Very Good in Near Fine jacket. Children's Illustrated. Signed Appears unread, but has a repaired chip on lower board. Signed with a little sketch by Sis on the endpage. Summary: By traveling around her New York block, Madlenka travels around the world as she visits people from many nations.
Moser, Barry. Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Picture Book. Signed Appears new. Signed by Jane Yolen and Barry Moser on the title page in 2006. Summary: The story of how horses first came to the Blackfeet.
Publisher: Bobbs Merrill, Indianapolis
Date published: 1960
Description: Very Good in Good jacket. Middle Grades Clean and tight. Browning around the edges. Spine end and corner wear. Two punch holes to flap. Shelfwear and chips. Looks good in new mylar. Summary: Nice collection of fifteen Johnny Gruelle stories. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Harcourt Childrens Books, San Diego, California, U.S.A.
Date published: 1989
Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Children's Illustrated. Signed Clean, bright and tight. Price clipped. Some edge and shelfwear. A scuff on ffep. Nice book. Looks great in new mylar. Signed by Yolen with the inscription Magic Ahead in 2006. Summary: The heroine is turned into a dragon. Read More
Publisher: Lee and Shepard Publishers, Boston
Date published: 1869
Description: Fair. Middle Grade Light soiling and quited toned interior. Dark edges. The frontis page with tissue and title page want to come out as does the first signature. Binding breaking toward back. Slant. Red boards worn through in several places on the edges. Spine has some small discolored spots. Back board has some soiling. Pretty little book inspite of all that. Read More
Edition: Uncorrected Proof
Publisher: Alfred A Knopf Inc, New York
Date published: 1997
Description: Collectible-Very Good. Young Adult Clean, bright and tight. Slight soiling to paper covers. Held together with black cloth tape. An uncorrected proof. Summary: A sequel to the Golden Compass. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Penguin Press, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Date published: 2004
Description: Near Fine in Very Good jacket. History. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed A masterpiece of literary reportage about the experience of ordinary Iraqis living through the endgame of the Saddam Hussein regime, it's violent fall, and the troubled American occupation. This book is in great condition. The author has signed on the title page and under his signature he has written "Minn 10.15.04" The dust jacket is price clipped. It has a little wrinkling along the top edge of the front of the jacket, ... Read More
Edition: First American Edition
Publisher: Dutton Childrens Books, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Date published: 1978
Description: Decorations By Shirley Felts. Collectible-Very Good in Good jacket. Youth Ex-media center. Has three stamps and two clean, glued papers on bep. No other indications of a media copy. Clean, bright and tight. Shelfwear with corners and spine ends chewed. Two small tears. A very nice copy that looks great in new mylar. Summary: A story of the White Horse of Uffington, in pre-Roman England. Read More
Publisher: John Ritchie, Kilmarnock, England By Clays Ltd, St Ives Plc
Date published: 1900
Description: Very Good. Fiction. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. This is a very lovely book. The front cover is blue with two women reading. There is a lattice with vines and flowers in orange and green. It is very solid. This publisher did a number of series for Christian Missionaries. The last few pages are advertisements for other books he published. This is a story of a family who loses a young child and how they go about handling that within their Christian faith. The publishing date is not stated, but on the ... Read More
Description: Good. Children's Picture. Signed Bright and tight. Light soiling and creasing. Some edgewear. Carlson has inscribed, signed, dated-1984, and done a drawing of Harriet on the ffep. Summary: In this one we get a bit of a gender switch. My kids loved it. Second printing. Read More