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1 ..... FUZZY DUCKLING: A Fuzzy Wuzzy Book.
Whitman Publishing Co. [Racine, WI]. No date. (1952). Hard Cover 
Later printing. Unpaginated. 5 5/8'x 6 1/2'. Glossy illustrated boards. Illustrated by Sharon Banigan. 'A Fuzzy Wuzzy Book' in the WHITMAN TELL-A-TALE BOOK series (No. 91215). The duckling on the cover & the 6 throughout the book are actually fuzzy. No bar code or price on the covers. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 5.00 USD
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2 Alger, Horatio Jr. FRANK'S CAMPAIGN or The Farm and The Camp.
John C. Winston Co. [Philadelphia]. No date. Hard Cover 
296pp. + ads. sm8vo. Brick red cloth with illustrated front cover & spine in bright red, violet & black. Title & author's name on both in black. Cover illustrates a messenger boy; spine illustrates a boy with cut-off pants carrying a bag with a shoulder strap. B/w engraved frontispiece. 1909 Christmas gift presentation in pencil on front endpaper o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. No dustjacket. 
Price: 2.00 USD
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3 Alger, Horatio Jr. JULIUS: Or The Street Boy Out West.
John C. Winston Co. [Philadelphia]. No date. (1874). Hard Cover 
276pp. + ads. sm8vo. Tan cloth with illustrated front cover & spine in bright red, blue & black. Title & author's name on both in black. Cover illustrates a boy in blue pants with his sleeves rolled to the elbow against a red oval; spine illustrates a boy dressed in tie & jacket carrying a bag. No illustrations. Front cover & spine have tiny scattered spots of wear, back cover is worn with stained spots, 1910 Christmas gift presentation in pencil on both endpapers o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects & cover & spine still bright. No dustjacket. 
Price: 2.00 USD
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4 Banta, Milt & Don MacLaughlin (Adapted By). Walt Disney's DONALD DUCK FULL SPEED AHEAD.
Whitman Publishing Co. [Racine, WI]. 1953. (1953: Walt Disney Productions). First Edition Hard Cover 
1st printing. Unpaginated. 5 5/8'x 6 1/2'. Glossy, illustrated boards. Illustrated by Walt Disney Studio. WHITMAN TELL-A-TALE BOOK (#900:15). Printing based on the title not being included in the list of titles in the series on the back cover. No bar code or price on the covers. Spine extremes & corners bumped, scattered spots of wear on spine o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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5 Beecher, Elizabeth. LITTLE BEAVER.
Whitman Publishing Co. [Racine, WI]. No date. (1954: Stephen Slesinger). Hard Cover 
Later printing. Unpaginated. 5 5/8'x 6 1/2'. Glossy illustrated boards. Illustrated by Fred Harman & based on his 'Red Ryder' character. WHITMAN TELL-A-TALE Book (No. 935:15). Spine extremes & corners bumped o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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6 Brandeis, Madeline. LITTLE ANNE OF CANADA.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date. (1931: A. Flanagan Co.). Hard Cover 
174pp. Oblong 4to. 1/4 dark blue cloth over pale green boards with red lettering & a woodcut illustration of Anne in a red jacket on the front cover. Frontispiece & 61 other b/w photo illustrations by the author. Endpapers illustrated in red with woodblocks of Anne with her family. Part of the 'Little Children Of All Lands' series. Good (edges rubbed with some light wear on covers). No dustjacket. 
Price: 2.00 USD
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7 Brandeis, Madeline. LITTLE TOM OF ENGLAND.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date. (1935: A. Flanagan Co.). Hard Cover 
159pp. Oblong 4to. 1/4 blue cloth over pale green boards with black lettering & an woodcut illustration in red & black of Tom hiking past an English cottage. Endpapers illustrated in red with woodblocks of a landscape & a boy in each. Frontispiece & 44 other b/w photo illustrations by the author. Part of the 'The Children of All Lands Stories' series. Fine (No defects)/ DJ (light soil with three 1' edge tears on the back & several smaller edge tears & chips). 
Price: 4.00 USD
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8 Burleigh, Cyril. THE HILLTOP BOYS ON LOST ISLAND.
World Syndicate Pub. Co. [Cleveland, OH]. No date. (1931). Hard Cover 
World's 2nd format for this series. 177pp. sm8vo. Red cloth covers with a silver-ruled border & plain, silver lettering on the front cover. Silver-lettered spine. A previous owner's signature in pencil on the front endpaper; endpapers, all leaves, & page edges uniformly tanned o/w Fine (No defects)/ DJ (Spine extremes worn, top of the spine has a 1/2' tear on one side & 1/4' on the other, 1/8' edge tear on the top of the front with several creases along the edge & some light wear, corners heavily worn with short tears in tops & bottoms of the flap folds o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects). 
Price: 2.50 USD
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9 Burroughs, Edgar Rice. TARZAN AND THE ANT MEN.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date. (1924: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.). Hard Cover 
346pp. sm8vo. Red cloth with black-lettered front cover & spine. B/w frontispiece & dustjacket illustrated by J. Allen St. John. The last page of the book lists 15 Burroughs titles of which 'The Bandit of Hell's Bend' (1926) is the latest. The same 15 titles are listed on the verso of the dustjacket with the addition of 'Pellucidar' (1923). Top edge dusty, textblock lightly tanned, light paste action on endpapers, a previous owner's name & date (1927) in ink on both pastedown endpapers o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (1 1/2' missing section at the bottom of the spine including a small adjacent area on the back panel; triangular tear in middle of spine & back flap almost detached - both repaired with clear archival tape on the inside of the dustjacket; all edges worn. Visually, however, the front is Very Good. See PHOTO. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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10 Campbell, Julie. TRIXIE BELDEN & THE MYSTERY OFF GLEN ROAD.
Golden Press [Racine, Wisconsin]. No date. (1977). Soft Cover 
236pp. sm8vo. in publisher's 6th format. Glossy wraps illustrated by Jack Wacker. 5th title in series. Faint crease on each cover o/w Very Good, i.e. shows careful use with no significant defects. 
Price: 2.50 USD
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11 Conkling, Fleur. THE BRAVE LITTLE DUCK.
Wonder Books, Inc. [New York]. No date. (1953: Treasure Books, Inc.). Hard Cover 
Later printing. Glossy 'Sculptured' pictorial boards bound with spiral wire. 20 pp. 6' x 8' h. No. 1501. Illustrated by Marguerite Gayer. No price on cover. Child's name written in pencil on inside cover, Spine extremes & corners worn, a little light soiling on back cover o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 2.50 USD
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12 Daugherty, James. THE LANDING OF THE PILGRIMS.
Random House. [New York]. No date [Circa 1952-3]. (1950). Hard Cover 
7th printing. 186pp. 8vo. Gray cloth with title in dark red surrounded by a wreathe of dark red flowers & green leaves; small scene of the Pilgrims landing at the top of the wreathe. The spine is lettered in dark red & decorated with 2 of the flower/leaves motifs used on the cover & the publisher's logo of the Landmark series. Pictorial endpapers in blue on tan paper have various vignettes from Books in the series. Dustjacket, 12 (including one double page) plates, & about 37 chapter heads & tails illustrated by the author. Book #2 in the Landmark Series. Fine (No defects)/ DJ (spine extremes chipped, edges worn with a few minor tears o/w Very Good. i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects). 
Price: 10.00 USD
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13 Disney, Walt. Walt Disney's STORMY.
Whitman Publishing Co. [Racine, WI]. No date. (1954: Walt Disney Productions). Hard Cover 
Later printing. Unpaginated. 7 1/2' x 8 1/4'. Glossy pictorial boards. Illustrated by Paul Souza. A Cozy Corner Book. Authorized Edition based on the motion picture. Whitman No. 2404:25. Spine extremes bumped, edge of cover a little rubbed o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 22.50 USD
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14 Dixon, Franklin W. OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date. (1927). Hard Cover 
Later edition in 2nd format. 214pp. sm8vo. Tan cloth with dark blue lettering on cover & spine. Monoplane emblem & 'Ted Scott Flying Series' in dark blue on the front cover. Top edge blue. Endpapers illustrated in red with a huge monoplane. B/w Frontispiece on coated paper by Walter S. Rogers. Fine (No defects)/ DJ (Minor edge chips & tears, corners rubbed, extreme upper tip of spine missing a piece which cuts 'Over The' in half o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects). See PHOTO. 
Price: 22.50 USD
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15 Dixon, Franklin W. The Hardy Boys: THE MISSING CHUMS.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date [Pre-1962]. (1928). Hard Cover 
214pp. 12vo. Mottled light tan cloth with dark brown print & 'Thunderstorm' logo. Top edge blue. Frontispiece. Multi-picture endpapers in brown & white. No. 4 in Series. Dustjacket: Pictorial wrap-around with the spine logo of the boys in causal dress within a circle (3rd format). Fine (No defects)/ DJ (Edge chips at the top & bottom of the spine & bottom of the front cover, two 1/4' edge tears at the top of the front cover, 1/2' edge tear at the top of the back cover & 1/4' tear at the bottom, chips at extremes of the folds, & back cover lightly soiled). 
Price: 12.00 USD
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16 Dixon, Franklin W. The Hardy Boys: THE MYSTERY OF CABIN ISLAND.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date [Pre-1966]. (1929). Hard Cover 
214pp. 12vo. Mottled light tan cloth with dark brown print & 'Thunderstorm' logo. Top edge blue. Frontispiece. Multi-picture endpapers in brown & white. No. 8 in Series. Dustjacket: Pictorial wrap-around with the spine logo of the boys in causal dress within a circle (3rd format). Fine (No defects)/ DJ (3/8' edge tear on the top of the front cover, a little chipping on the extremes of the spine and folds, light stains on the edges of the inner flap, & back cover lightly soiled). 
Price: 12.00 USD
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17 Dixon, Franklin W. The Hardy Boys: THE SECRET OF THE CAVES.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date [Pre-1965]. (1929). Hard Cover 
210pp. 12vo. Mottled light tan cloth with dark brown print & 'Thunderstorm' logo. Top edge blue. Frontispiece. Multi-picture endpapers in brown & white. No. 7 in Series. Dustjacket: Pictorial wrap-around with the spine logo of the boys in causal dress within a circle (3rd format). Fine (No defects)/ DJ (A little chipping on the extremes of the spine and folds, light stains on the edges of the inner flap, & back cover lightly soiled). 
Price: 12.00 USD
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18 Drake, Robert L. THE BOY ALLIES UNDER THE SEA, or The Vanishing Submarines.
A. L. Burt [New York]. No date. (1916). Hard Cover 
252pp + [4 ads]. sm8vo. Gray cloth with red & black lettering on front cover & spine. Front cover & spine illustrated in yellow, red & black. Frontispiece illustration by J. Walton Davis in b/w on coated paper. 5th book in the 10 book series of the Boy Allies of the Navy [WWI] series. Top of spine a little frayed, some dulling to spine, all edges slightly tanned & top edge dusty o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. See PHOTO. No dustjacket. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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19 Fitzhugh, Percy Keese. PEE WEE HARRIS ADRIFT.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date. (1922). Hard Cover 
218pp. sm8vo. Tan cloth with red-lettered cover & black-lettered spine. Frontispiece, 3 other b/w plates on coated paper, & dustjacket illustrated by H. S. Barbour. 'Approved By The Boy Scouts of America'. A previous owner's inscriptions on both endpapers o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (spine darkened & spotted with top 1/4' chipped, edges worn o/w Very Good). See PHOTO. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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20 Fitzhugh, Percy Keese. PEE WEE HARRIS F. O. B. BRIDGEBORO.
Grosset & Dunlap [New York]. No date. (1923). Hard Cover 
207pp. sm8vo. Tan cloth with red-lettered cover & black-lettered spine. Frontispiece, 3 other b/w plates on coated paper, & dustjacket illustrated by H. S. Barbour. 'Approved By The Boy Scouts of America'. A previous owner's inscriptions on both endpapers, little spot of flecking at bottom of front cover o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (spine darkened & spotted with chips at the extremes covered on the front with cellotape extending onto the front & back about 1 1/4'; edges worn; the back has cellotape reinforcement across the top, the bottom, & along folds. The front, less the tape, is Very Good). 
Price: 2.00 USD
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