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THE LARGER BEASTS
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THE LARGER BEASTS

by Daglish, Eric Fitch

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London and Toronto: J.M. Dent and Sons Limited, 1929. Second printing. Very good minus.. Part I of Daglish's six-part series of illustrated texts on the beasts of the earth and the fowls of the air. Charming and skillful woodcut illustrations accompany Daglish's rather ungenerous assessments of the Larger Beasts, from the Wolf, "really a great coward," to the Elephant, "surely the strangest, as well as the largest, of all animals." 8'' x 7.5''. Original pictorial boards. Illustrated with black and white woodcuts throughout. 47, [1] pages. Light scuffing and toning to boards. Spine sunned, with small tears to head and lower edge. Interior pages toned, with scattered foxing and a few smudges; small tear to lower edge of title page.
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FREE SOULS

FREE SOULS

by Dahl, Mary

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1969. First Edition. Near Fine in a very good plus dust jacket.. Inscribed first edition of this juvenile novel based on the events of the Amistad. 8.5'' x 5.5''. Original black cloth binding with silver lettering and embellishment. Original unclipped ($3.50) dust jacket. Grey endpapers. Illustrated in black and white. 134 pages. Inscribed by Dahl to half title page. Jacket with some edgewear, a bit of soil. Clean and bright.
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THE WITCHES
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THE WITCHES

by Dahl, Roald; Blake, Quentin

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9780224021654 / 0224021656
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London: Jonathan Cape, 1983. First printing. Fine in a near fine jacket.. First edition of Dahl's now-classic story of a young boy and his grandmother's dealings with a gathering of fearsome witches. Twice adapted into film, Dahl's titular antagonists have become fixtures in the canon of children's story villains. Distinct in their ability to pass as ordinary women, but bald, toeless, and clawed underneath their impeccable disguises, the Witches appear here in their first and arguably most memorable visual iteration: Blake's iconic illustrations. One of the BBC's "100 most influential novels." 9.25'' x 6.25''. Original teal paper boards, gilt-lettered spine. In original unclipped (£6.50) color pictorial jacket. Illustrated throughout in black and white. 208 pages. Jacket with light wear to top edge, touch of rubbing to folds. Book with faint toning to leaves. Sharp.
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CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELEVATOR
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CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELEVATOR

by Dahl, Roald; Schindelman, Joseph

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New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1972. First edition (stated). Very good plus in near fine jacket.. First printing of the gruesome sequel to the unsettling original. In which Charlie Bucket, having won himself a Chocolate Factory in the preceding book, must leave it behind to do elevator-based space-battle with frankly horrifying creatures. Dahl, criticized by a number of earnest critics with sober concerns over his child-pleasing literary amorality in CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, went still further into nightmare realms in this later sequel. Though Dahl takes some time to launch a satirical side-attack on "Space Hotel USA," "manned by the three famous astronauts, Shuckworth, Shanks and Showler, all of them handsome, clever and brave," the book lives and dies by its Vermicious Knids, creations dredged up from the depths of the human subconscious and magnificently deployed to haunt an imaginative young reader for life. 9'' x 6''. Original quarter blue cloth with pictorial blue and beige boards. In… Read More
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CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
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CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

by Dahl, Roald; Jaques, Faith

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. First printing. Near fine.. First UK edition of the great chocolatier fantasy of desire fulfilled, a beautiful copy. Dahl's Dickensian tale of a good-hearted waif rescued from poverty by literature's most stylish factory owner, drawing powerfully on the author's remembered childhood miseries and later post-war deprivation. Charlie's wish for a Golden Ticket, more than the uncomplicated greed animating the book's less virtuous children, is an unfathomable longing for sweetness, for a taste of wonder in a grey and oppressive world. Meanwhile, Wonka's chaotic energy drives the story to its greatest heights. As the walled chocolate garden's grotesqueries reward a child-reader's basest narrative instincts, each unworthy child is punished according to his or her character and just desserts, in sequences as merciless as a medieval morality play. For these disquieting episodes, and for the sheer material lavishness of Charlie's ultimate reward, the novel was derided by… Read More
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SOMEONE LIKE YOU
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SOMEONE LIKE YOU

by Dahl, Roald

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1953. Very good plus in very good plus jacket.. Signed first edition of Dahl's Edgar Award-winning collection, including his celebrated murder-by-leg-of-lamb story "Lamb to the Slaughter," along with seventeen horrifying others. 7.25'' x 5''. Original tan and lavender cloth. In original unclipped ($3.50) dust jacket designed by Charles E. Skaggs. 359, [1] pages. Signed by Dahl on front free endpaper. Boards lightly bumped, offsetting to endpapers. Minor stain to upper edges of pages 155-158. Light edgewear, moderate toning and soil to jacket. Overall, sound.
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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH

by Dahl, Roald; Burkert, Nancy Ekholm

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1961. First issue. Near fine in very good plus jacket.. Signed first edition of one of Dahl's best children's books: characteristically bizarre, wicked, and heart-warming. When Dahl published his first book for children with Disney, GREMLINS (1943), he believed it was a happy one-off and focused instead on developing his career as a writer for adults. Nearly two decades later, Dahl published JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH as his second children's book, finally moving into the field where his writing would develop into a powerful legacy. The darkness of Dahl's worlds for children have often been objected to by adults - this book regularly features on lists of banned or challenged books in American libraries - but for many children, it is the spark of fantasy within bleak settings that appeals to the imagination without becoming saccharine: Tim Burton famously told Dahl's widow he wanted to turn JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH into a film because "it's the only book that ever gave me… Read More
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OVER TO YOU
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OVER TO YOU

by Dahl, Roald

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New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946. First printing. Near fine in very good plus jacket.. First edition of Dahl's collected World War II-era stories about flying, drawn from his own experiences as a wing commander in Royal Air Force. Though a British citizen and member of the Royal Air Force, Dahl first found success as a writer in the United States, where he was sent for office duty after being injured in a flight over the Sahara. In the States he became friends with C.S. Forester, who encouraged him to "write a story based upon his experiences" (rear flap). This led to the publication in the SATURDAY EVENING POST of "A Piece of Cake" (1942), which appears here for the first time in book form, along with nine other semi-autobiographical wartime stories. Dahl's reputation as a children's book writer would only come after "A Piece of Cake" with the publication of GREMLINS (1943), about fairy creatures who playfully wreak havoc with plane mechanics. This American edition precedes the UK edition. 7.5''… Read More
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MATILDA
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MATILDA

by Dahl, Roald

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(New York): Viking Kestrel, 1988. Fine in fine jacket.. Lovely first US edition of Dahl's novel, still beloved by contemporary children and nostalgic adults alike. A model for child prodigies, a wistful dream for harried schoolteachers, a perfect librarian's pet and the avenging angel of the elementary grades - Matilda Wormwood is an icon. Like all of Dahl's books, MATILDA pops at the seams with fury and spite, and like his best books, it is furious and spiteful about the right things: hateful parents, abuse of authority, all the petty cruelties and humiliations of childhood. It is an explicitly pro-book-reading text, and what it is for goes hand in hand with what it is against: repression, injustice, and television, television, television. Despite all that rage, on the page and essentially inseparable from the page, the inscrutable operations of Nemesis posthumously rewarded the famously adaptation-hating author with not one but two highly successful adaptations of his last great work for those who… Read More
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THE BFG
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THE BFG

by Dahl, Roald

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London: Jonathan Cape, 1982. First printing. Near fine in near fine jacket.. First edition of Dahl's beloved story of a giant both Big and Friendly, who steals young Sophie out the window of her orphanage and whisks her away to the land of Giants to invent idioms at her and show off his dream collection. Ably illustrated by Quentin Blake, Dahl's frequent collaborator, whose frenetic gestural drawings quiver with life and indelibly define the characters. 9'' x 5.75''. Original grey cloth boards with gilt-stamped spine. In original unclipped (£6.50) pictorial dust jacket, illustrated by Quentin Blake. 224 pages. Some toning to extremities. Touches of shelfwear here and there. Else clean and sound.
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CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
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CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

by Dahl, Roald

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. First issue. Near fine in near fine jacket.. First edition, in the first issue dust jacket, of the great chocolatier fantasy of desire fulfilled, a beautiful copy. Dahl's Dickensian tale of a good-hearted waif rescued from poverty by literature's most stylish factory owner, drawing powerfully on the author's remembered childhood miseries and later post-war deprivation. Charlie's wish for a Golden Ticket, more than the uncomplicated greed animating the book's less virtuous children, is an unfathomable longing for sweetness, for a taste of wonder in a grey and oppressive world. Meanwhile, Wonka's chaotic energy drives the story to its greatest heights. As the walled chocolate garden's grotesqueries reward a child-reader's basest narrative instincts, each unworthy child is punished according to his or her character and just desserts, in sequences as merciless as a medieval morality play. For these disquieting episodes, and for the sheer material lavishness of… Read More
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THE WAY UP TO HEAVEN
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THE WAY UP TO HEAVEN

by Dahl, Roald

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(Logan, IA): The Perfection Form Company, 1979. Near fine.. Scarce student edition of the classic Dahl revenge fantasy, issued with helpful discussion prompts and vocabulary exercises for use by Language Arts educators interested in inspiring their timid pupils to their own awful acts of vengeance. THE WAY UP TO HEAVEN was originally published in THE NEW YORKER and collected in the payback-themed KISS KISS; it stands out even in that excellent company for the excruciation of its tension and the perfection of its release. This edition was produced by Iowa educational and test publishers The Perfection Form Company (now Perfection Learning) and includes a handy multiple-choice test for comprehension: Is the story's theme "People who push other people around deserve to die," "Corner a mouse and you'll find a tiger," or "Elevators are dangerous"? All of the above, probably. 7.5'' x 5''. Original saddle-stapled wrappers. [1], 29 pages. Minor edgewear, toning to wrappers.
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THE BFG
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THE BFG

by Dahl, Roald

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New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1982. First edition. Fine in a fine slipcase.. Deluxe limited first US edition of this Dahl classic, signed by both the author and illustrator. Dahl's beloved story of a giant both Big and Friendly, who steals young Sophie out the window of her orphanage and whisks her away to the land of Giants to invent idioms at her and show off his dream collection. Ably illustrated by Quentin Blake, Dahl's frequent collaborator, whose frenetic gestural drawings quiver with life and indelibly define the characters. After CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, one of Dahl's best and most beloved titles. This signed limited edition, which has no UK equivalent, is increasingly scarce on the market. 9'' x 5.75''. Original red publisher's cloth with gilt titles. In original blue-grey slipcase. x, 222 pages. Limited edition, one of 300 numbered copies, this #208, signed by both Dahl and Blake to the limitation page. Clean, sharp, and bright throughout.
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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH

by Dahl, Roald; Simeon, Michael

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London: George Allen & Unwin, 1967. First printing. Near fine.. First UK edition of Dahl's escapist fruit adventure - a beautiful copy. Originally published in the U.S. in 1961 and newly illustrated by Simeon for this first British edition, JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH was described in Allen & Unwin's foreword as Dahl's "first book for children" (somewhat accurate, if one disregards his earlier THE GREMLINS (1943), originally intended as the basis for a Disney film). Dahl's genius as a writer for all age groups lies in his refusal to strip his children's books of the pure, unadulterated nastiness at the core of his most memorable adult short stories; sex is absent, but the vulgarity and meanness in the darkness of the human heart is, if anything, greater and more fearsome here: for Dahl, hatred of injustice is born early in a child's spirit and festers until it finds some awful, Aunt-crushing catharsis. The gruesome revenges taken by the weak upon the strong are correspondingly satisfying, unfettered… Read More
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KISS KISS [Parson's Pleasure]
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KISS KISS [Parson's Pleasure]

by Dahl, Roald

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(New York): (Alfred A. Knopf), 1960. Fine.. Uncommon edition of "Parson's Pleasure," a satisfying short story of a dishonest antiques dealer too clever for himself, from Dahl's KISS KISS collection. Perhaps a piracy, the rear cover notes "Arlene Noble / Fine Quality Staffordshire." Noble was a noted collector and dealer of various Staffordshire keepsakes and may have been attracted to this tale of an antiques dealer. Unusual. 8.5'' x 5.5''. Original spiral-bound tan printed wrappers. [74-108] pages. Minor soil to wrappers, toning to interior.
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THE TWITS
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THE TWITS

by Dahl, Roald; Blake, Quentin

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New York: Knopf, 1981. First printing. Near fine in a very good plus.. First US edition of Dahl's novella about a married couple that's nasty inside and out - said to have been inspired by Dahl's dislike of beards. 9'' x 6.25''. Original quarter cloth paper boards with metallic purple lettering to front board and spine. In original, unclipped ($6.95) pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated throughout in black and white. [8], 80 pages. Jacket with light shelfwear, toning to verso. Book with trace edgewear. Interior crisp, tight.
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LES DÎNERS DE GALA
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LES DÎNERS DE GALA

by Dalí, Salvadore; Moore, J. Peter

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New York: Felicie, Inc, 1973. First printing. Fine in near fine jacket.. First edition of this fantastic and fantastical cookbook of the many dishes that graced the table of Dalí and his wife Gala, illustrated with incredible surrealist collages and photographs. From hors-d'œuvres ("délices petits martyrs") to aphrodisiacs ("je mange GALA"), and from Hieronymous Bosch to melting clocks, LES DÎNERS DE GALA is a fabulously surreal culinary adventure. "[E]laborated with great precision by a 'chef' wishing to remain in the most secret anonymity" (colophon), this large cookbook features recipes from Lasserre, Maxim's, la Tour d'Argent, and le Buffet de la gare de Lyon, many of which featured in Dalí and Gala's extravagant dinner parties. A classic culinary book from one of the 20th century's most iconic and recognizable artists. 12'' x 8.25''. Original color cloth boards. Original unclipped (no price, as issued) stiff color pictorial dust jacket with metallic elements. Color pictorial endpapers of… Read More
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WINGS AROUND SOUTH AMERICA
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WINGS AROUND SOUTH AMERICA

by Dalgliesh, Alice; Milhous, Katherine

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1941. Very good plus.. First edition, first printing of this first hand account of the people and cultures from the time when both Dalgliesh and Milhous visited the South American countries. This copy was once in the inventory of Aleph-Bet Books, and the description uses their images; if you would like further photos of the book, please contact us. 9.5'' x 7''. Original cloth. Slight fading on covers. In original, soiled dust jacket. Illustrated with beautiful full page color illustrations plus black and whites by Katherine Milhous. Laid in is an interesting card from Dalgliesh: "It was so nice of you to write about the Author's Award dinner, and I was most interested. I'm glad Scott O'Dell got the award - and the others too. Of course I'm most of all pleased about Leo [Politi] - especially as Moy Moy was the last book I worked on with him. Last night I had dinner with May Massee, and she was very pleased about the Buffs. I wonder what Frances thought about… Read More
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ADAM AND THE GOLDEN COCK
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ADAM AND THE GOLDEN COCK

by Dalgliesh, Alice; Weisgard, Leonard

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1959. First edition. Fine in near-fine jacket.. First printing, set in Connecticut during the American Revolution, featuring Weisgard's gorgeous two-tone illustrations. 8'' x 5.75''. Original grey cloth with orange rooster design. In original unclipped ($2.50) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated by Weisgard throughout, with many full page. 64 pages. Jacket with light toning and faint rubbing, spot of edgewear at top of front panel.
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ADAM AND THE GOLDEN COCK
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ADAM AND THE GOLDEN COCK

by Dalgliesh, Alice; Weisgard, Leonard

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1959. First edition. Fine in very good jacket.. First printing, set in Connecticut during the American Revolution, signed by Weisgard with a simple ink sketch of the titular rooster. 8'' x 5.75''. Original grey cloth with orange rooster design. In original color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated by Weisgard with gorgeous two-toned illustrations, many full page. 64 pages. Signed by Weisgard with a sketch in pen. Jacket with some shallow chips and closed tears.
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