Continuing a two-year program to bring back 22 out-of-print Sendak treasures, this reissue highlights his amazing partnership with Krauss, who reveals the innermost feelings of little children. This title, first published in 1955, reveals the special bond in a girl's special friendship with a horse. Full-color illustrations.Continuing a two-year program to bring back 22 out-of-print Sendak treasures, this reissue highlights his amazing partnership with Krauss, who reveals the innermost feelings of little children. This title, first published in 1955, reveals the special bond in a girl's special friendship with a horse. Full-color illustrations.Read Less
Very Good. HARDCOVER, bound in 1/4 cloth with illustrated paper covered boards. Gift inscription on front endpaper. No other interior marks. Boards show some light rubbing and a touch of light soil. Overall, a presentable copy.
Very Good. Very good. No dust jacket. Light wear at edges, else very good. Harper, 1955. Hardcover. Very Good. NICE 1955 hardcover featuring the illustrations of Maurice Sendak. Pictorial boards, no jacket. Text and illustrations are very good; no marks, tears or creases. Pictorial front board of Charlotte and her White Horse. Likely 1st edition, no dates other than 1955 on the copyright page. A Sendak classic. Very sweet. A timeless gift for a girl and a horse.
Very Good in Good jacket. Black cloth backed illustrated cover overboards. $2.00 Publisher's price on flap. very light stain on bottom edge of book and dust jacket, ow fine. Sendak's first book in color.
Illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 16mo A most attractive First Edition/First Printing [Hanrahan A18] in Fine condition in Near Fine dustjacket. Some chipping and soiling of dustjacket, but in general it is clean and bright; The fantasy story of a little girl, named Charlotte, and her little white horse, Milky Way from the time Milky Way was born and took his first wobbly steps and from the beginning of the day to the end when Charlotte tells him goodnight and leaves her horse a bowl of water, hay, and oats.
Sendak, Maurice. Fine in Very Good jacket. 12mo. Signed by Illustrator SIGNED first edition. Hard cover in original cloth and dust jacket. Published NY: Harper & Brothers, 1955, first printing. [Hanrahan A18]. 12mo., 5 3/8" x 6 3/4", unpaginated 24pp., color illustrations by Maurice Sendak. Sendak's first all-color illustrated book. Black cloth and pictorial paper covered boards, floral design decorative endpapers in color. Inscribed by Sendak to photographer Sing-Si Schwartz on half title: "Jul 70', For Sing-Si, hello: Maurice Sendak" Laid in is a 1955 publication notice of the book in "The Villager", Greenwich Village, NY, Dec 15, 1955 featuring a photo of Sendak holding a dog. Three 4" x 6" duotone prints of Sendaks illustrations for the book laid in. Book is fine with no wear, dust jacket very good, $2 price on flap, mild age toning, darkening fade along the spine with a small chip off the crown, hairline split along dj spine with internal repair, inner front flap has offsetting from newspaper clipping. Three laid in prints fine. Uncommon signed.
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