The Tale of Terrible Towser, illus by A. E. Kennedy, Sam'l Gabriel (1916)

The Tale of Terrible Towser.

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



The Cat, the Dog, and the Dormouse by Hall.

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



Linhay by Lamplugh

The Linhay on Hunter's Hill.

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



Reynard the Fox by Hazard.

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!




Adam of the Road by Gray.

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.



His Lordship's Puppy by Elmslie.

His Lordship's Puppy.

Period dog fiction with six photo-like plates. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



Taxi Dog by Barracca.

The Adventures of Taxi Dog.

A stray dog gets himself adopted by a taxi driver and drives around New York all day, every day. Artist's first book. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by artist with a little drawing of Taxi Dog.



Waldi by Andreas.

Waldi Ein lustiges Dackelbuch.

On every spread, coloured plates of naughty Waldi in an elegant dog society face a page w text & drawings of his real life mishaps. A copy of one of Koch-Gotha's children's books from the 20's and 30's, later reprinted by Alfred Hahns. Note: This book has been sold.



Kata by Cecil.

Kata, Son of Red Fang.

Kata's mother was a purebred German Shepard and his father one of the largest Canadian timber wolves ever seen. Kata gradually began to trust Jack's family and to help around their small farm. But as he grew older he had to chose between the wild and Jack's friendship.



Toyon by Kalashnikoff.

Toyon: A Dog of the North.

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. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



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