While Ida is busy playing her wonder horn faceless goblins come in through the bedroom window and kidnap her baby sister. So Ida puts on her mother's yellow rain cloak and sets off on a mystical journey into outside over there, to rescue her sister and save her from having to become a nasty goblin's bride. But once she finds the goblin's hiding ...Read MoreWhile Ida is busy playing her wonder horn faceless goblins come in through the bedroom window and kidnap her baby sister. So Ida puts on her mother's yellow rain cloak and sets off on a mystical journey into outside over there, to rescue her sister and save her from having to become a nasty goblin's bride. But once she finds the goblin's hiding place she has to employ a very special, clever trick before she can carry her sister home to safety.Read Less
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Sendak, Maurice. Fine in very good dust jacket. DJ shows light rubbing at corners and spine, does not have silver Caldecott sticker. Red cloth over boards, gilt printing on cover and spine; sewn binding. 40 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: Children/juvenile. Correct first edition: with no statement of edition, no additional printing numbers on copyright page, and dust jacket priced at $12.95. Part of what Sendak called "his trilogy".
SENDAK, Maurice. Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Inscribed By Author (USA) INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on a label adhered to the back of the front cover, no other markings, Vg in VG(-) Dj with some rubbing to the base of the spine and bottom edge not quite crisp. The Dj is tape to itself at the flaps with small piece of magic tape (can be removed) There is a silver medal sticker to the front panel of the Dj. Red cloth, unpaginated. the illustrations are some of his best work. Later printng. (1.8 LNQ FO 3/1.
Near Fine in good jacket. Inscribed by the author. First edition, 1981. Oblong quarto, cloth hardcover in dust jacket, unpaginated, illustrated in color, clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy in Good dust jacket, a bit of ink-scribbling to the dust jacket, dust jacket with some soiling or discoloration, dust jacket also with some creasing and tearing to the tips and edges. Dust jacket housed in archival dust jacket protector. Signed and inscribed by Sendak on the front flyleaf.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Signed by Author(s) 1st Printing. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. pp. 40. Signed by the author on the front free end paper and dated May 13, '81. The signature is just below this: Natalie Sendak Lesselbaum (Maurice's sister). I gave him his first book. An intriguing association copy. Red cover boards are clean with little wear. Dust jacket is shelf worn and scuffed with one 1 inch long closed tear on the front panel, price clipped, in mylar sleeve. Interior is clean and bright. Binding is solid. A National Book Award winner. This is a first printing, with no Caldacott Honor award sticker affixed to jacket. (Hanrahan A110).
Illustrated by Sendak, Maurice. Good in very good dust jacket. Red cloth, gilt titles. Large, oblong format. Large colour illustrations throughout. SIGNED by Sendak to front endpapers. Light damp staining to lower corners of covers. Light damp marks to lower page corners (some very slight surface paper damage). Dustwrapper is slightly edge worn, damp stain to lower front corner and fading to lower edge of rear panel. [R]
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