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1 Andersen, Hans Christian, HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN FAIRY TALES (4 VOLUMES).
Odense, Denmark, Flensted. 1968 Hardcover in blue cloth covered boards with gilt  There is an inscription on the front blank end paper of Vol. 1 which states: "Bought 1970 Camping Trip. Cepenhagen." Except as noted, these four volumes aree Near Fine to Fine condition. Pages: Vol. 1, 394; vol. 2, 367 (1); vol. 3, 36 
Frontispiece portrait of Anderson and illustrated throughout with drawings. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Dobie, J. Frank, Forward by Frank Wardlaw and Illustrations by Charles Shaw. CORONADO'S CHILDREN. TALES OF LOST MINES AND BURIED TREASURES OF THE SOUTHWEST. (limited edition).
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1978. This special edition of Coronado's Children is limited to three hundred copies of which this copy No. 245. It is signed on the limitation page by Fra Hardbound in lightly marbled beige boards backed b As new in the publisher's matching slip case with a large paper label tipped onto one side and it is also Fine. 329 pages. 9 3/8 x 6 1/2. 
Frontis, illus., maps, notes, glossary Coronado's Children was one of J. Frank Dobie's first books. Written in 1930, ithelped gain him national prominence as a Southwestern author. In it, he recounts the tales and legends of the men who searched for buried treasure in the Southwest following in the footsteps of that earlier gold seeker, the Spaniard Coronado. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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3 Eaton, James S., THE COMMON SCHOOL ARITHMETIC; COMBINING ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS; ADAPTED TO THE BEST MODE OF INSTRUCTION IN THE ELEMENTS OF WRITTEN ARITHMETIC.
Boston: Taggard and Thompson. 1864. 1st edition. Hardbound in illustrated paper-covered boards back Covers rubbed and corners bumped and worn. Leather slightly rubbed. Overall Good or better. An important early arithmetic book and very scarce in the first edition. 311 pages. 7 1/2 x 5 1/8. 

Price: 50.00 USD
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4 Muller-Leonhardi, Martha, KINDERSPIELE UND LIEDER. (CHILD'S PLAY AND SONGS) Band 1.
Dresden; Verlag von Ader & Borel. 1913. 1st edition. Hardbound in cloth-covered boards with color illu Slight shelf wear and slight color shifts on the books extremities, else Near Fine condition. A very scarce book. 79 pages. 10 1/2 x 7 1/2. 
Illustrated with chapter heads and full-page plates in full-color. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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5 Otis, James (James Otis Kaler), TOBY TYLER OR TEN WEEKS WITH A CIRCUS.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1881. First edition of a book that has been reprinted in many editions over the years. Gilt decorated pictorial cloth. Wear to spine ends, corners worn, a small tear (3/8") on spine and some minor rubbing to back cover. Overall a very good copy of an extremely scarce book in the first edition in this condition. 265 pp. + 6 pp. ads. 6 1/4 x 4 3/4. 
21 illustrations including frontis by W.A. Rogers. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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6 Riley, James Whitcomb. THE POEMS AND PROSE SKETCHES OF JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY. (14 VOLUMES)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1906-1908, Homestead Edition. Hardbound in 3/4 brown leather over floral-patter On about half of them, Front hinge is cracked, but the binding is firm. There is rubbing along the spine edges. Else, All are Very Good or Better. There is a bookplate of former owner on front, blank end paper, else the contents are clean, bright and Near Fine. Pages vary from 154 to 240. 7 3/4 x 5 ˝. 
Each volume has a frontispiece illustration with a tissue guard. The titles in this set are: Vol. I. NEGHBORLY POEMS AND DIALECT SKETCHES. Vol. II. SKETCHES IN PROSE, JAMESY–A CHRISTMAS STORY–AND OTHERS. Vol. III. AFTERWHILES.. Vol. IV. PIPES O' PAN. Vol V. RHYMES OF CHILDHOOD. VI. THE FLYING ISLANDS OF THE NIGHT. VII. GREEN FIELDS AND RUNNING BROOKS. VIII. POEMS HERE AT HOME. IX. ARMAZINDY. X. A CHILD-WORLD. Vol. XI. RUBAIYAT OF DOC SIFERS AND HOME-FOLKS. Vol. XII. THE BOOK OF JOYOUS CHILDREN.154 Pages. XIII. HIS PA'S ROMANCE. XIV. MORNING. 
Price: 145.00 USD
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7 Riley, James Whitcomb. THE WORKS OF JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY (18 VOLUMES).
All, except otherwise noted, were published in Indianapolis by the Bobbs-Merrill Company or its predecessor, the Bowen-Merrill Company. 1888-1909 The original bindings have been rebound uniformal varying sizes. 
The books in this set and as numbered are: 1. THE BOYS OF THE OLD GLEE CLUB. 1907. 1st edition. Not paginated. 2. OUT TO OLD AUNT MARY'S. 1904. Frontispiece. There are no page numbers. Drawings by Howard Chandler Christy. 3. AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE. 1902. Drawings by Howard Chandler Christy. Frontispiece. Laid in is facsimile of a letter, wrapped in tissue, from Riley to Editor of Exminer about a Christmas Poem. 5. LOVE LYRICS. 1899. 190 pages. 6. A DEFECTIVE SANTA CLAUS. 1904. 77 (1) pages. 7. ARMAZINDY. 1894. 169 pages. 1st edition 8. RUBAIYAT OF DOC SIFERS. New York: The Century Co., 1897. 111 pages. 1st edition. 9. NEGHBORLY POEMS ON FRIENDSHIP, GRIEF, AND FARM-LIFE The Bowen-Merrill Company. 1891, 90 pages. 1st edition. No frontispiece. 10. GREEN FIELDS AND RUNNING BROOKS. 1893. 224 pages. 1st edition. Neither frontispiece nor illustrations. 11. RHYMES OF CHILDHOOD. 1901. 186 pages. 1st edition. Frontispiece but not illustrated. 12. THE FLYING ISLANDS OF THE NIGHT. 1899. 88 pages. 1st edition. This volume has neither a frontis. nor illustrations. 13. MORNING. 1907. 1st edition. 162 pages. Frontis., but no illustrations. 14. SONGS OF TWO PEOPLES. Boston. Estes & Lauriat. 1898. 131 pages. 1st edition. Frontis., but not illustrations. 15. POEMS HERE AT HOME. New York. The Century Company. 1893. 187 pages. 1st edition. 16. A TINKLE OF BELLS. Frontis. 210 pages. 1895. Chicago: E. A. Weeks & Company.The works of Riley in the pirated edition. This pirated edition is a 1st and only edition which resulted in a lawsuit against E. A. Weeks & Co. by Riley and his publishers, Bowen-Merrill. Riley claimed that mutilated versions of his works had damaged his reputation. Judgement was in Riley's favor, and all books and plates were ordered confiscated and destroyed. Surprisingly, this pirated edition is the first book publication of six of these poems (which had each been previously published by the Indianapolis Journal). 17. THE BOOK OF JOYOUS CHILDREN. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1903. 154 pages. Neither frontispiece nor illustrations. 18. "THE OLD SWIMMIN -HOLE," AND ‘LEVEN MORE POEMS, BY BENJ. F. JOHNSON (JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY. 1888. 50 (1) pages. Neither frontispiece nor illustrations. The last page is a duplicate title page. 19. IN LOCKERBIE STREET. A LITTLE APPRECIATION OF JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY by Mabel Potter Daggett. New York. B. W. Dodge & Company, 1909. 28 pages. Frontispiece portrait of Riley and illustrated with vintage photographs. . Large number of blank pages at rear of book. 
Price: 525.00 USD
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8 Swift, Jonathan, GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.
New York: The Sun Dial Press, 1939. This is the movie edition copyrighted by Paramount Studios and is a 1st thus. Hardcover. Color illustrated paper-covered boards  Bottom corners lightly bumped, else near fine in an illustrated dust jacket that duplicates the illustration on the front cover of the book. The dust jacket has edge wear, light soil, a couple of closed tears, else very good. Pages are not numbered. 10 1/4 x 8. 
Illustrated in full color. A page at rear with the words from 5 songs in the movie. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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9 Vonnegut, Kurt, SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE OR THE CHILDREN'S CRUSADE : A DUTY DANCE WITH DEATH
Franklin Center, Pa. The Franklin Library. 1978. Franklin Library's Signed "First" Edition. Signed by Vonnegut on the front blank end paper with a tissue guard over it.. Bound in full light-brown leather, with intricate Fine condition 173 pages. 9 3/8 X 6 1/2. 
Illustrated with drawings by Alan E. Cober. A one-page special message to subscribers from Kurt Vonnegut. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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