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Jack and Jill

By: Alcott, Louisa May

Price: $5.52

Publisher: Little, Brown And Company: 1928

Seller ID: CH-01150


Jack and Jill went up the hill to coast with fun and laughter; Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill cam tumbling after. " The binding is tight, pages are tight. Heavy watermarks on binding and page edges. Approximately 4 pages inside are lightly marked in ink, back inside cover has ink and crayon marks on illustration (someone was coloring in the line drawing - sort of) . 313 pages, all intact, yellowed with age. 1-2 small tears on pages (less than 1") . T... View more info

Tom Swift and His Jetmarine

By: Appleton Ii, Victor

Price: $7.36

Publisher: New York, NY, Grosset & Dunlap: 1954

Edition: Unknown

Seller ID: 003792


The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures, #2 (9102) . Later edition. The brightly colored cover shows Tom and his friends in a submarine being attacked by a giant octopus. The spine ends are lightly worn and there is shelf wear at the bottom. The page tops are blue stained. The rear corners show light wear, the front corners moderate to heavy wear. A price sticker of $1.25 remains on the back. Illustrated in black & white drawings. ; 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall View more info

Mistress Moppet

By: Barnes, Annie M.

Price: $8.28

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA, The Penn Publishing Company: 1925

Seller ID: 002443


This is a children's chapter book involving pirates, small mysteries, and other child fantasies. The binding is red cloth, with several specks of paint (tan) on the front and small lighter spots where the paint was likely removed. On the back there are a few small speckles, a small spot and a thin line of the same paint. Lettering in black, the corners and both ends of the spine are worn. There are spots on the first few pages, and a small side tear on page 106. The bind... View more info

Storm-Bound or a Vacation Among the Snowdrifts

By: Douglas, Captain Alan, Scout Master

Price: $10.12

Publisher: Chicago, IL, M. A. Donohue And Company: 1926

Seller ID: 003110


This is a story of four boys, all belonging to the Hickory Ridge Troop of Boy Scouts, who were out in the woods during a snow storm looking for the cabin of the uncle of one of them. They don't find it the first day and are forced to make camp in the woods, which turns out to be great fun. This is one of a series of boy's books that contain articles on nature lore, animals and a wealth of other information about outdoor life. A great book for a boy who enjoys the outdoor... View more info

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The Queen's Rangers, a Story of Revolutionary Times

By: Ledyard, Charles

Price: $23.00

Publisher: Boston, MA, W. A. Wilde Company: 1899

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 004167


This is a story of the Revolutionary War, and many of the people portrayed we real people playing their respective parts. Three young Americans here were in organizations and their fortunes during the Delaware struggle in 1777 are included within a fair proportion of historical accuracy. They found themselves stranded in New York, then in possession of the British under General Howe and sea commanded by his brother. Forming a partnership, they endure adventures by field ... View more info

The Mountaineer's Song

By: Lose, G. W.

Price: $11.07

Publisher: Columbus, OH, The Book Concern:

Seller ID: 000836


A novel given at Sunday School for perfect attendance in 1934. Worn a bit at all corners; worn to the cloth at the spine top and bottom. Some wear at the bottom edges and side edges. The front is a pretty and bright cover showing two people sitting outside enjoying some violin music with the mountains in the background. 160 pages, no marks or tears; pages are somewhat yellowed on the edges. There is an inscription on the ffep. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. View more info

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King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table

By: Mallory, Sir Thomas (edited by Lanier, Sidney)

Price: $13.80

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap: 1979

Seller ID: 001266


The story of King Arthur and his Knights. The book begins with the coming of Arthur, through the adventures they had, to the supposed passing of Arthur. Still there was treachery as Sir Mordred caused letters to be written that looked like they came across the sea, saying that Sir Mordred was now King, since King Arthur was dead. King Mordred was the King of England and felt he could do what he wanted; he decided King Arthur should be no more. A great book, the cover is ... View more info

Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates

By: Mapes Dodge, Mary

Price: $7.36

Publisher: Doubleday Junior Deluxe Editions:

Seller ID: CH-01172


1954; HB. Illustrated by Paul Galdone. Binding is fine, very slight edge wear at corners. Binding is grey with skates, trees, and houses in orange and blue; the spine is a slightly faded blue with orange figures and silver lettering. Spine is tight. Inside front binding has the names of two prior owners. 319 pages, fine. Illustrations throughout. View more info

Toby Tyler or Ten Weeks with a Circus

By: Otis, James

Price: $5.54

Publisher: Garden City NY, Junior Deluxe Editions: 1958

Edition: Book Club (BCE/BOMC)

Seller ID: 001100


This story begins as a traveling circus stops for a performance in the town of Guilford, and in the process takes on a new hand - a spunky little fellow named Toby Tyler. Toby had been unhappy living with his Uncle Daniel, so when Mr. Lord, the cirus' peanut man, offered Toby a job as his assistant, he said yes. But the next day, far from home, Toby discovered that Mr. Lord was something less than a jovial fellow; he could be downright cruel. The binding corners and spin... View more info

Miss Minerva's Mystery

By: Sampson, Emma Speed

Price: $50.60

Publisher: Chicago, IL, The Reilly & Lee Co.: 1933

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 003631


This book is one of several "Miss Minerva" books. It is a larger print chapter book for a child. The binding is red with a black pictorial on the front. The bottom right corners are worn, as is the bottom back edge in two places. The spine tail has a small piece missing. The binding is shiny, looks almost new. There is one small spot on the front slightly darker than the rest. A very respectable copy of this rare book. 316 pages, one of the chapter beginnings is ... View more info

The Unfinished House

By: Sutton, Margaret

Price: $12.88

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap: 1938

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 003078


#11 in the series. Roulsvillle, the "ghost town" becomes the scene of another exciting haunted house mystery. The jacket is rust-colored. Light wear at the corners and along the front and bottom edge. Wear at the spine ends, and a few chips at the front hinge and back top edge. ; 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall View more info