20180 The Pussycat Princess by Anthony, illus photos Frees.

The Pussycat Princess.

"The Pussycat Princess asks and receives from her royal father permission to go out into the world, taking whatever risks may befall, but for one night only." Thirty-two photographs of real puppies and kittens elaborately dressed and posed to illustrate the story. [White 576].



20359 Bobtail Puppy Book by Cecil Aldin.

The Bobtail Puppy Book.

An introduction by the Puppy reveals his unease about his docked tail. In the following 11 "chapters", The Lambkin Laughs, The Cat Laughs, all his friends tease him, too. Each "chapter" contains a half title with a drawing, opening to a coloured painting of Puppy and his friend in greys, reds, dark browns, and yellow ochres, with black outlines on grey paper, the puppy's poem facing. In the last chapter, the Bob-Tail Puppy decides to solve the teasing by sitting down. Wonderful illustrations of this funny grey and white puppy, frequently reproduced. Due to the complexities of publishing imprints, Henry Frowde's children's books became Humphrey Milford's in the late teens, so this is a later printing rather than a reprint house printing. Heavy, original dimensions, with very nice colour quality. A scarce Aldin Puppy title.



Puppy Tales.

Little tales about puppies: Nippy and the Hedgehog; Mary and Mick and Snoozle, and The Lost Puppy.



Little Dog by Deihl. In Box.

The Little Dog that Would Not Wag His Tail.

Noodles insisted that wagging his tale was just silly nonsense, even though mother said it was Good Manners. So cute!
NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



Mr. Picklepaw's Puppy by Adams.

Mr. Picklepaw's Puppy.

A little wet puppy with big paws showed up in the rain, and he grew and grew. At last Mr. Picklepaw could stand his mischief and clumsiness no longer! (Probably a Great Dane puppy). By the author illustrator of Mr. Picklepaw's Popcorn. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by both authors on half title in 1971



Black-Eyed Puppy by Pyle.

The Black-Eyed Puppy.

A little story from Puppy's point of view. Twelve expressive colour plates of dogs on coated paper. Katharine Pyle was Howard Pyle's sister and wrote some of his texts. NOTE: This Book has been sold.



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