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Clark, Ann


Lawrence, Kansas, United States Indian Service, Harkell Institute, 1951.

First edition. Folio. 149pp. Brickcolored cloth with the title printed in black on the

spine and the title and a vignette in black on the upper board. The one volume edition

of Clark's popular books containing: Little Herder in Autumn, Winter, Spring

and Fall. Wonderfully illustrated by Navajo Indian artist Hoke Denetsosie.

Signed by Ann Nolan Clark

on the title to the first section, Autumn. Light wear

to the corners and spine ends else a very good copy.

Laid in is


by Clark, NY, Viking, 1963, stapled wraps and issued in

connection with Clark's reception of the Regina Medal, one of 200 copies (of

500) reserved for the author.

This copy inscribed on the cover by Clark





p. 1613 for more information on the Herder books.


Burgess, Thornton


New York, John W. Eggers, 19141917

14 Thornton Burgess Miniature Books

in their original box

. The books are

approximately 2 3/16 by 2 7/8 inches, stapled wraps, all with a cover

illustration in color and other color illustrations in text. Each book has 12 pages

including the covers.The first set of 6 books are c. 1914 and comprise the

following titles:

Danny MeadowMouse Learns Something; A Glad Time Made a Sad Time; Jack Frost Helps Paddy the Beaver; Mr. Toad and

Danny MeadowMouse Take a Walk; Old Mr. Toad Gets His Stomach Full; Striped

Chipmunk's Secret Joke.

The second set of 8 titles comprise:

Busy Folks and

Sleepy Folks; Four Little Mice at School and Play; An Important Meeting at the

Smiling Pool; Johnny Chuck Loses His Temper; Paddy the Beaver Gives Warning;

Peter Rabbit Introduces His Big Cousin; Peter Rabbit Learns From Striped

Chipmunk; Striped Chipmunk Has a Secret.

Jack Frost

has one untrimmed page edge

which protrudes else these booklets are

in fine condition. Housed in original

box which has edge wear and soiling but

is intact. Scarce.