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The Tub People.

The Tub People.

The Wooden Tub people lose their only child to the bathtub drain! But rescue arrives and their lives change just a little. By the end of the book, the reader begins to see the expressiveness in their still wooden faces. Please note: THIS BOOK IS SOLD.

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$45.00

 

Amy's Eyes.

This edition, with its stiff-profiled captain on the jacket, is more inviting to boys, who invariably enjoy Amy's Eyes once they get past the doll theme. Egielski's drawings only, no plates. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.

$12.00

 

The Story of Delicia.

The Story of Delicia.

A matter-of-fact rag doll writes of her first days with her mama, a busy little girl of about five. Photos of Delicia, her mama, and her new stuffed friends on every spread. Adolphus, of Delicia and Adolphus, appears at the end. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$18.00

 

The Mennyms Alive.

The Mennyms Alive.

The Mennyms a family of life-size dolls wake up to find their household has been moved from Brocklehurst Grove. They are in the care of an antique dealer, Daisy Maughan, who gives them an unused flat and soon suspects their secret. The final volume.

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$20.00

 

Favorite Fairy Tales Told in England.

From Jacobs English Fairy Tales 1892; Jack and the Beanstalk, Johnny-cake, Tom Thumb, Molly Whuppie, Dick Whittington and His Cat, Cap O'Rushes. Illustrations on almost every page in black tones, or shades of blue and brown. One of a very well-written series.

$10.00

 

Harper's Young People, 1890, Vol. 11.

All the magazines from 1890; sentimental "period" drawings, serialized novels and articles. Several stories by Howard Pyle; cute cartoons by Barnes.

$75.00

 

Harper's Young People, 1891, Vol. 12.

All the magazines from 1891; sentimental "period" drawings, serialized novels and articles. Several stories by Howard Pyle.

$85.00

 

Harper's Young People, 1889 Vol. 10.

All the magazines from 1889; sentimental "period" drawings, serialized novels and articles. Several stories by Howard Pyle; many stereotypical African American cartoons.

$75.00

 

Harper's Young People, 1888, Vol. 9.

All the magazines from 1888; sentimental "period" drawings, serialized novels and articles. Several stories by Howard Pyle, Alcott; many stereotypical African American cartoons.

$85.00

 

One Fairy Story Too Many.

"The Brothers Grimm and Their Tales." Explains the real origins of the Grimm tales, many not from authentic folk tellers, some even French; how the Brothers deliberately falsified the origins of the tales and how Wilhelm continued to adapt them.

$24.00

 

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