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  • 1906 IL GIORNALINO DELLA DOMENICA Rare ITALIAN CHILDREN'S MAGAZINE - Issue No. 2 1906 IL GIORNALINO DELLA DOMENICA Rare ITALIAN CHILDREN'S MAGAZINE - Issue No. 2

    IL GIORNALINO DELLA DOMENICA. Vamba, Luigi Bertelli, 1906. Anno 1, N.2. Luglio (July) 1906. (Rare Second Issue of this Publication.) Important and Influential Early Italian Children's Magazine. Text in Italian. Thin magazine, covers illustrated in color, inner pages in b&w, side stapled (single, large staple in the middle of the spine fold), 8"x11", 17 numbered pages plus 3 pages of ads (2 at the front, 1 at the rear). TEXT IN ITALIAN. GOOD condition. There is a vertical crease down the middle from where the issue was probably folded in half, perhaps to fit in a pocket; there is some edge creasing and wear including a few small closed tears; the inner pages and rear cover have toned; still a…

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    IL GIORNALINO DELLA DOMENICA. Vamba, Luigi Bertelli, 1906. Anno 1, N.2. Luglio (July) 1906. (Rare Second Issue of this Publication.) Important and Influential Early Italian Children's Magazine. Text in Italian. Thin magazine, covers illustrated in color, inner pages in b&w, side stapled (single, large staple in the middle of the spine fold), 8"x11", 17 numbered pages plus 3 pages of ads (2 at the front, 1 at the rear). TEXT IN ITALIAN. GOOD condition. There is a vertical crease down the middle from where the issue was probably folded in half, perhaps to fit in a pocket; there is some edge creasing and wear including a few small closed tears; the inner pages and rear cover have toned; still a solid, complete, clean copy. SCARCE SECOND NUMBER of this ITALIAN CHILDREN'S JOURNAL. From Wikipedia: ******IL GIORNALINO DELLA DOMENICA was 'the prototype of the modern periodical for children in Italy'. The magazine which was a high-quality publication was published between 1906 and 1927. Founded in 1906 in Florence by 'Vamba', a pseudonym of the journalist Luigi Bertelli (1858 - 1920). Il giornalino della Domenica adopted an avant-garde style and a tone markedly patriotic and irredentist. Publication was initially weekly and its cover price of 25 centesimi made it distinctly more expensive than its rival the Corriere dei Piccoli which was launched two years later. IL GIORNALINO DELLA DOMENICA targeted urban middle-class children. Its goal was not teach them to write or read, but to recognize their fantasies and desires through stories, poems and essays. Contributors included many of the most prominent Italian writers of the period as well as leading exponents of the graphic arts. Letters and other contributions from its young readers were also sought; those who responded included the daughters of Italo Svevo and Benito Mussolini. The magazine ceased publication in 1927.******

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  • 1915 THE SUNBONNET BABIES IN HOLLAND, by EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER **SIGNED & INSCRIBED** First Edition by EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER 1915 THE SUNBONNET BABIES IN HOLLAND, by EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER **SIGNED & INSCRIBED** First Edition
    EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER

    THE SUNBONNET BABIES IN HOLLAND : A Second Reader. By EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER. Illustrated by Bertha Corbett Melcher. SIGNED, INSCRIBED and DATED by the AUTHOR in FRENCH on a blank prelim: "A une chère petite amie. Avec mes bons voeux de Nouvelle Année. / 1918 / E. G. / 13 Janvier". (To a dear little girl friend. With my best wishes for the New Year / 1918 / E. G. (Eulalie Grover signed with her initials) / January 13.) The leaf on which the inscription is written is disbound, it has neatly torn away from the spine edge. It matches perfectly with the edge where it became disbound. It has a 1 inch closed tear starting at the top edge,…

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    THE SUNBONNET BABIES IN HOLLAND : A Second Reader. By EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER. Illustrated by Bertha Corbett Melcher. SIGNED, INSCRIBED and DATED by the AUTHOR in FRENCH on a blank prelim: "A une chère petite amie. Avec mes bons voeux de Nouvelle Année. / 1918 / E. G. / 13 Janvier". (To a dear little girl friend. With my best wishes for the New Year / 1918 / E. G. (Eulalie Grover signed with her initials) / January 13.) The leaf on which the inscription is written is disbound, it has neatly torn away from the spine edge. It matches perfectly with the edge where it became disbound. It has a 1 inch closed tear starting at the top edge, not affecting text. The tear is tape repaired on the backside. (The closed tear does not show up in the photos, but it is there.) The leaf is rather fragile and is now housed in a plastic sleeve, for protection. Published by Rand McNally & Company, Chicago, 1915. First Edition, First Printing, with the date 1915 on the copyright page with no indication of additional printings. Hardcover Book, 6x7.5 inches, 150 pages. Illustrated throughout with lovely color drawings. GOOD condition. The front cover has a 3 inch thin bubble line, and a bump to its top edge; the rear cover has soiling and its upper front corner is bumped; nonetheless the covers are bright and doing their job well. The front and rear endpapers are toned; the page with the inscription is toned, disbound (as noted above), has a 1 inch closed tear starting at its top edge, and has tape to its upper corner on the written side and a couple strips of tape on its blank verso; pages 62 to 92 are creased at their upper edge; overall a nice copy that is bright, clean, and clear. RARE with the lovely HANDWRITTEN INSCRIPTION of EULALIE GROVER. About EULALIE OSGOOD GROVER (from the University of Pennsylvania website): ******Eulalie Osgood Grover was born on June 22, 1873 in Mantorville, Minnesota. She authored the SUNBONNET BABIES series, starting with The Sunbonnet Babies Primer, which was published in 1902. The books were based around a 150 word vocabulary and included songs which were used in schools throughout the United States. Her illustrator for the Sunbonnet series, Bertha L. Corbett, later Bertha Corbett Melcher, studied in Philadelphia under Howard Pyle. In 1905, Grover wrote a second series,

    The Overall Boys. She published twenty-seven books, including

    SUNBONNET BABIES IN HOLLAND (1915) and The Overall Boys in Switzerland (1916), drawing from her travels in Europe. These books were used by second and third grade students as geography textbooks. She also edited a book of nursery rhymes, Mother Goose: The Original Volland Edition (1915). She died in Winter Park, Florida on December 18, 1958.******

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  • 1928 A FAIRY TO STAY - Rare TRUE FIRST EDITION - Illustrated Children's Book by Margaret Beatrice Lodge 1928 A FAIRY TO STAY - Rare TRUE FIRST EDITION - Illustrated Children's Book
    Margaret Beatrice Lodge

    A FAIRY TO STAY, by Margaret Beatrice Lodge. Illustrated by A. H. Watson (Alice Helena Watson).

    Published by Oxford University Press / Humphrey Milford, London, 1928. TRUE FIRST EDITION, with the statement: "Printed 1928 in Great Britain at the University Press, Oxford, by John Johnson", and with no indication of additional printings.

    (WorldCat shows only six holdings of the 1928 edition, including one in the Victoria & Albert Museum. It also states that there were 6 editions published between 1928 and 1929. Any copy with a 1929 date, or a statement of a second or later printing, is a reprint, not a true first edition.)

    Hardcovers, robin-egg-blue covered boards, dark-blue and orange lettering and designs on the front cover…

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    A FAIRY TO STAY, by Margaret Beatrice Lodge. Illustrated by A. H. Watson (Alice Helena Watson).

    Published by Oxford University Press / Humphrey Milford, London, 1928. TRUE FIRST EDITION, with the statement: "Printed 1928 in Great Britain at the University Press, Oxford, by John Johnson", and with no indication of additional printings.

    (WorldCat shows only six holdings of the 1928 edition, including one in the Victoria & Albert Museum. It also states that there were 6 editions published between 1928 and 1929. Any copy with a 1929 date, or a statement of a second or later printing, is a reprint, not a true first edition.)

    Hardcovers, robin-egg-blue covered boards, dark-blue and orange lettering and designs on the front cover and spine, 5.5x8 inches, 159 pages + 9 unnumbered plates.

    ILLUSTRATED with 9 PLATES, a frontispiece plate in full color and 8 black and tan plates throughout.

    GOOD condition: The covers are lightly soiled, have a bit of wear to the corner tips and spine ends, and the rear cover has some light stains including one that looks like the circular bottom of a tea cup; overall the covers are sturdy and attractive. The page edges (page edges of the closed book) have some foxing. Internally, there is some foxing and small age spots here and there, and there is a half-quarter size stain to the top blank margin of page 15, otherwise the inner pages are tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, presentable copy.

    RARE 1928 FIRST EDITION of A FAIRY TO STAY.

    About the Book (from the Publisher):

    ******Pamela Perry lived with her elderly aunts because her mother had died and her father was working in East Africa. Pamela thought it was nicer when she was little and had a nurse to play with her and tell her stories, but Nurse left to get married and Pamela was now alone with the Aunts. The Aunts were very strict and decided that Pamela would be taught by them at home, instead of going to school. Lessons weren't very interesting. The Aunts decided that Pamela would grow her hair in a long braid, and all the other girls Pamela saw had short hair. One day, after Aunt Isabella found Pamela reading a book of fairy tales before her math lesson, Aunt Isabella declared Pamela was too old for such books and took it away. That day, Pamela cut her braid off with the Aunts' scissors. In disgrace, she was sent to the garden. There, once she had finished crying, she met a real fairy, and Pamela's life began to change.******

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  • 1929 BURLINGAME, California, PERSHING GRAMMAR SCHOOL Kindergarten Class FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH Cute Kindergartners 1929 BURLINGAME, California, PERSHING GRAMMAR SCHOOL Kindergarten Class FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH Cute Kindergartners

    1929 8x10 framed photograph of a Kindergarten class at PERSHING GRAMMAR SCHOOL,

    BURLINGAME CALIFORNIA. There is a sign in the photograph that reads PERSHING / GRAMMAR SCHOOL / BURLINGAME, CALIF. / SEPTEMBER 1929 / KINDERGARTEN. There is a 2x5 inch photograph of the school building inset on the larger photograph of the kindergarten class. September 1929. One month before the great stock market crash and the beginning of the great depression. Oh my. Very cute photo in a simple frame with glass front and cardboard backing. All the little girls have haircuts like Scout in the film To Kill a Mockingbird. Photo is fading in some areas, overall still bright and clear.

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  • 1960 ARCHIVE related to a Book PRINTED BY LAWTON KENNEDY, PRINTER for the HOHFELD FAMILY of SAN FRANCISCO with TWO HAND-DRAWN HAND-ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, Letters, and Ephemera by Lillian Devendorf Hohfeld, Jane Hohfeld Galante 1960 ARCHIVE related to a Book PRINTED BY LAWTON KENNEDY, PRINTER for the HOHFELD FAMILY of SAN FRANCISCO with TWO HAND-DRAWN HAND-ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, Letters, and Ephemera
    Lillian Devendorf Hohfeld, Jane Hohfeld Galante

    Archive Related to a Privately Published Book that was designed and printed by San Francisco Fine Printer Lawton Kennedy titled THE SINGINGS AND SAYINGS OF PATTY JANE - Two to Six Years Old.

    The printing of the book was privately commissioned by the HOHFELD FAMILY, a prominent San Francisco family, and was published by the Hohfelds as a gift to be sent to family and friends. It consists of a collection of sayings, songs and poetry uttered by Jane Hohfeld Galante, as a child in San Francisco in the late 1920s and early 1930s, collected by her mother. Jane went on to become a leading Bay Area chamber musician and philanthropist. The book itself was printed by Lawton Kennedy in…

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    Archive Related to a Privately Published Book that was designed and printed by San Francisco Fine Printer Lawton Kennedy titled THE SINGINGS AND SAYINGS OF PATTY JANE - Two to Six Years Old.

    The printing of the book was privately commissioned by the HOHFELD FAMILY, a prominent San Francisco family, and was published by the Hohfelds as a gift to be sent to family and friends. It consists of a collection of sayings, songs and poetry uttered by Jane Hohfeld Galante, as a child in San Francisco in the late 1920s and early 1930s, collected by her mother. Jane went on to become a leading Bay Area chamber musician and philanthropist. The book itself was printed by Lawton Kennedy in a very limited number and is quite scarce.

    This small archive contains the book, letters and ephemera related to the book, and a pair of illustrated manuscript books upon which the printed book was based. Includes:

    1) The Singings and Sayings of Patty Jane Two to Six Years Old. Said and Sung by Jane Hohfeld Galante, Written Down By Her Mother Lillian Devendorf Hohfeld. Drawn and Hand Colored by Alice Wilkins Neilson.

    Designed and Printed by [Lawton Kennedy], San Francisco, 1960.

    Hardcovers, plain cloth covered boards, 6.5x10 inches, 49 unnumbered pages.

    GOOD condition: Offsetting and a couple small damp stains to covers, fraying to cloth along edges.

    2) Two HAND DRAWN and HAND COLORED manuscript books by Alice Wilkins Neilson, pairing sayings by a young Jane Hohfeld with original drawings. These appear to have been the manuscripts that formed the basis of Lawton Kennedy's published book.

    "Patty Jane Hohfeld Age Three Years" and "Patty Jane Hohfeld Age Four Years." [San Francisco]: Circa 1960. 8vos, 20pp and 26pp, string bound.

    GOOD condition: Small tears along spine, toning and creasing to wrappers. UNIQUE and QUITE LOVELY.

    3) Eight handwritten letters addressed to Jane and her mother in the early 1960s, from friends who had received the book, congratulating the authors and praising the book. These Include:

    A SIGNED handwritten note from Mr. and Mrs. LAWTON KENNEDY on their personal notecard, enclosing a small hand drawn music score which was published as a drawing in the book.

    A SIGNED handwritten letter from ALBERT ELKUS, a well known Bay Area composer and pianist.

    A SIGNED handwritten two page letter from CONRAD BECK, a Swiss composer. The letter is written in French.

    A letter with a drawing from Ruth Tooze, an author; a letter from Mrs. Leonard Bacon, widow of the Pulitzer Prize winning poet from Rhode Island, and more.

    The letters are in generally GOOD condition, some creases and bends, but all are clear, clean and fully legible

    4) A handwritten list of 65 friends to whom the book was sent, on Jane Hohfeld's personal stationery

    5) A photograph of Jane, several pages of poems, (some by Jane), a get well soon card, and two articles from a magazine on the work of Lawton Kennedy.

    RARE small archive relating to Lawton Kennedy, the Hohfeld Family, and Jane Hohfeld Galante. Especially interesting with the TWO LOVELY ILLUSTRATED MANUSCRIPT BOOKS and the SIGNED HANDWRITTEN LETTERS from Composers.

    About LAWTON KENNEDY (from the Online of California website):

    ******Lawton Kennedy, b.1900 d.1980, developed an interest in printing at an early age. He started working full time as a teenager and soon became recognized as an exceptional pressman. He worked for several well known Bay Area printers including John Henry Nash, Johnck & Seeger, Jane Grabhorn's Colt Press and Albert Sperisen's Black Vine Press. For about seven years, he and Alfred operated Westgate Press in Oakland. In 1952, he moved to San Francisco and established Lawton Kennedy, Printer. Over the years, he printed many books and a wide variety of ephemeral material.******

    You can read about Jane Hohfeld Galante at various places on the Internet, and about the composers Conrad Beck and Albert Elkus on Wikipedia.

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  • 1960 DOCTORAL THESIS in EDUCATION at UC Berkeley TEACHING KINDERGARDEN CHILDREN using CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS by Jack Durio Hoag 1960 DOCTORAL THESIS in EDUCATION at UC Berkeley TEACHING KINDERGARDEN CHILDREN using CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
    Jack Durio Hoag

    OBSERVATIONAL STUDY of a KINDERGARTEN GROUP USING CONSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, by Jack Durio Hoag, M.F.A. California College of Arts and Crafts 1954; M.A. University of California, 1958. DISSERTATION for the degree of DOCTOR OF EDUCATION in the GRADUATE DIVISION of the UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA (Berkeley). Hardcovers, paper title label on spine, inner pages are typed carbon copies and pages with pasted on photographs with typed annotations pasted on beside them. 136 total pages, printed on one side only; 26 have pasted on photographs and annotations. VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, still tight, bright, clean and clear. A UNIQUE U.C. BERKELEY DOCTORAL THESIS IN EDUCATION. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is somewhat large and heavy, and will require additional shipping…

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    OBSERVATIONAL STUDY of a KINDERGARTEN GROUP USING CONSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, by Jack Durio Hoag, M.F.A. California College of Arts and Crafts 1954; M.A. University of California, 1958. DISSERTATION for the degree of DOCTOR OF EDUCATION in the GRADUATE DIVISION of the UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA (Berkeley). Hardcovers, paper title label on spine, inner pages are typed carbon copies and pages with pasted on photographs with typed annotations pasted on beside them. 136 total pages, printed on one side only; 26 have pasted on photographs and annotations. VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, still tight, bright, clean and clear. A UNIQUE U.C. BERKELEY DOCTORAL THESIS IN EDUCATION. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is somewhat large and heavy, and will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1971 TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER LARGE COLOR MOVIE POSTER with DANCERS of the ROYAL BALLET by BEATRIX POTTER 1971 TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER LARGE COLOR MOVIE POSTER with DANCERS of the ROYAL BALLET
    BEATRIX POTTER

    TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER - Rare POSTER for the EMI FILM starring the DANCERS of the ROYAL BALLET. The poster is 39.5" x 30" oblong. GOOD PLUS Condition: The poster has been FOLDED to a manageable size, creating several HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL FOLDS; there is some light edgewear; someone has written "BEATRIX POTTER" in ink on the blank backside; otherwise bright and clear. Will be shipped folded, as was its stored state. About the 1971 Film TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER (from Wikipedia): ******The Tales of Beatrix Potter is a 1971 ballet film based on the children's stories of English author and illustrator Beatrix Potter. The film was directed by Reginald Mills, choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton (who danced the role…

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    TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER - Rare POSTER for the EMI FILM starring the DANCERS of the ROYAL BALLET. The poster is 39.5" x 30" oblong. GOOD PLUS Condition: The poster has been FOLDED to a manageable size, creating several HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL FOLDS; there is some light edgewear; someone has written "BEATRIX POTTER" in ink on the blank backside; otherwise bright and clear. Will be shipped folded, as was its stored state. About the 1971 Film TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER (from Wikipedia): ******The Tales of Beatrix Potter is a 1971 ballet film based on the children's stories of English author and illustrator Beatrix Potter. The film was directed by Reginald Mills, choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton (who danced the role of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle), and featured dancers from the Royal Ballet. The musical score was arranged by John Lanchbery from various sources such as the operas of Michael Balfe and of Sir Arthur Sullivan, and performed by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Tales of Beatrix Potter is the only feature film directed by Mills, who is best remembered as a film editor. Mills had edited The Red Shoes (1948) and other films directed and produced by Powell and Pressburger which incorporating ballet. The film was given the go ahead by Bryan Forbes during his period as head of production at EMI Films. He recalled that the EMI Board were not enthusiastic, and Nat Cohen had never heard of Beatrix Potter, but he had complete artistic control for any movie made with a budget under £1 million so could gain approval easily. The film was one of the most successful of the Forbes regime at EMI Films. A 1971 review by Roger Ebert was favorable: "The stories are told simply and directly and with a certain almost clumsy charm. Instead of going for perfection in the dancing, the Royal Ballet dancers have gone for characterizations instead. The various animals have their quirks and eccentricities, and they are fairly authentic: The frog dances like a frog, for example, and not like Nureyev." Anthony Nield wrote in 2011, "Tales of Beatrix Potter is one of British cinema's true one-offs, a film quite unlike any other. Ostensibly aimed at children, this adaptation of Potter's various animal-centric stories was mounted by the Royal Ballet and choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton. The tales are rendered as a series of dances, loosely interconnected by the author as a young girl (played by Erin Geraghty) and her active imagination. There are no words, only music and movement as the performers of the Royal Ballet - in full animal costume - interpret her stories' simple narratives." The film's designer, Christine Edzard, was nominated for BAFTA awards for Best Art Direction and for Best Costume Design.******

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  • FORCE YOUR LITTLE GIRL TO BE A SEXY STARLET!!! Stars of Tomorrow Magazine 1953 FORCE YOUR LITTLE GIRL TO BE A SEXY STARLET!!! Stars of Tomorrow Magazine 1953

    What a Cover, what a shame, really, you want this to be your little girl? STARS OF TOMORROW magazine. May 1953. "This magazine is devoted to the cause of promoting juvenile cultural development". (Yeah, right). Published by Stars of Tomorrow, Los Angeles, 1953. Illustrated paper covers, side stapled, 8.5x11 inches, 32 pages including covers. GOOD condition, the front cover has scrapes at the bottom margin and a closed tear to the front edge, the rear cover is toned at the margins, internally tight, bright, clean and unmarked. The cover is the issue's best and most disturbing feature.

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  • JOHN CIARDI - SIGNED & INSCRIBED - POETRY PICTURE BOOK - FIDDLER DAN First Edition 1963 by John Ciardi JOHN CIARDI - SIGNED & INSCRIBED - POETRY PICTURE BOOK - FIDDLER DAN First Edition 1963
    John Ciardi

    JOHN J. PLENTY AND FIDDLER DAN: A NEW FABLE of the GRASSHOPPER and the ANT, by JOHN CIARDI. A Children's Illustrated Book with Poetry Text. Poetry by JOHN CIARDI. Illustrations by MADELEINE GEKIERE. Wonderfully SIGNED and INSCRIBED by JOHN CIARDI on the front free-endpaper: "for Cindy Alder / with not much (?) by John J., / but with all happy wishes from / Fiddler Dan and from / John Ciardi (signed)". Published by Lippincott, Philadelphia and New York, 1963. First Edition, with the date 1963 on the copyright page with no indication of additional printings. Large format hardcover children's book in dustjacket, printed boards, 7.5" x 11", 38 unnumbered pages. Bound in Lippincott Longlife Binding (a sturdy binding). Condition: VERY…

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    JOHN J. PLENTY AND FIDDLER DAN: A NEW FABLE of the GRASSHOPPER and the ANT, by JOHN CIARDI. A Children's Illustrated Book with Poetry Text. Poetry by JOHN CIARDI. Illustrations by MADELEINE GEKIERE. Wonderfully SIGNED and INSCRIBED by JOHN CIARDI on the front free-endpaper: "for Cindy Alder / with not much (?) by John J., / but with all happy wishes from / Fiddler Dan and from / John Ciardi (signed)". Published by Lippincott, Philadelphia and New York, 1963. First Edition, with the date 1963 on the copyright page with no indication of additional printings. Large format hardcover children's book in dustjacket, printed boards, 7.5" x 11", 38 unnumbered pages. Bound in Lippincott Longlife Binding (a sturdy binding). Condition: VERY GOOD BOOK, the bottom front cover corner is bumped, otherwise the book is tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in an only FAIR price-clipped DUSTJACKET that has pieces missing at the top of the spine, is worn with some tearing at its corners, is scraped at the edges and folds, and has clipped flap corners; nonetheless the dj is still doing its job well and the front cover is bright and clear.

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  • Vintage CHILDREN'S PLAY STRUCTURES & ADVENTURE AREAS - Way Too Fun to be Safe!!! by Marguerite Rouard and Jacques Simon Vintage CHILDREN'S PLAY STRUCTURES & ADVENTURE AREAS - Way Too Fun to be Safe!!!
    Marguerite Rouard and Jacques Simon

    CHILDREN'S PLAY SPACES : From Sandbox to Adventure Playground, by Marguerite Rouard and Jacques Simon. Published by the Overlook Press, Woodstock, New York, 1977. First American Edition (first published in Stuttgart, Germany, 1976). Hardcover book in dustjacket, 8.5x11 inches oblong, 156 pages. Illustrated throughout with b&w photographs and some architectural drawings. Condition: VERY GOOD book, just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a GOOD dustjacket that has some rubbing and light soiling, still bright and doing its job well. A solid, nice copy. I want to play on those structures!

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