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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.

$125.00

 

A Dog of Flanders.

Includes The Dog of Flanders, about a dog's faithfulness despite ill treatment, The Nurnberg Stove, about two children's love for their old stove, In the Apple-Country,The Little Earl. The less common British edition with a lovely front board design. Note: This Book Has Been Sold.

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$55.00

 

Ginger Pye.

Was the Pye family puppy stolen by a stranger? A humorous family story.
Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$8.00

 

Crazy Dog.

More than a dozen full page illustrations. Judge was a big lumbering Airedale who did some pretty clumsy things, but Bill knew he was intelligent. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

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$35.00

 

Mr. Books and Mrs. Books (boxed)

Quite unusual to find both boxes together: Mrs. Purr, Mrs. Nibble, Mrs. Cackle, Mrs. Bear, Mrs. Polly, Mrs. Waddle; Mr. Quack, Mr. Grunt. Mr. Prickles, Mr. Pup, Mr. Trunk, Mr. Fox. Note: This book has been sold.

$425.00

 

The Tale of Terrible Towser.

Towser wrote this book about his eventful two weeks in the country, day by day.

$135.00

 

The Cat, the Dog, and the Dormouse.

Long modern written fairy tales, the title story comprising almost half the book. Twenty-nine black and white illustrations, full page and in text in intricate style. Reynolds was an accomplished animal illustrator active in the 20's. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$45.00

 

The Linhay on Hunter's Hill.

Two children try to make an abandoned linhay into refuge for a greyhound.

$42.00

 

The Story of Reynard the Fox.

A version of the Reynard/Renart cycle first published in England in the late 1400's, which begins with the trial scene and the chickens bringing in their murdered daughter on a bier. Quite a lively contrast to the moral tales available!

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$65.00

 

Adam of the Road.

Adam searches far and wide for his minstrel father and his dog. A fresh and colourful picture of the road in 13th c. England with full page illustrations by Lawson introducing each chapter; a pictorial map of Adam's wanderings on eps. Please note: THIS BOOK IS SOLD.

$150.00

 

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