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T IS FOR TRESPASS
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T IS FOR TRESPASS

by Grafton, Sue

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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2007. Fine in fine dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this 20th novel in the Alphabet Mystery series, alternating between the point of view of Kinsey Millhone - on the case of potential insurance fraud and a con-artist - and said con-artist, a sociopath known for taking advantage of the elderly. The success of the Kinsey Millhone books inspired a generation of writers to create their own casually badass heroines, to the delight of millions of readers. 9'' x 5.75''. Original boards. Original unclipped ($26.95) color pictorial dust jacket. 388 pages. Signed by Grafton to title page. Jacket with a hint of edgewear. Sharp.
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TAASH AND THE JESTERS
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TAASH AND THE JESTERS

by McKenzie, Ellen Kindt

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New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1992. Fine in fine jacket.. Reissue of the classic 1968 young adult fantasy, in the uncommon dust jacket; McKenzie was an accomplished musician and the author of eight other children's books written between the 1960s and the 1990s. 8.25'' x 5.25''. Original quarter violet cloth with red boards. In original unclipped ($15.95) pictorial dust jacket by Robert Bender.
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TADAO ANDO: Complete Works
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TADAO ANDO: Complete Works

by Ando, Tadao; Dal Co, Francesco

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(London): Phaidon, 2000. Near fine.. Later printing of this complete collection of Ando's works, including designs, sketches, and photographs- as well as a selection of his writings. 9.5'' x 8.5''. Original tan typographic wrappers with embossed title on front and back cover. Illustrated throughout in black-and-white and color. 524 pages. Faint rubbing and edgewear to wrappers. Touch of soil to first leaf. Sound.
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TAI CHI MORNING: Snapshots of China
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TAI CHI MORNING: Snapshots of China

by Grimes, Nikki; Young, Ed

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Chicago: Cricket Books, 2004. Fine in fine jacket.. First edition of this collaboration between the noted children's poet and the Caldecott Award-winning illustrator, based on both artists' individual trips to China. 8'' x 6''. Original yellow and cream cloth with gilt-lettered spine. In original unclipped ($15.95) dust jacket designed by Anthony Jacobson. 51, [1] pages. Signed by Young on title page. Minor edgewear.
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THE TALE OF TIMMY TIPTOES
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THE TALE OF TIMMY TIPTOES

by Potter, Beatrix

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London: Frederick Warne and Co, 1911. Near fine.. First edition of Potter's story of a squirrel and chipmunk friendship, unusual in Potter's work for its North American setting. For this tale, Potter chose to tell the story of animals indigenous to North America, including grey squirrels, chipmunks, and the American black bear. She hoped to "appeal more to her growing American audience" (Kutzer) with the story, but the decision presented practical difficulties: she had to draw the animals from photos and illustrations, rather than from life. 5.75'' x 4.25''. Original dark green boards with pictorial paste-on. Illustrated with color frontispiece plus 26 color plates and pictorial endpapers (plate X, Quinby 20). 84, [2] pages. Slightest of finger soil, some light rubbing to boards.
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THE TALE OF LITTLE PIG ROBINSON
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THE TALE OF LITTLE PIG ROBINSON

by Potter, Beatrix

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Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1930. First US edition. Fine in near fine jacket.. First US edition of this charming prequel of sorts to Lear's "Owl and the Pussycat," the final book in the Peter Rabbit series - in rare blue cloth binding. Though published at the end of her career, mention of THE TALE OF LITTLE PIG ROBINSON first appears in a letter from 1883, when Potter was only 17 - before all the other tales for which she is more famous. When seeking another story to feed her hungry publishers (she famously struggled with creating art "on demand"), Potter unearthed this early story and revised it for publication. Coming off the heals of THE FAIRY CARAVAN - which Potter uncharacteristically offered first to the US David McKay Company rather than her usual UK publisher Frederick Warne & Co., causing more than a little editorial distress for the Warnes - she supplied the text and illustrations for LITTLE PIG ROBINSON to McKay and Warne at the same time. The Warnes, though, according to Potter,… Read More
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THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT
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THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT

by Potter, Beatrix

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Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, 1904. Very good.. Early American pirated edition of the English classic, part of Henry Altemus's Wee Books for Wee Folks series. At the turn of the 20th century, a number of American publishers found success in reprinting English books without authorization (or payment) to the original publishers if those publishers did not take steps to secure their copyright in the United States. Altemus was one such publisher, and the famous TALE OF PETER RABBIT one such book. According to the information provided on the Henry Altemus Company collecting website (henryaltemus.com), this version is the second issue of the first American edition. (That site calls it the second edition, but notes the interior is the same as the first edition; it just has a new binding. Hence technically it is second issue, not edition, the latter of which implies a new setting of type.) This edition features different illustrations than Potter's own, making for an interesting contrast as an American… Read More
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THE TALE OF MR. TOD
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THE TALE OF MR. TOD

by Potter, Beatrix

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London: Frederick Warne and Co, 1912. Very good.. First edition of the first picture book in the Peter Rabbit universe to follows the villains. This was the first book in the series to be styled "The Peter Rabbit Books, Series II, New Style," featuring a slightly modified and more elaborate binding, but in the same format. Warne had suggested this book being an entirely new series, but Potter asserted her desire to keep "the Peter Rabbit book' name" (quoted in Linder). 5.25'' x 4''. Original grey boards stamped in dark green, pictorial paste-on. Color pictorial endpapers. Illustrated by Potter with color frontispiece, 14 full-page color plates, and numerous black-and-white in-text images. 94 pages. Small Hereford bookseller ticket in gutter of front pastedown. Rear joint cracked after last text leaf but firm. A few spots of rubbing to boards, spine toned. Interior clean.
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THE TALE OF MR. JEREMY FISHER
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THE TALE OF MR. JEREMY FISHER

by Potter, Beatrix

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London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, 1906. Very good.. First edition, rare deluxe issue, of this charming story about a humanized frog's efforts to catch fish for a dinner party. Much like her iconic PETER RABBIT, MR. JEREMY FISHER began as a story letter from Beatrix Potter to the child of a friend. After PETER's publication, Potter speculated that she "could make something out of" MR. JEREMY as well (Linder). When her publisher questioned the accuracy of her frog illustrations, she "brought the live Jeremy to the office in a jam jar" to back up her stylistic choices (Linder). The deluxe binding of this copy is not listed in Jane Quinby's bibliography of Potter's works. 5.5'' x 4''. Original blue cloth binding with gilt lettering and embellishment, and color pictorial paste-on. All edges gilt. Endpapers with illustrations of other Beatrix Potter animal characters including PETER RABBIT. Illustrated in color. 86 pages. Hinges expertly repaired. Gift inscription to front flyleaf dated "New… Read More
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A TALE OF TWO CITIES
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A TALE OF TWO CITIES

by Dickens, Charles; Browne, H. K.

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London: Chapman and Hall, 1859. Very good plus.. First edition in book form of this classic story of love and the weight of family history set during the French Revolution, one of Dickens's best-known works. First issued in serial format like most of Dickens's novels, A TALE OF TWO CITIES features a setting that "had been [Dickens's] historical favorite for many years." He reportedly "entered the mental and mechanical work" of writing the story "with great spirit" (Eckel, 86). Dickens began TALE shortly after starring in the Wilkie Collins play THE FROZEN DEEP, which features the familiar theme of a love triangle in which one member sacrifices himself for the good of the remaining two. TALE has been adapted for stage, screen, and radio numerous times, with the villainous Marquis St. Evremonde being played by Basil Rathbone and Christopher Lee. This is an attractive copy of the beloved novel, with all of Smith's first issue points present. Octavo, 8.5'' x 5''. Full 19th-century green polished calf… Read More
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THE TALE OF MRS. TITTLEMOUSE
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THE TALE OF MRS. TITTLEMOUSE

by Potter, Beatrix

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London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, 1910. Very good plus.. First edition of this charming story of a mouse's efforts to keep her house tidy in the face of numerous insect visitors - one of Beatrix Potter's scarcer titles. Beatrix Potter's early "microscopic studies showing the beautiful coloured scales of butterflies' wings, and the highly magnified anatomy of spiders and beetles" informed her loving drawings of MRS. TITTLEMOUSE's various arthropod house guests (Linder, 205). Potter's publisher, though, was not quite as warm to the insect characters: her initial inclusion of wood-lice irked Warne, who "did not consider [the wood-louse] a suitable creature to mention in a children's book" (Linder, 205). Potter was able to retain the wood-lice illustration in the final publication, but instead of calling the insects by their proper names, she changed them to "three creepy crawly people" to appease Warne's delicate sensibilities. 5.5'' x 4.25''. Original blue paper boards with color pictorial… Read More
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TALE OF TIMMY TIPTOES
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TALE OF TIMMY TIPTOES

by Potter, Beatrix

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London: Frederick Warne and Co, 1911. Fine in rare glassine jacket.. First edition of Potter's story of a squirrel and chipmunk friendship, in a rare later-issue printed glassine. For this tale, Potter chose to tell the story of animals indigenous to North America, including grey squirrels, chipmunks, and the American black bear. She hoped to "appeal more to her growing American audience" (Kutzer) with the story, but the decision presented practical difficulties: she had to draw the animals from photos and illustrations, rather than from life. The glassine includes titles from later in the "series," and is thus a later issue: nevertheless, any of the early Potter books are rare in glassine. An exceptional copy. 5.5'' x 4''. Original dark green boards with pictorial paste-on. In early printed glassine. Glassine with "1/-NET" price; lists TIMMY TIPTOES last on the rear panel; lists ROLY POLY, PIE, AND GINGER on front flap; and FIERCE BAD RABBIT and MISS MOPPET on rear flap. Illustrated with color… Read More
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THE TALE OF THE UNICORN
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THE TALE OF THE UNICORN

by Spirin, Gennady; Preussler, Otfried; Hort, Lenny

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New York: Dial Books, 1989. Fine in fine dust jacket.. Signed first US edition of this fable of three brothers who set out to hunt a magical unicorn, with lush illustrations by Gennady Spirin. Praised for his sinuous, illuminated manuscript-like illustrations, Russian-born Gennady Spirin has been called "one of the world's most significant illustrators of children's books" by the NEW YORK TIMES. Spirin's artistry has earned him accolades including four gold medals from the Society of Illustrators - his watercolors imbue children's books with visual magic. 11.75'' x 9''. Original color pictorial boards. Original unclipped ($12.95) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. [28] pages. Signed by Spirin to title page. Jacket with small price sticker to rear. Bright and clean.
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THE TALE OF TOM KITTEN
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THE TALE OF TOM KITTEN

by Potter, Beatrix

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London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, 1907. Very good plus.. First edition of this story of kitten clothes and thieving ducks, a Beatrix Potter classic. Set in Beatrix Potter's own garden at Hill Top Farm, THE TALE OF TOM KITTEN is a quintessential example of her charming prose and artistic attention to detail. In order to properly depict TOM and his sisters, Potter notes in correspondence that she "borrowed a kitten," who she found to be "an exasperating model" (Linder, 186). She must have eventually overcome her frustration with the kitten she lovingly called "Pickle," as TOM KITTEN is dedicated to him and the other farm cats. 5.5'' x 4''. Original brown paper boards with color pictorial center panel and white lettering. Color decorative endpapers of other Beatrix Potter characters. Illustrated in color throughout. 86 pages. Contemporary owner name to recto of frontispiece leaf. Binding with a light edgewear, a bit of sunning to spine. Leaves with a couple tiny spots of soil; spine cracked… Read More
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TALE OF A PIG

TALE OF A PIG

by Justus, May

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Great Britain: World's Work Children's Books, 1963. Very good plus in very good jacket.. First edition, an adaptation of an old folk song, including music, with lavish illustrations. 9.25'' x 7.25''. Pictorial cloth. In original dust jacket. Illustrated by Frank Aloise with marvelous color and black and white illustrations that span the pages. Dust jacket frayed at corners with small chips at spine ends.
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THE TALE OF SQUIRREL NUTKIN
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THE TALE OF SQUIRREL NUTKIN

by Potter, Beatrix

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London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, 1903. Very good plus.. First edition, first or second issue, of the story of what happens when an over-confident squirrel tries the patience of an owl. Set in the scenic Lake District, where "the Potter family had spent a number of their summer holidays," THE TALE OF SQUIRREL NUTKIN is the classic Beatrix Potter mix of realistic and fantastic animal exploits (Taylor et al., 111). The sailing squirrels and the antics of Nutkin (and his eventual comeuppance) were an immediate hit with Potter's young readers, who wrote her letters about how much they enjoyed the "lovely" "Scell nuskin"; "I shall always have a strong preference for cheap books myself," Potter wrote to Norman Warne, "all my little friends happen to be shilling people" (Linder, 142). 5.5'' x 4''. Original dark grey paper boards with color pictorial center panel and white lettering. Color decorative endpapers of other Beatrix Potter characters. Illustrated in color throughout. 86 pages. Gift… Read More
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THE TALE OF PIGLING BLAND
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THE TALE OF PIGLING BLAND

by Potter, Beatrix

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London: Frederick Warne and Co, 1913. Near fine.. First edition of this slightly longer Potter story, with a surprise cameo of Peter and two other rabbits at the end. The characters in this story were named after two real pigs on her Hill Top Farm, with many of the bucolic landscapes still identifiable today on Potter's former property, now a National Trust site. PIGLING BLAND was the second book, after THE TALE OF MR. TOD (1912), in a new direction for Potter: a longer story, with fewer color plates but many more black-and-white images in the text. 5.25'' x 4''. Original maroon paper boards stamped in white, pictorial paste-on. Color pictorial endpapers. Illustrated by Potter with 15 full-page color plates and black-and-white in-text images. 94 pages. Very light toning to spine, a couple small spots of thumbsoil, overall beautiful.
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TALE OF CORALLY CROTHERS
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TALE OF CORALLY CROTHERS

by Gay, Romney

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Cleveland: Harter, 1932. Very good.. Simple text in rhyme with a lonely little girl who is determined to find a friend. 4.75'' x 5.75''. Original cloth backed pictorial boards. Cover slightly faded. Facing each text page is a charming Art Deco color illustration by the author.
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THE TALE OF JOHNNY TOWN-MOUSE
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THE TALE OF JOHNNY TOWN-MOUSE

by Potter, Beatrix

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London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, 1918. Very good plus.. First edition, first issue of this story of the differences between city and country living, a very Beatrix Potter retelling of Aesop's "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse." "Miss Potter need not worry about rivals. She has none," proclaimed THE BOOKMAN's review of THE TALE OF JOHNNY TOWN-MOUSE in 1918 (quoted in Linder, 244). Certainly this title carries all the hallmarks of Potter's talent: beautiful countryside, well-dressed animals, prose that is both efficient and evocative. It was also to be one of her final books for Warne, as she became more focused on the care and keeping of her Lake District farm. 5.5'' x 4.25''. Original light brown paper boards with color pictorial center panel and brown lettering. Color decorative endpapers of other Beatrix Potter characters. Illustrated in color throughout. 86 pages. Contemporary owner's name to verso of front flyleaf, "Elizabeth." Binding with light edgewear, small bump to front… Read More
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THE TALE OF BENJAMIN BUNNY
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THE TALE OF BENJAMIN BUNNY

by Potter, Beatrix

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London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co, 1904. Very good plus.. First edition, first issue of the story of PETER RABBIT's badly-behaved cousin, and the pair's quest to retrieve Peter's lost clothes. "I sometimes feel afraid that the TAILOR and NUTKIN are rather too ingenious and complicated compared with PETER RABBIT," wrote Beatrix Potter to her publisher Norman Warne, "Don't you think the next one ought to be more simple?" (Linder, 143). Thus came THE TALE OF BENJAMIN BUNNY, Potter's fourth publication, resuming the misadventures of Peter and his family. Benjamin, named after Potter's own pet rabbit, took some of of his naughty personality from his real-life counterpart: Potter recalls how he would be "at one moment amiably sentimental to the verge of silliness, at the next... a demon, throwing himself onto his back" (Linder, 148). 5.5'' x 4''. Original light brown paper boards with color pictorial center panel and green lettering. Color decorative endpapers of other Beatrix Potter characters.… Read More
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