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    Lot of Ten Illustrated Children's Books, including: Harold McCracken. Son of the Walrus King. Philadelphia: Stokes/J. B. Lippincott Company, [1944]. First edition. Illustrations by Lynn Bogue Hunt. [and:] Nancy Byrd Taylor. When It Rained Cats and Dogs. Philadelphia: Lippincott, [1946]. First edition. Illustrations by Tibor Gergely. [and:] Patricia Gordon. The Witch of Scrapfaggot Green. New York: The Viking Press, 1948. First edition. Illustrations by William Pène Du Bois. [and:] Dorothy Childs Hogner. Rufus. Philadelphia: Lippincott, [1955]. Illustrations by Nils Hogner. [and:] Erich Kastner. Till Eulenspiegel the Clown. New York: Julian Messner, [1957]. First edition. Translated by Richard and Clara Winston with illustrations by Walter Trier. [and:] Edgar Parker. The Duke of Sycamore. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1959. First edition. Illustrations by the author. Dampstaining to boards and dust jacket, not affecting interior of book. Generally, good condition. [and:] Padraic Colum. The Six Who Were Left in a Shoe. New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, [1968]. Illustrations by Joseph Schindelman. Price-clipped jacket. [and:] Ellen Hsiao. A Chinese Year. Philadelphia: Two Worlds/Lippincott, [1970]. First edition. Illustrations by the author. [and:] David Martin. Spiegel the Cat. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, [1971]. First American edition. Based on the tale by Gottfried Keller with illustrations by Roy McKie. James Whitcomb Riley. The Gobble-uns'll Git You Ef You Don't Watch Out! Philadelphia: Lippincott, [1975]. First edition. Riley's "Little Orphant Annie" illustrated by Joel Schick. All books in this lot are small quartos in dust jackets. All are in very good or better condition, unless otherwise noted.

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