually makes friends with a pack of wolves. Newbery Medal. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; minor wrinkles at top and bottom of clipped jacket. $16.00 13104 George, Jean Craighead. Julie of the Wolves. Harper, (1972); cloth; 172 pp. Juvenile hardback. A young Eskimo girl on the North Slope of Alaska, attempting to run away toward her pen pal friend in San Francisco, becomes lost and gradually makes friends with a pack of wolves. Newbery Medal. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $12.00 16001.1 Gheon, Henri, trans. F J Sheed, Marigold Hunt woodcuts. St. Germaine of the Wolf Country. London: Sheed & Ward, 1932, first printing., 1932. Very Good: solid; bookplate; corners worn up to 1/4"; clean. HB, no jacket, 7.5", khaki cloth spine on paper-covered boards, St. Germaine was born in 1579, died in 1601, canonized 1867. A story in novellete form. Uncommon. $95.00 11902.6 Goodwin, Mary l., and Edith L. Powell. Rique Ran: Games and Songs of South American Children. Delaware, OH: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1951 apparent first edition. Fine: Perfect condition, as new, apparently never opened; neatly preserved in a box with others of the series for many years. Paperwraps 12mo, pocket-size 3.75x6.7", 40 pp. 15 singing games & 8 dialogue games, all with music, lyrics in Spanish and English, and full directions, and 4 little songs; inc. The Wolf, El Lobo; Don Gato; Dona Anna; Rosita; Let the Door Open!; Arre Caballito!; Martin Pescador; La Muneca; etc. We have many titles in this series; discount for multiple purchases; inquire. $24.00 14445 Grimm (Hoffmann, Felix). / FH. The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids. New York: Harcourt 1959/1957, 1st US.; 12x6.5, np. Picture Book hardback. Humorous and glowing pictures of the little kids and their world. Schweitzer Jugend-Buch-Preis, 1957 Best Swiss Picture Book of the Year. CONDITION: Very Good without` jacket; wear to extremities, a little rumpled in spine gutter. $28.00 15281 Heady, Eleanor. / Arvis Stewart. Sage Smoke, tales of the Shoshoni-Bannock Indians. Silver Burdett Press, 1993/1973; shiny paper boards with sky and land all around, wolf and child on front; wide 8vo; 94 pp. Juvenile hardback in clear archival protector. Twenty short teaching tales, lovingly collected and adapted for modern children: The Giant Mosquito, Why Coyotes Howl, Where Birds Build. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket. $10.00 993387 Hinkle, Thomas C. Jube, the Story of a Trapper's Dog. New York: William Morrow c1945, 1946 3rd printing., 1946. About Fine/ Very Good: book is straight, unmarked, and clean; jacket is worn at spine tips, has one 1" tear front top, is in new archival quality clear protector. Hardcover in jacket, 187 pp. Pictorial endpapers. Jube is raised to vanquish a killer wolf that has preyed on cattle for years. $45.00 16655 Jenkins, Alan C. / Margery Gill. Paulo and the Wolf. New York: Criterion Books, 1964, 1st; review slip laid in; Juvenile hardback in clear archival protector. A chain of events, in which Paulo tries always to be brave, lead to a fortunate discovery in the forest. Meanwhile Paulo's basset hound has puppies and the wolf escapes. Set in Southern France. CONDITION: Very Good in Good Minus jacket; in jacket with 2.5x.5" chip along front crease, spine ends worn to 3/8"; half inch hole in spine; unclipped 3.50. $12.00 9960 Jones, Diana Wynne. Aunt Maria. Greenwillow, 1991,1st; large 8vo; 214 pp. Juvenile hardback. While visiting their housebound relative in Cranbury-on-the-Sea, the children discover that this supposedly helpless aunt has power of her own. Is it she who is causing the zombie like behaviour of the citizens of Cranbury? CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; unclipped 13.95. $9.00 11239 Kalashnikoff, Nicholas. / Arthur Marokvia. Toyon: A Dog of the North and his people. Harper, c.1950. Juvenile hardback. Toyon is a courageous hunting dog who becomes a member of the family, rescues his master, and saves two children from wolves; set in Northern Siberia. By the author of The Defender. CONDITION: Very Good in Good jacket; name, price-clipped jacket. $20.00 6839 Kipling, Rudyard. / Frenzeny. The Jungle Book. Century Co., 1916/1893; 303 pp. Green cloth with gold letters, black elephant picture with blindstamped border. Juvenile hardback. An early format of these unforgettable children's classics. CONDITION: Very Good; top corners bumped, edges a little worn, 1/2" margin tear p 238. $16.00 9850 Kipling, Rudyard. / Frenzeny. The Jungle Book. Century Co., 1907/1893., Green cloth with gold letters, black elephant picture with blindstamped border; 303 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good; extemities sl rubbed, loosening a little, some page soil, repaired hinge at half title. $16.00 9851 Kipling, Rudyard. / John Lockwood Kipling. The Second Jungle Book. Century, 1907/1895. Green cloth with gold letters, black elephant picture with blindstamped border; 324 pp. Juvenile hardback. An early format of these unforgettable children's classics. CONDITION: Very Good Plus; nice copy with two bleached out spots. $22.00 12560 Kipling, Rudyard. / John Lockwood Kipling. The Second Jungle Book. Century, 1916/1895. Green cloth with gold letters, black elephant picture with blindstamped border; 324 pp. Juvenile hardback. An early format of these unforgettable children's classics. CONDITION: Very Good; corners sl bumped, darkened spine, attractive period bookplate. $22.00 4228 Kipling, Rudyard. / John Lockwood Kipling. The Second Jungle Book. Century, 1913/1895; 324 pp. Green cloth stamped. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good Plus; nice copy with several 1/4" bleached out spots within two inch area of front board and spine top. $22.00 12061 Klein, Norma. Mom the Wolf Man and Me. Pantheon, 1972, 1st nap; 128 pp. Juvenile hardback. A funny narrator likes her single mother as she was and tries very hard to postpone her mother's marriage with the Wolfman. The author's first, very successful, book. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; in clipped jacket. $15.00 8856.1 Lathrop, West. Juneau The Sleigh Dog. New York: Grosset & Dunlap reprint, copyright 1942 Random House., Hardbound (tweed-like pseudocloth board,), 273 pp. Juneau is a halfdog/half wolf sled dog who lives in "Wolf Valley" in Alaska. VG-, 1" tape pull on front board. $5.00 992370 Monjo, F. N. The Jezebel Wolf. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1971, 1st printing stated. Children's hardback. Wolves. Israel Putnam, who later became a general in Washington's Continental Army tells his two children how he hunted the Jezebel Wolf that is now a wolfskin on the bed. John Schoenherr illustrations. Near Fine/VG-: Book clean, straight, unmarked, with a 1/2" darkened spot on rear endpaper from a piece of tape; jacket bright, with 1/4x1" surface pull tear in upper front corner; in mylar HB in jacket, 47 pp. $30.00 11042 Montgomery, Rutherford. / Harold Berson. In Happy Hollow. Doubleday, 1958, 1st; 128 pp. Juvenile hardback. Many amusing little drawings of woodland animals throughout this story. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; torn owner name sticker,extremities very bumped and worn. $12.00 9267 Morey, Walt. / Peter Parnall. Kavik the Wolf Dog. Dutton, 1968, 1st; 192 pp. Juvenile hardback. Kavik, a sled dog champion, is being shipped to the States from Alaska when the plane crashes. After three days alone, Andy Evans pulls the dog from his cage and they form a deep friendship. Combines adventure with warm affection. INSCRIBED & signed by author. CONDITION: Very Good Plus with Very Good Plus jacket; spine ends in jacket and boards slightly bumped; unclipped 4.50. $35.00 8323.1 Munsterhjelm, Eric. A Dog Named Wolf. Toronto: Macmillan, (1972). A part husky /part wolf pup raised by a trapper almost reverts to the wild after his master is injured, but begins to follow a man and boy he sees travelling in the bush. Trade paperback, 137 pp. VG: 1974 gift inscription on ffep. $2.00 992730 Osborne, Chester G. The First Puppy. Chicago: Wilcox and Follett Publishing Co. 1953, first edition, first printing NAP. Hardcover, grey boards, 7.3x9.7", 128 pp. A Neanderthal family adopts a wolf cub. Illustrated by Richard N. Osborne. Good to VG/no dj: book is solid, 1956 gift inscription, corners bumped, external handling soil. $12.00 15397 Osborne, Chester. / Richard N. Osborne. The First Puppy. Chicago: Wilcox & Follett, (1953), 1st. grey paper stamped with dog/wolf, 7.5x9.5, 128 pp. Juvenile hardback. Mea brings home a wolf cub to the cave. All summer the tribe is haunted and followed by the wolf pack, but the cub refuses to leave. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; 1956 gift inscription, 1/8" lean, very light cover soil and corner bumps, two corner tips worn through. $10.00 9251 Paulsen, Gary. / Ruth Wright Paulsen. Dogteam. NY: Delacorte, 1993, 1st. Pictorial boards, 11x8.7", c.32 pp. Picture Book Hardback. Sort of a prose poem on full colour picture pages about a night run with a dog team. CONDITION: Fine in Very Good jacket; inch closed tear at back spine top, ow as new; unclipped 15.95. $38.00 16022 Perovskaya, O. / V. Vatagin and I Godin. Kids and Cubs. Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1987/1966, 4th; grey cloth boards with gilt donkey, in white jacket with wrap around picture of tiger and children; wide 8vo; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. A loving story of a family and its many wild and domestic pets, wolves, a tiger, an old horse, inspired by the author's memories of growing up in a town in Central Asia early in the century. CONDITION: Good Minus in Good jacket; small crayon margin scribbles on about 10 pages, otherwise clean and tight, in a clean, somewhat rumpled, lightly edgeworn jacket. $3.00 16331 Porter, Sheena. / Annette Macarthur-Onslow. Nordy Bank. New York: Roy Publishers, 1964, 1st US nap; yellow boards in jacket with painting of huge Alsatian/German Shepherd dog; 8vo; 144 pp. Juvenile hardback. On a camping trip to Nordy Bank, the site of a Welsh Border Iron Age fort, Bron changed from her outgoing self, and the frightened and hungry stray dog who visited the children took on a prehistoric wolf-like character. Carnegie Medal. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket; specks on foredge; in rubbed, jacket with top edge creases. $26.00 16673 Porter, Sheena. / Annette Macarthur-Onslow. Nordy Bank. London: Oxford University Press, 1964, true 1st printing; yellow boards in jacket with painting of huge Alsatian/German Shepherd dog; 8vo; 144 pp. Juvenile hardback in clear archival protector. On a camping trip to Nordy Bank, the site of a Welsh Border Iron Age fort, Bron changed from her outgoing self, and the frightened and hungry stray dog who visited the children took on a prehistoric wolf-like character. Carnegie Medal. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; 1967 inscription in red ink, foxed edges and boards, bumped corners; in clipped jacket with rumpled corners. $22.00 11821 Prokofiev, Serge. / Barbara Cooney. Peter and the Wolf. Viking, Penguin (1986), 3rd; full colour shiny pictorial boards. Play Book. Picture Book Hardback. Book opens at center to form forest setting for five pop-up scenes. Paper engineering by John Strajan and David A. Carter. CONDITION: Near Fine; with ribbons a little faded. $20.00 16673 Prokofjew, Sergej. (Sergei Prokofiev) / Frans Haacken. Peter und der Wolf (Peter and the Wolf). Wiesbaden and Zurich: Parabel Verlag, 1987/Berlin: Alfred Holz Verlag, 1938; modern reprint; translated to the German by Lieselotte Remane. Black laminated paper covers with (perhaps) scratchboard drawing of Peter, wolf head, and tree with touches of green and red,, 8.75x8.25; 46 pages. Children's foreign language. Swiss hardcover. A well-done modern reproduction of this elegant 30's book, with pictures opposite short text and a fold-out page for the Triumphal procession. Themes scored at the end. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; crease and a little soil near the margin of the foldout page, otherwise fine. $18.00 14180 Richardson, Alfred G. / Walter J. Wilwerding. King of the Grizzlies, Wildwood Tales. Chicago: Rand McNally & Co, (1925) 1st; blue cloth with black titles and plate of grizzly fish and cub set in; grey blue eps with forest scene; frontis + 1 col plate and 10 full page grey tone illustrations, 8vo, 242 pp. Juvenile hardback. Illustrations by a recognized painter of African animals. A collection of northern forest animal stories: grizzly, moose, ptarmigan, bear, fox, beaver, crow, wolf, goose, rabbit, red squirrel, golden eagle, wolf-dog, and, oddly, Red Dingo the sled dog. CONDITION: Good plus without jacket; boards clean and solid, plate worn around edges, col. plate has come loose, been damaged, and then reinserted, nice period Child Life bookmark laid in, 1926 inscription on half title. $15.00 13451 Rinaldi, Ann. Wolf by the Ears. Scholastic, 1991, 1st; 252 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; as new; ; Fine is our highest grade. $25.00 12724 Robertson, Keith. / Iami Kashiwagi. Outlaws of the Sourland. Viking, 1953, 1st; 224 pp. Juvenile hardback. An upstate boy tries to protect the sheep from wild dogs and poachers. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, small cross on spine. $10.00 3610 Shannon, Terry. / Charles Payzant. Little Wolf, the Rain Dancer. Whitman, (1954); 8.4x9.4, 48 pp. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good Minus without jacket; ex-lib usual marks; pictorial bind. $8.00 4773 Sherwan, Earl. / ES. Bruno: The Bear of Split Rock Island. NY: Norton, 1966, 1st; 143 pp. Juvenile hardback. Adventures of a young Canadian bear, with very nice halftone drawings by the author, a professional artist. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Good; remainder mark and light spray top edge in rubbed clipped dw w 2" chipped tear, two 1" tears, flap corners clipped. $12.00 993389 Stephens, Annabel W. / Rhoda Chase. Told By A Dog. Richmond et al: Johnson Publishing Co., n.d. Hardcover in orange cloth with two-color painting of the dog; 8vo, v, 182 pp. Inscribed and signed by the author, "with best wishes to Selma Waldron, Annabel W. Stephens". Very Good-: two ink splotches on front cover, one 3/8x1.5", one 1/4", and light soil; else clean and straight; bottom corner of front endpaper clipped 1". $80.00

12161 Storr, Catherine. / Marjorie-Ann Watts. The Adventures of Polly and the Wolf. McCrae Smith, 1970/1957, 1st Am; pictorial cloth library binding, 94 pp. Juvenile hardback. The wolf decides to write his own book this time, very short, "One day the wolf caught Polly and ate her all up". The third playful book about this blundering, endearing wolf and the resolute and affectionate Polly. Ardizzone-like illustrations. CONDITION: Very Good Plus without jacket; ex-lib, very clean, private school parent donation. $28.00

992489 Trucy. Histoire de Mitchi le petit ours brun. Paris: editions J. Barbe, date not given, circa 1948. Hardcover pictorial paper-covered boards with black paper spine, 10.2x14.6", 32 pp. Hand-written text (in French) with brightly colored paintings on every page tell the story of a little bear lost in the woods, the wicked wolf, the animal friends; art disneyish. /Trucy. Good: solid, unmarked; corners bumped hard; 1" and 2" tears in the black paper on the spine. $75.00 993706 Yeoman, John, illus. Quentin Blake. Beatrice and Vanessa. Macmillan, 1974, first American printing. Hardcover in jacket, 8vo, np. Adventure of a ewe and a nanny-goat who are bored and decide to "take a holiday", where they are chased by a bear and wolves. CONDITION: VG/VG-: straight, solid, clean, with stamp on front endpaper "USPS AUCTION"' else unmarked; jacket complete, with uneven fading (see photo). $8.00 Large photo.

12346 Zheleznova, Irina, trans. / Alexei Barsukov. A Winter Home. Malysh Publishers, no words (1984). Pop-up, continuous cutout card strip forming doubled covers and book pages, black on cover with circular hole on back from which emerge fleeing wolves, 8.3x9.5; c 14 "pages" Play Book Hardback. A pop-up folk tale in a snug little house with five animal friends who are visited by seven wolves; animal personalities rather commercial looking, but the Russian cottage interior is neat. CONDITION: Very Good; some creases near bottom spine and on rear wolves, which also have 1" closed tear (it is tempting, but futile, to try to pull them out.). $20.00