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261 Follett, Ken THE POWER TWINS
New York: Morrow Junior Books, (1990). 068808723X / 9780688087234 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine in a lightly rubbed illustrated dust jacket. Colorful jacket painting of the twins, their cousin and a space-worm by Stephen Marchesi, who also did the interior illustrations. 
Children's science fiction by the bestselling author of EYE OF THE NEEDLE. The Price twins and their cousin Tubs embark on an adventure to space with their alien uncle. They must act as arbitrators in the Worm War. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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262 Ford, Ford Madox THE BROWN OWL: A Fairy Tale
New York: George Braziller/A Venture Book, (1966). First U.S. edition. First issued in 1892 from T. Fisher Unwin. Hardcover. Fine in fuchsia cloth decorated with white owl drawing to front cover; in price-clipped, color-pictorial dust jacket that shows some mild rubbing and edgewear. 
An unconventional fairy story by the noteworthy British novelist, author of THE GOOD SOLDIER. Line drawing illustrations and jacket art by Grambs Miller. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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263 Ford, Ford Madox; Miller, Grambs, illustrator THE QUEEN WHO FLEW: A Fairy Tale
New York: George Braziller, (1965). First U.S. edition. A Venture Book. Hardcover. A very narrow panel of offsetting to endpapers, else near fine in wheat-colored decorated cloth; in price-clipped illustrated dust jacket which is lightly edgeworn, and shows a shadow where publisher's sticker has been removed from front panel and spine. 
The imporant novelist, author of THE GOOD SOLDIER, also published several books of fairy tales, from which this tale of young Queen Eldrida and her only friend, a bat, has been drawn. Black-and-white illustrations in a faux nave style by Grambs Miller. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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264 Ford, Julia Ellsworth; Rackham, Arthur & Ford, Lauren, illustrators. IMAGINA
New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc., (1923). Second edition. Illustrated with two full-color plates by Rackham in his best manner and numerous b&w drawings by Lauren Ford. Hardcover. Very good plus: scattered mild foxing to the endsheets, light flecking and some very mild wear and age-darkening to covers; interior bright and clean; in blue cloth lettered and decorated in darker blue; lacking dust jacket. 
A dreamy, poetic boy named Rex, who loves his dog Kit better than his father (but that's a secret!) stands on his balcony in the moonlight and imagines a golden-haired vision of a girl and lo! Imagina appears. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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265 Foreman, Michael TRICK A TRACKER
New York: Philomel Books, 1981. 0399208208 / 9780399208201 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in laminated, illustrated boards. No dust jacket, as issued. Quarto. 
In order to foil hunters, the animals create an ingenious device which disguises their tracks: the skate board! Picture book tale by the author/illustrator. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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266 Frazer, Lady, culled by; with drawings by H.M. Brock LEAVES FROM THE GOLDEN BOUGH
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1924. First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Mild crimp to spine crown, a few tiny dots of faint stain to front matter, mild offsetting to endsheets, internally bright and sharp, thus about near fine, in blue cloth with gilt spine stamping; in a very good dust jacket: spine-darkened, nicked, worn. 
Passages chosen by Lady Frazer from her husband's classic THE GOLDEN BOUGH, including "The Witches' Sabbath," "The Werewolves," "Binding the Wind," "Christmas and the Mistletoe," "The Jinnee of the Sea," and more. 16 full-page b&ws by Brock. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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267 Gaither, Gant, written and illustrated by SALLY SEAL: The Unexpurgated Love Life of Her Imperial Highness The Grand Duchess of Cod-Sardinska
(New York): (Ivan Obolensky, Inc.), (1964).  B0007EKD7E First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine with mild bumping to spine ends, in pictorial boards; in a price-clipped, very good plus dust jacket, showing some soiling and light age-toning, nicking at spine ends. Tall octavo. [60] pages. 
"A Children's Book for Adults Only" by the Broadway and film producer, playwright and designer, who is widely credited for discovering Grace Kelly. Inscribed, dated in the year of publication, and SIGNED by the author/illustrator. Gaither died in 2004. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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268 Gallico, Paul LUDMILA: A Legend of Liechtenstein
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1959. B0007DKH8K Reprint. Hardcover. A hint of use, a whisper of tanning to the pages, else fine, in pale blue binding with pictorial device in teal and red to front cover, teal lettering to spine; in an age-darkened, else fine illustrated dust jacket. 
The tale of an uncomely cow whose desire to be beautiful and loved sparked a miracle in dimunitive Liechtenstein and gave rise to a local legend. Small octavo. 63 pages. Illustrations by Reisie Lonette. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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269 Gallico, Paul MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO NEW YORK
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1960. 9997512685 / 9789997512680 First U.S. edition, first printing. Gilt-stamped black shelfback over grey boards with illustration of Mrs. 'Harris stamped in purple; dust jacket. Hardcover. Hint of a separation at front inner hinge, inoffensive library rubber-stamp to front free endpaper, thus near fine; in a near fine, price-clipped, age-toned, lightly worn illustrated dust jacket. 
Gallico's series character journeys to the U.S. to reunite a child with his GI father. Drawings by Mircea Vasiliu. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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270 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very good: mild splaying, owner's gift note to front endsheet, faint patch of stain to front cover; in a price-clipped, very good minus, age-darkened, edge-torn, edgeworn dust jacket with a tiny chip to upper front panel and a few dots of stain. 
"A story of a small boy in modern Assisi. He is an orphan and his love and livelihood are a donkey named Violetta. This donkey falls ill...and the boy takes the donkey into the church where the bones of St. Francis are buried."--John Betjeman. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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271 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine, in blue boards with silver debossed illustration and lettering; in a near fine, age-darkened, and very mildly edgeworn dust jacket. Small octavo. [48] pages. 
"Wholly captivating tale...the simple unadorned story of a small boy and his donkey...a singularly lovely book."--Church Times. Drawings by Edgar Norfield. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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272 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1952. 9997550994 / 9789997550996 Reprint of the U.S. edition. Illustrated by Reisie Lonette. Small octavo. [59] pages. Hardcover. Pages uniformly tanned, mild darkening to pastedowns, else fine, in full terra-cotta cloth with yellow spine lettering; in a near fine, lightly used, mildly age-darkened illustrated dust jacket. 
Tale of orphan Pepino and his donkey Violetta, originally appeared in Good Housekeeping Magazine as "Never Take No For an Answer" and filmed under the original title. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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273 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1953). Sixth impression of the U.K. edition. Hardcover. Mild bumping to corner tips, else about fine, in gilt-lettered blue cloth shelfback over turquoise pictorial boards; in a very good plus, mildly age-toned, lightly edgeworn dust jacket with a few tiny nicks and very short closed edge tears 
This example of Gallico's small miracle of a book (originally published in Good Housekeeping Magazine as "Never Take No For an Answer") has been SIGNED by the author to the front free endsheet. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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274 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1952. First U.S. edition, first printing. Illustrated by Reisie Lonette. Hardcover. Pages uniformly tanned, else fine, in full terra-cotta cloth with yellow spine lettering; in a near fine dust jacket which is age-darkened, especially to the spine panel. Small octavo. [59] pages. 
Italian orphan Pepino adores Violetta, his "dust-colored little donkey with the Mona Lisa smile." When Violetta falls ill, Pepino sets out for the Basilica of Saint Francis to ask the patron saint of animals to save his beloved friend. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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275 Gallico, Paul THE SMALL MIRACLE
London: Michael Joseph, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in blue boards with silver debossed illustration and lettering; in a price-clipped, about near fine dust jacket, with a dot of stain and mild fading to spine panel, faint soiling at the folds. Small octavo. [48] pages. 
The adventures of a little Italian boy whose donkey falls sick and seems likely to die; the boy is sure that if only he could take his friend to the tomb of St. Francis, all would be well. Drawings by Edgar Norfield. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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276 Gallico, Paul; Flammenghi, Gioia, illustrator THE DAY JEAN-PIERRE JOINED THE CIRCUS
New York: Franklin Watts, Inc., (1969). B0007H7C02 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Erasure scar and felt-pen markout to front endsheet, wear at edges of covers, thus very good plus, in full green cloth with gilt stamping; in a price-clipped, near fine dust jacket, with short tears at the folds, reinforced from the verso with cello-tape. 
In this entry in the whimsical series, Gallico's slightly magical guinea pig hero --who first appeared in THE DAY THE GUINEA PIG TALKED-- becomes a circus star. Distinguished by Flammenghi's vibrant artwork in b&w and color. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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277 Gallico, Paul; story adaptation by Edward Cunningham PAUL GALLICO'S THE SMALL MIRACLE: A Story of Faith and Love
(Kansas City, Missouri): Hallmark Crown Editions, (1973). 0875293506 / 9780875293509 First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in tan, pictorial cloth with brown lettering and illustration; in an age-toned, else fine, as-new, color photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
Photo picturebook adapted from the Hallmark Hall of Fame television presentation starring Vittorio De Sica and Raf Vallone--in turn, adapted from Gallico's tale. Lavishly illustrated in color and black-and-white from photographs by Jack Jonathan. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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278 Gannon, Jack JACK OF ALL TRADES AND MASTER OF ONE
No Place. The Arion Press, 1986. First edition, limited to 300 copies. 32mo. Hardcover. Fine in decorated boards; front cover is decorated with a Gannon woodcut from NEARER THE GRASS ROOTS. Slender, attractive tribute to the typographer/woodcut illustrator/pressman and poet who was a mainstay at the heralded Grabhorn Press. 
This engaging sampler of Gannon's typography, illustrations, poetry and letters is introduced by Oscar Lewis, with a biographical memoir by David Greenhood. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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279 Garfield, Leon JACK HOLBORN
(New York): Pantheon Books, (1965). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Very nearly fine, in a price-clipped, illustrated dust jacket that shows some edgewear and rubbing, and a sticker scar to the front flap. The evocative wraparound jacket art in hues of blue and green is by Anthony Maitland. 
The first of many juvenile adventure novels by Garfield, and a vivid Stevensonian pirate yarn, with "...murder, treachery, shipwreck, and ultimate fortune, all in the best tradition."--The Manchester Guardian. Interior b&w illustrations also by Maitland. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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280 Garis, Howard R. RICK AND RUDDY ON THE TRAIL
Springfield, Massachusetts: Milton Bradley Company, 1924. First edition. With frontis and three additional illustrations by W.B. King reproduced on coated stock inserts. Hardcover. Previous owner's signature to front endsheet, mild, nearly invisible crease to a few preliminary pages, else very nearly fine in brown, orange and black pictorial binding; lacking dust jacket. A nice copy! 
Final entry in the series chronicling the adventures of Rick and his dog Ruddy, by the prolific and versatile creator of Uncle Wiggily and Stratemeyer ghostwriter supreme, who wrote as Victor Appleton, Laura Lee Hope, Lester Chadwick and Roy Rockwood! 
Price: 45.00 USD
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