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Fables, Animals, Moralistic Tales, Children's Stories
New York, New York: Wm. H. Murphy, c1850. The third installment of "Uncle Frank's Fables for Children", published by Wm. H. Murphy in six individually published (but continuously paginated) parts. This part tells the story of The Fir and the Bramble, followed by several other short moralistic tales. Most are.....
Ron Henry, Jean Henry, Jean and Ron Henry, Pop-up, Tales from Fairyland
Great Britain: Flame Tree Publishing, 2007. The gorgeously illustrated pop-up panorama truly brings the characters and scenery to life. It is one illustration that expands over two pages depicting a gathering scene of the various fairies in the woods. There is a little story and poem that are placed within.....
Marion L. McNeil, Fern Bisel Peat
Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing Company, 1933. This books has several simple and sweet stories that all center around a grandma telling anecdotes about her life when she was young to her grandchildren. 34 pages. Each story starts the same way, with a grandchild commenting on the activity or conversation being.....
children's books, cinderella, fairy tale,
Sandusky, Ohio: The American Crayon Co., 1931, 1943. A Mary Perks Book. Board book with single color illustration. Numerous in-text silhouettes and 6 full page color illustrations by Fern Bisel Peat. 10" x 13". OCLC-2 (Aug, 2018).
animals, sliced animals, sliced book
New York, NY: Robert O Ballou, 1932. A sliced transformation book featuring ten (10) different animals, with each animal sliced into three separate flaps that allow the reader to create a variety of different animal creations. Each animal is divided into head, body and feet. The drawings themselves are done.....
New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1882. 398 pp. Cloth cover with gilt stamped images on upper cover and spine, frontispiece, printed end papers, illustrations, author's revised edition. OCLC: 4 (December 14, 2016) 7" x 5" some creasing on spine edges.