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Pinkdex NEEDs series data

Winthrop, Castle in the Attic Travers, Mary Poppins (3) -- i have 4 Nesbit, Five Children (1 2 3) McKinley, Hero and the Crown 1 Lofting (4 7 3 9 5 2) -- i have 1 Eager, Knight's Castle (1 2); Half Magic 1 -- i have 2


Village Tales and Jungle Tragedies T891487 = Jungle Tales

1895 Chatto --PV Chavey o[83549419] mentions frontispiece

("Village Tales and Jungle Tragedies") 1895/96 (34 hits: 26 8)

(earliest) [1] The Athenaeum "Chatto & Windus's New Books" under heading "New Three-and-Sixpenny Novels"; this one as "[Shortly." --also New Edition Phantastes
Ath 3513 -02-23 p235 (smaller) "Chatto & Windus's New Novels", this one featured "will be ready on February 28, ..."
Ath 3514 -03-02 p268 "Chatto & Windus's New Novels", this one featured "is now ready, cr. 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d."
(near-latest of 26 hits 1895) The Athenaeum #3526 1895-05-25 p662 "Chatto & Windus's New Books" under heading "New Three-and-Sixpenny Novels"

short reviews --possibly non-genre

Ath 3520 -04-13 p472 "Short Stories"
The Bookman 8.44 1895-05 p56


[2] The Globe 1895-06-01 p14 -- "(Chatto & Windus, Picadilly, London; the Copp, Clark Co., Toronto.)" --this one of 5 thus, and 2 (George Bell & Sons, London and Bombay; ...)"


Pauline Rush Evans 259341 (36)[many] https://lccn.loc.gov/n50010882 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n50-010882 --Best Book series

[Good Housekeeping] Best Book of Fairy Tales

286pp o[3] [1966] ill Le Moult, Wilde; o[4] 1st ill Wilde; o[5] ill Wilde
383pp o[6] 1st ill Wilde; o[7] ill Wilde; o[8]


Victorian Fairy Tales

Contents from WorldCat (list), BL 017008873 (list), Google Books (books.google.de), and "Look inside" tp format 2019-07-01

"Note on the Texts", p.xxix, "An appendix brings together four classic critical explorations of the fairy tale, by [REM and H]."


Grimm

"Stories" not "Tales" is the more import eds. (1823 and 1826; 2-in-1 1868; facsim 1904)

HDL shows "German popular stories and fairy tales", "German FT and PS", "German PS" --"Popular Tales" not found


("German Popular Tales") (before 1866, 81 hits from 1813 ("German Popular Tales" ruskin) (before 1866, 1 hit)

(1866/68 only 6 hits; 4x retailer advert 1866

[9] Am Lit 1867-12-02 p108ff "James Miller, Publisher" German Popular Tales, 4 vols, $4 --containing Andersen x4
[10] Am Lit 1868-06-01 p67 --as Grimm's German Popular Tales. New edition. (Porter & Coates, Phi.)

WorldCat looking for Ruskin's Introduction German Popular Tales

1868 Chatto
n.d. o[11] as [Collection of fairy tales made up from 4 published dismantled and reassembled books] (citing German Popular Stories, J.C. Hotten, [1868])
c2015 Forgotten Books o[12], no ISBN --reissue of 1868 Chatto German Popular Stories, as German fairy tales and popular stories : as told by Gammer Grethel

WorldCat ruskin, ti: German Popular Stories

1868 Hotten o[13]
o[14] “FAIRY STORIES”: A PREFACE TO “GERMAN POPULAR STORIES” (1868) ISBN-9780511696220 (Works, v19, 2011 \1905)
first published this title 1905 [15]

German Popular Stories

HDL Henry Frowde 1904-11 two-volume facsimile ed.

facsimile of Baldwyn 1823 t.p. 1823 -- Preface, p[iii]-xii mentions (probably written by) The Translators, plural; and MM Grimm; source edition not identified ; no list of Contents -- stories, [1]-217 -- list of illustrations p[218] (title page + 11 plates not included in the pagination) -- Notes, [219]-40

Vol. I (31 stories) final story is Rumpel-Stilts-Kin, ends p217 NOT SELECTED FROM VOLUME I

KMH (i.a.) 83 27 57 19 102 ; 133 50 37 (The Grateful Beasts 1815) 69 ;; 8 62 58 59 70 ; 52 (The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet [n.d.]) 53 39 146 ;; 48 88 110 92 64 ; 38 15 29 1 132 ;; 55

Vol. II (24 stories) first story is The Goose-Girl NOT SELECTED FROM VOLUME II

KMH (i.a.) 89 6 116 21 183 ; (The Crows and the Soldier 1815) (Pee-Wit [n.d.]) 77 (Cherry, or the Frog-Bride --Johann Gustav Büsching 1812) 24 ;; 97 (Peter the Goatherd 1800) 129 (The Elfin-Grove [n.d.]) 122 ; (The Nose 1815) 134 65 40 151.1 ;; 25 (Roland and May-Bird [n.d.]) 23 47

9 of 55 are not indb as from KMH [n.d.] indb no date, no German-language title

facsimile of Robins 1826 t.p. Vol. II (James Robins ... Joseph Robins Junr ... 1826) -- (no list of illustrations ?) -- Advertisement, p[iii]-iv --

The success of the first volume of German Popular Stories, has encouraged one of the translators to venture on a second. The majority of the Tales will be found ...
Two or three Stories have been taken from other collections, as pointed out in the notes.
The Translator ...

"Collected by MM. Grimm, from Oral Tradition" (title page) ; "MM. Grimm's collection" (preface)

-- stories, p[1]-244 (The Juniper Tree) -- Notes, [245]-56 -- p[257], note from The Translator, singular

Translator(s) not named anywhere

No back pages. No front pages except half-title.


newspapers 1867(none)/68/69 ("german popular stories")

[16] Am Bk 1868-10-15 p1 "Foreign Literary Intelligence" London 1868-09-20 --Hotten "novelties in preparation"
[17] The Athenaeum #2142 1868-11-14 p624, "Very Important New Books" Mr. Hotten ... following Works
The Athenaeum #2145 -12-05 p767, "Special Announcement" Mr. Hotten ... following New Works
The Spectator #2111 -12-12 p1471, "Publications of the Week", @ 6/6
The Athenaeum #2146 -12-12 p796, "List of New Books", cr. 8vo. 6/6 cl.

Scribner, Welford & Co. advertisement p8- "English Publications", The Book Buyer 1869-02-15 p8-14(?); see p11

[18] p11, Grimm's German Popular Stories [title uncertain, publisher uncertain] $3.25, $3.75


back cover images, both formats (no price)

2014 Planet
WorldCat o[19] 267pp 25cm ISBN-9781909115835
Amazon -- tp 2014-05-05, 318 pp ; "Buy New $11.99" ; (same as below) ; (same)
"Look inside" shows this year and ISBN, ~70 stories finally p317-?? ; final 11 stories from p268

WorldCat reports 267 pages (Amazon 318)

2015 Planet
WorldCat o[20] 322pp 25cm ISBN-9781910880043
Amazon --Hardcover 2015-08-20, 324 pp ; "Buy New $29.99" ; "Book 18 of 21 in the Robin Books Series" ; "(70 tales with 150 illustrations, including 30 illustrations in color)"
"Look inside" shows this year and ISBN, ~70 stories finally p323-?? ; final 13 stories from p269

WorldCat reports 322 page (Amazon 324) but Contents shows that the last story begins p323.


PITT.edu [21]

-- half-title (signed 1869-01-01) -- title page, [i] -- publisher's note "Advertisement from the Publisher", [iii]-iv -- Introduction // by John Ruskin, M.A., [v]-xiv ... 1868 -- Preface to the Original Edition // First and Second Series, [xv]-xxiv ... 1823, 1826 -- Contents, [xxv]-xxvi -- 55 stories span p[1]-309 -- Notes, [311]-35 (inclg 1823 letter from Walter Scott, 334-35) -- printer, [336]

Compare contents

  • Hotten (all UNCREDITED): Puffin
35 Rosebud NO!: Rose-Bud -- hyphen at p243
95 Shoemaker + : Shoe-Maker -- from 1958
112 Jew in the Bush + : Miser in the Bush --not in db as by anyone
126 Mrs. Fox + : Mrs Fox -- from 2015
142 Frog-Prince +: Frog Prince -- from 1823
148 Rumpel-Stilts-Kin +: Rumpelstiltskin --from 1823
243 Elfin Grove NO!: Elfin-Grove -- hyphen at p243

check first page (+ matches Contents list; NO! matches Puffin) check ISFDB (YYYY year of title indb)

EN: Grimms' Fairy Tales

  • 1823/1826 collections uncredited?
  • 1868 Hotten ed. uncredited?

Chatto & Windus, 1913, title page missing -- p[v]-xiv, Introduction, by John Ruskin, M.A.; signed Denmark Hill, Easter, 1868 -- (t.p. missing), p[iii]-iv, Advertisement; signed J.C.H.[otten], Piccadilly



Ewing

Juliana Horatia (Gatty) Ewing 126876 (85)https://lccn.loc.gov/n50010906 = J.H.G. J.H.E. --NEED LC link 
Ebook 17085 List of Works(date?)
HDL 1885 ed. p84-88 [22] with front/back cover
HDL 1887 ed. p84-88 [23] --no Letters; no list of vols 1-18
HDL 1896 ed. p138-44 [24] --continues with Letters (no hit for ^darner^)

UK

The Academy #544 1882-10-07 p251 "[SfPCK New and Recent Publications" "Fcap. 4to, with numerous Woodcuts, papaer boards, with Coloured Pictorial Illustration, 3s. 6d."

-- earliest announcement found -09-23 US

[25] Am Bk 1882-09-15 p548 "[E&JBY] New Books" "By Mrs. Ewing. With numerous illustrations. Small 4to, cloth, 75 cents net." ... footer "[E&JBY] are the Sole Agents in America for this Society's Publications."
rvw "Juvenile Books for the Holidays" Am Bk 13.23 -12-01 "numerous illustrations, and the colored covers bear fantastic designs by R. Andre. (Pott, Young & Co.)"
retailer advert SPCK/Young "12 full-page illustrations small 4to, with a finely designed and colored cover paper boards, $1 05 net; by mail, $1.15." ..."

Internet Archive SPCK/E&JB, no date (with cover; no back pages)

Illustrations (larger, exclg sometimes-elaborate initial caps): front*, v^, 15, 25^, 35, 63, 68, 89, 95, 113, 133, 159, 169^, 183 (13 full-page illus.; half-page v)
Gordon Browne and (?): front
H Harrel - engraver? apparently second signature frontispiece and p133
S. V. Morch X. - p169

Full-page illus. are not reproduced here. Half-page atop preface and initial capitals, etc.

Story collections probably

H 1862 Melchior's dream : and other tales (5) Fo[26]43
H 1869 Mrs. Overtheway's remembrances Fo[27]93
H 1870 The Brownies and other tales [stories] Fo[28]66 + Fo[29]15
H 1877 A great emergency and other tales Fo[30]72
  • 1882 Old-fashioned fairy tales (19?) (1888?) (1896?) Fo[31]44
H 1887 Dandelion clocks and other tales Fo[32]19
H 1891 Last words : a final collection of stories (12) Fo[33]15 HDL

H - full view of some edition at HathiTrust (all except Old-Fashioned Fairy Tales!)


OFFT as 1909? Works v3, 145+132 [34]

Works ... New Library Edition (Little, Brown) I to XI
Vol. III -- OFFT; Brothers of Pity and Other Tales of Beasts and Men ; illus. A. W. Bayes and Gordon Browne

t.p. -- cover title Old Fashioned Fairy Tales and Brothers of Pity -- half-title "Juliana Horatia Ewing's Works // Volume Three // ... -- title page, [iii] (no date) -- Preface, [v]-viii -- Contents, [ix] -- stories, [1]-145 (half-title) -- Preface, [1] -- Contents, [3] -- stories, 5-132 (5 stories)

BL

1882 SPCK 001183218 vii+184
[1920] SPCK
[1920] Bell
1953 Bell

WorldCat Old-Fashioned Fairy Tales

1894 o[35] 169p
x+169 o[36]
19-- vii+125 o[37]
1912? vii+120 o[]
1919 Bell ix+125 o[38]
1920 Bell vii+125+8 o[39]
1920? SPCK ix+125
1953 Bell vii+120+5 o[40] o[41]
1955 vii+120 o[42]
2005 Gutenberg #15592 o[43] --19! stories Ebook #15592
  • London: SPCK; New York: E. & J.B. Young
  • Dedicated to my dear sister, Undine Marcia Gatty. J.H.E.
  • Preface [18 stories] ends with a 19th story "Under the Sun"

others from subsequent publications in list of works (excluding Works volumes)

"Songs for Music, by Four Friends"
"Papa Poodle, and other Pets"
H "Lob Lie-by-the-Fire and other Tales" = v7?
"Brothers of Pity, and other Tales" = v12?
"Baby, Puppy, and Kitty"
"A Great Emergency, and other Tales" = v11?
"Little Boys and Wooden Horses"
? "Mary's Meadow, and other Tales" = v16?
"Melchior's Dream, and other Tales" (Bell & Sons, 1885; expanded) = v1? as expanded?

at HDL

1886 Bell (1 record), Roberts (2 records) --expanded as 13 stories Contents
1895 SPCK (1) - 8 stories
M   Melchior's Dream (1861) [only as by J. H. G.]
B   The Land of Lost Toys (1869)
B   Christmas Crackers (1869)
B   Amelia and the Dwarfs (1870)
O   The Hill-Man and the Housewife (1870) also appeared as:
       Variant: The Hill-man and the House-wife (1870)
       Variant: The Hillman and the Housewife (1870) 
O   The First Wife's Wedding Ring (1870)
dnf   The Little Darner (1871)
O   The Ogre Courting (1871)
O   Knave and Fool (1872) only appeared as:
       Variant: The Knave and the Fool (1997) [as by Juliana H. Ewing] 
O   Good Luck Is Better Than Gold (1875) 
YY-MM LBpp IApp
  1. 75-08 01 01Good Luck is Better Than Gold --indb
  2. 70-05 09a 11a The Hillman and the Housewife --indb Hill-Man canonical from 2018
  3. 70-06 12 16 The Neck: A Legend of a Lake -- AJM, June 1870
  4. 70-04 21 28 The Nix in Mischief -- AJM, April 1870
  5. 70-02 27 36 The Cobbler and the Ghosts -- AJM, February 1870
  6. 71-04 35 45 The Laird and the Man of Peace -- AJM, April 1871
  7. 71-06 45 57 The Ogre Courting --indb
  8. 72-03 53b 68 The Magicians' Gifts --(Magician's per Bibliog) (Gutenberg needs fix) -- AJM, March 1872
  9. 71-02 64b 82 The Widows and the Strangers --(Widow per Bibliog) AJM, February 1871
  10. 69-02 73 93 Kind William and the Water Sprite -- AJM, February 1869
  11. 72-02 81 103 Murdoch's Rath -- AJM, February 1872
  12. [unk] 91 115 The Little Darner --indb
  13. 73-01 99 125 The Fiddler in the Fairy Ring -- AJM, January 1873
  14. 76-04 108 137 "I Won't" [unpunctuated?] --(q marks?) AJM, April 1876
  15. 70-09 116 146 The Magic Jar -- AJM, September 1870
  16. 70-08 123a 155a The First Wife's Wedding-Ring --indb no hyphen from OCLC 938913260 and Bibliog (Gutenberg hyphen)
  17. 76-11 131 166 The Magician Turned Mischief-Maker -- AJM, November 1876
  18. 72-06 136 172 Knave and Fool --indb
  19. 70-07 Under the Sun -- AJM, July 1870

oOCLC: 938913260 as SPCK and New York: Pott, Young, & Co. [1882?] ; vii+184 ; with twelve original designs by A.W. Bayes and Gordon Browne, and other illustrations

a no hyphen b plural, plural

SPCK and E&JB n.d. 188-? Internet Archive with cover -- stories [1]-184 -- (no back pages)

George Macdonald

lws Nick Page 5017 (8)[many] --Phantastes annotations(?) 2008

https://lccn.loc.gov/n2003053287 "LCCN Permalink is temporarily unavailable."--2019-07-01

el   Greville MacDonald 125199 (14)[many]

The Wonderful Goatskin (The Epworth Press, 1944) BL 007563249

Orts (Sampson Low ..., 1882), publisher's catalogue Books by Jules Verne (unnumbered back page 30)

A Dish of Orts: Chiefly Papers on the Imagination, and on Shakespere George MacDonald, LL.D. Enlarged Edition [ie, Orts + 1 essay, pp. 313-22] "The paper on The Fantastic Imagination had its origin in the repeated request of readers for an explanation of things in certain shorter stories I had written. It forms the preface to an American edition of my so-called Fairy Tales. George MacDonald Edenbridge, Kent August 5, 1893

HDL

1882 Sampson Low t.p. with original cover, Sampson Low catalogue p[313-44]
--US ed.--
n.d. Sampson Low The Imagination: Its Functions and Culture, William Shakespeare and Other Essays by the Late George Macdonald, LL.D. --no cover or back pages
p[v] datestapm Jul 29 1912 (UW library)
1893 Sampson Low t.p. --first essay as footnote "1 1867."; the last, no footnote
1895 Sampson Low t.p. --identical except photo portrait frontispiece?
1908 London : Edwin Dalton, 1908 t.p. --illustrated
1996 Whitethorn, Calif. : Johannesen, 1996 catalog description

("fairy tales" "george macdonald") (1920, 11 --spurious) (1924, 24) ("george macdonald" "greville macdonald") (1924, 43 hits

(earliest) Sat Rev 1924-03-15 p278, listing as "recently published or about to be published", biography 21/-
Bookman 1924-05 p113 as "in preparation"; "written by Dr. Greville MacDonald, whose charming fairy stories and novels ... show that he has inherited much of his father's genius."

BL does show several fairy stories, some romances by Greville 1910s/20s

Scotsman -05-24 p6, "George MacDonald: A Centenary Biography" review as 28 illus, 21/- net
same issue p2 "Books Received", listings 7/6 and 6/- "Centenary editions, with prefaces by the writer's son Dr Greville Macdonald."
Observer -05-25 p4 "Books of the Day", biography review by J. C. Squire --"There is more that is valuable and illuminating in Mr. Chesterton's short introduction than in the whole of the stout volume which succeeds it. Mr. Chesterton has noted all the chief things about Macdonald."
Man Gua -05-26 p6 "The George Macdonald Centenary" --biog "kept the critics busy last week" -- Good Words and other magazines 1860s issues with his stories, often "the woodcuts have been taken out by collectors" --Arthur Hughes or others?

US

N Amer Rev 1924-07-01 p352-58 "Biographies of Mystics" Stanley T. Williams review biographies Macdonald (NY: The Dial Press) and William Hale White
[44] NYT 1924-08-24 pBR16 review (no price)

biography with NY publisher, this one as import, Lilith not listed


Lilith T76 Fo[45](153)

LO.£i 1895 Chatto
O..i 1896 2nd --check 1895/1896 newspapers
O..i 1895us Dodd, Mead https://lccn.loc.gov/07018783 -LOC
..i 1896 2nd
1898\c1896 Dodd, Mead o[46]
BLOm£i 1924 Centenary ed.
O.. 1925 Dutton
2008 Dover https://lccn.loc.gov/2008028813 "unabridged republication" of 1895 Dodd, Mead o[227923566]


Phantastes T914434 Fo[47](64) Fo[48](117)

LO. 1858 Smith, Elder
London : Daldy, Isbister, & Co., 1874 --2 vols, unillustrated? https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007705645
Bm£ 1894 Chatto \Bell BL 002309963 014817874 --New edition, illus. J. Bell
NY:Routledge

George MacDonald's Writings with Illustrations on Wood and Steel (22 vols, cloth $1.50; cloth in box $33.00) HDL t.p. Routledge n.d. engr DALZIEL

[49] Book Buyer 1884-11-01 p226 as 21 vols $31.50 (no list of titles) (21 vols also -12-13)
somewhere 1882 as 18 vols $27.00
B.£ 1905 Fifield \Hughes --NEED illus and intro?

New Editions of George Macdonald's Works https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.31822021434055?urlappend=%3Bseq=6 4/6 and 8/6

colorized 2011 https://lccn.loc.gov/2013431111
1911 McKay; with The Portent https://lccn.loc.gov/12018327 LOC o[7543461]
Internet Archive as 1911, no mention of The Portent

Phantastes : front. + full title page p[3], 5-286 --illus. DALZIEL == Routledge 1882 ("Illustrations on Wood and Steel") The Portent half-title page p[287]=III; v-vi, 7-277

1915 Everyman's BL 002309965
1916 Dent; Dutton Internet Archive
1923 reprint BL 007563126 https://lccn.loc.gov/37030962
2005 Dover --14 illustrations selected --q
d$ 2008 Gutenberg
2008 Paternoster --annotated by Nick Page --q
2011 Hy --colorized by Zach Fink --q
2016au retold by Mark Worthing (below) --q
Od$ic 2016us Wipf and Stock


Open Library: Phantastes Phantastes: a faërie romance (Everyman's) BL 002309965

 lw  Mark Worthing 276394 (4)[many] 
2005 The Matrix https://www.amazon.com/Matrix-Revealed-Theology-Trilogy/dp/0975240110 ; AU 2004 o[50]
2016 Narnia https://www.amazon.com/Narnia-Middle-Earth-Kingdom-Mark-Worthing/dp/1498240720 ; AU 2016 o[51]

"Mark Worthing is Dean of Theology and Senior lecturer in theology and ethics at Tabor College, Adelaide, Australia." --About the Author (Amazon product page for a 2004/2005 publication)

This may be the edition secured and destroyed by the author's son Greville MacDonald, prior to arranging the 1905 New Edition illustrated by Arthur Hughes (see at ISFDB). Or that may be the Routledge edition, among George MacDonald's Writings with Illustrations on Wood and Steel (22 vols), is another candidate --unlikely if published in New York only.


The Portent T914435 (novel)

Phantastes ; The Portent --nidb

[1881/1884?] Routledge; with The Portent o[52]

inferred == "George MacDonald's Writings with Illustrations on Wood and Steel" 18/22 vols

[53] American Bookseller 13.21 1882-11-01 p650, "George Routledge & Sons New Books and New Editions"

1882-11, layout suggests as vol 12 of 18

vols 19 to 22: Weighed and Wanting; Donall Grant; Stephen Archer; What's Mine's Mine

The Portent and Other Stories T1120354 (collection), Centenary Fo[54]

Unwin as (c)1890 o[55]
Unwin as [1909] o[56]
Project Gutenberg #

HDL, BL, LCCN

1864 The Portent alone; BL 002309968 HDL (no cover) t.p. verso: "[A portion reprinted from the Cornhill Magazine and completed.]" https://lccn.loc.gov/42047707 -HDL
1874 Daldy, Isbister BL 002309969 "Series: (Works of fancy & imagination. vol. 7.)"
that series is A. Strahan at HDL
1909 collection HDL
1979 Harper & Row https://lccn.loc.gov/79001768


short story collections

Dealings with the Fairies T2183713

BOI. 1867 Strahan, 12 illus Hughes (12 plates by story, 5 2 2 2 1)

US

Strahan
Routledge
Routledge ; Strahan

("dealings with the fairies") (1866, 0) 1867 newspapers (62)

Athenaeum #2049/51 -02-02/16 "Bell & Daldy's List [of New Books]", implied available, 2/6
London: Bell & Daldy, York-street, and
186, Fleet-street.

Spectator -04-06 p397, similarly as "Immediately" ("dealings with the fairies" daldy) --genuine hits to -04-06 Athenaeum -04-27 p563, "New Books Just Published", Strahan, square 16mo. 2/6 Man Gua -12-10 p7 "Christmas Books", noted as one of "several small square volumes" -12-21 New Publications for the Week", this one "New edit." 16mo. 2/6 (US 22-23 25 32-35 48-50 57 59 62) 22. Am Lit -05-15 p46; Announcements, listing as Roberts Brothers 23. Am Lit -05-15 p53; advert as in preparation, Roberts Bros (no price) 25. [57] Am Lit -06-15 p117; advert as new from Routledge; Strahan 24mo $1.00 32/35. Round Table #128/131 -07-06/27 Routledge square 16mo $1.00(2)/$1.25(2) 48. " " Books Received, listed as from Strahan, London (Routledge, New York) (no price) 49. [58] Am Lit -11-15 p43 --Routledge succeed the American business of Strahan "and now import the issues of both houses for this market." (no price) 50. [59] R T review as London: Strahan; New York: Routledge 57. [60] Am Lit -12-02 p107 advert Routledge New Juveniles, this one Square 24mo $1.25 (24mo listings also HCAndersen and another) 59. NYO -12-12 p398 "Gift Books", listed as from Routledge


The Fairy Tales of George MacDonald

O.£ 1904 Fifield, 13 illus. Hughes
1906 reprint
BO.. 1920 G. Allen & Unwin, 13 illus. Hughes
BOm£ 1924 reprint
Ld$ic 2006 Dover, "61 illustrations"
Ad$ic 2013 ebook

LC

1893 Putnam's Light Princess ... https://lccn.loc.gov/04016839
Complete F T ...
1961 Gollancz --niLC 288p
1962\61 Watts (9) https://lccn.loc.gov/62016121
1972 Gollancz https://lccn.loc.gov/73330719 B72-28723
1977\61 Schocken https://lccn.loc.gov/77080272
1999 Penguin https://lccn.loc.gov/98055673

ANTHOLOGY 1987 Five Famous Tales https://lccn.loc.gov/86024063



incl 12 monthly issues 1856 + books 1858--1863

moved out of Fleet Street 1867; "Daldy left the firm (renamed George Bell & Sons) in 1873, to join the firm of Virtue, Spalding, & Daldy." --Wikipedia

apparent true 1st ed., The Little Lame Prince

London Daldy, Isbister, & Co. 56, Ludgate Hill 1874 t.p. (all caps)

Works of Fancy & Imagination

HDL reports mixed imprints Strahan; Daldy
[61] (UIowa) reports mixed imprints Strahan; Daldy
  1. Within and Without ... LL.D. v1; New ed. Chatto 1902
  2. Works ... vol II; New ed. Chatto 1907 (The Disciple; poems as below)
  3. Violin Songs; New ed. Chatto 1909
  4. Parables ... v4; Strahan n.d.
  5. Phantastes 2 ... v6; Daldy, Isbister 1878
  6. Works ... vol VIII; Strahan 1871 ; The Light Princess &c v8 Daldy, Isbister 1874 (3 stories)
  7. Cross Purposes &c v9 Daldy, Isbister 1874 (4 stories)
  8. Cruel Painter &c v10; New ed. Chatto 1905 (6 stories)
[62] (IndianaU 6+1 UMinn)

report from title pages

  1. Works of Fancy ... LL.D. vol II; " " (Songs; The Gospel Women)
  2. Works of Fancy ... LL.D. vol III; " " (Songs; Poems)
  3. Works of Fancy ... LL.D. vol IV; " " (Parables 15, Ballads 6, Scotch 14)
  4. Works of Fancy ... LL.D. vol VI; " " (Phantastes 2)
  5. Works of Fancy ... LL.D. vol V; " " (Phantastes 1)
  6. Works of Fancy ... LL.D. vol X; Strahan 1871 (6 short stories of The Portent and Other Stories)
  7. The Portent ; v7 Strahan



Carnacki • Ebook #10832 may be the source for other publications. • Stories may have been revised for the 1913 collection, which both begins and ends out-of-serial-sequence.

Ebook #10832 contains the revised version of "The Thing Invisible", although that may be revised partly or wholly for its placement as the first story in the 1947 collection.

1947 or 1948?

only 1 hit 1947/1948, namely Vincent Starrett 1948- [63] 1948-09-26 pC6

only hits (carnacki the ghost finder) in search of 1910 newspapers

ForgottenFutures.com Carnacki the Ghost Finder
----.Florence Briscoe 218273 [] --niVIAF https://www.worldcat.org/identities/viaf-27400269/

http://www.forgottenfutures.com/game/ff4/gateway.htm First published January 1910 in The Idler, pp. 403-16, with series banner and 3 illustrations by Florence Briscoe v36 page 403 at HDL

Carnacki the Ghost Finder [incorporated in top banner]
By William Hope Hodgson
Author of [...]
No. 1
The Gateway of the Monster
Illustrated by Florence Briscoe
(Thomas Carnacki, the famous Investigator of "real" ghost stories, tells here his incredible weird experience in the Electric Pentacle)
[head] Copyright by William Hope Hodgson in the United States of America
[no continuation note p416]

Idler 36.10

http://www.forgottenfutures.com/game/ff4/laurels.htm First published February 1910 in The Idler, pp. 515-28, with series banner and 3 illustrations by Florence Briscoe

Carnacki the Ghost Finder [incorporated in top banner]
By William Hope Hodgson
Author of [...]
No. 2
The House Among the Laurels
Illustrated by Florence Briscoe
(Thomas Carnacki, the famous Investigator of "real" ghost stories, tells here the results of his peculiar and weird investigations in The House Among the Laurels)
[foot] Copyright by William Hope Hodgson in the United States of America
[no continuation note p528]

Idler 36.11

http://www.forgottenfutures.com/game/ff4/whistle.htm First published March 1910 in The Idler, pp. 599-611, with series banner and 3 illustrations by Florence Briscoe

Carnacki the Ghost Finder [incorporated in top banner]
By William Hope Hodgson
Author of [...]
No. 3
The Whistling Room*
Illustrated by Florence Briscoe
(Thomas Carnacki, the famous Investigator of "real" ghost stories, tells here the results of his peculiar and weird investigations in The Whistling Room)
[foot] *Copyright in U.S.A. by W. H. Hodgson.
[no continuation note p611]

Idler 36.12

Editor's note concludes "Yet another of those stories will appear in April!"


http://www.forgottenfutures.com/game/ff4/horse.htm First published April 1910 in The Idler, pp. 696-713, with series banner and 3 illustrations by Florence Briscoe

Carnacki the Ghost Finder [incorporated in top banner]
By William Hope Hodgson
Author of [...]
No. 4
The Horse of the Invisible
Illustrated by Florence Briscoe
(Thomas Carnacki, the famous Investigator of "real" ghost stories, tells here the details of a peculiarly frightening experience)
[foot] *Copyright in U.S.A. by W. H. Hodgson.
[no continuation note p713]

Idler 37.1

http://www.forgottenfutures.com/game/ff4/searcher.htm First published June 1910 in The Idler, pp. 996-1012, with series banner and 3 illustrations by Florence Briscoe

Carnacki the Ghost Finder [incorporated in banner drawing]
By William Hope Hodgson
Author of [...]
No. 5
The Search of the End House
Illustrated by Florence Briscoe
(Thomas Carnacki, the famous Investigator of "real" ghost stories, tells here the details of a peculiarly frightening experience) [no change]
[no footnote]
[evidently incomplete p1007, as ProQuest parses; no notice p1012]

Idler 37.3

older

[64] review column Naomi Lewis The Observer 1972-11-26 p37


Hall, Hal W. SCIENCE FICTION BOOK REVIEW INDEX, 1980-1984


Size per Currey

Size from Currey (#30106 at LWCurrey.com 2018-08-15)

  • Consider Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index: 1980-1984, 1st ed., 1st printing, P276279.
  • Consider one source for its bibliographic data, the online dealer product page Currey #30106.

According to the American dealer L. W. Currey, Inc., the size of this book is octavo.



el   William Sansom 13703 (56)


WorldCat records of The Haunted Omnibus (3 with Contents lists)

1616037 - 1937 Farrar & Rinehart
1803147 - 1939 Garden City [PV Rtrace, who notes: Each story is preceded by an introduction credited to "Editor" There are numerous epigrams by various authors throughout the book.]
36291059 - 1998 MJF Books ((c)1965 by arrangement with H. Holt) [Holt presumably acquired the rights via Farrar & Rinehart, later Rinehart, when HRW was organized by merger] ; see also ohttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/865180911 as "(c)1936, (c)1937"


ISFDB The Haunted Omnibus T1068006 --NEED User talk:Rtrace#The Haunted Omnibus

360303 https://lccn.loc.gov/37001268 http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1616037 --1st ed. both with Contents
396661 (Oxford, Canada)
396662 (Cassell, UK) 
396663 (Garden City, 1939) http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1803147 --New ed. with Contents (not in LCCat)
304676 [no Contents list] (MJF Books, 1996) http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/36291059 --with Contents list from LCCN 1937?
-- The brahman, the thief, and the ghost / The Panchatantra (Sanskrit) T1380199
-- Laura / Saki (H.H. Munro)
-- Concerning phantoms / Pliny the Younger (Latin) 
-- The second kalandar's tale / Arabian Nights
-- The story of glam / The Grettissaga (Scandinavian) [from another record "The story of Glam, the Grettissaga (Scandinavian)"]
-- The open window / Saki (H.H. Munro)
-- The grendel episode / Beowulf (Anglo-Saxon)

Oxford, Canada? [65]

we need a solution such as "Oxford (Oxfordshire)" for this, a location rather than a publisher --that to be continued after investigation of our evidently Canadian publisher Oxford.
 lw  Franklin Hoke, grandson 123945 (1)[2] 
 lw  Helen Hoke 10830 (8)[many] --probably born Helen L. Sterling
  Mrs. Helen L. Hoke (LC canonical name as of 1940/1941 evidently) https://lccn.loc.gov/40014815 o[66]
Helen Sterling https://lccn.loc.gov/no97058140 (0)[1] https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no97-058140
Helen Hoke Watts "Watts, Helen L. Hoke"? https://lccn.loc.gov/no97058141 (0)[dnf] https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no97-058141
 lw  Beman Lord 181722 (21) 
LO.$xx 1967
O.$xx 0000 tp --identical front cover, probably by Berson
O.... 1970au --probably identical, as is book 2
LOm$i 1970
O.$ic 1970au PV Clarkmci

WorldCat also reports (no later eds. of book 2)

1. as Melbourne: Nelson, 1983 Young Australia, 13.2 o[67] with 2 ISBN not found at Amazon.com.AU

cover images

1. ABEbooks refurbished dj [68]
2. ABEbooks ex-lib dj [69]
2. ABEbooks book cover [70] --same illus./design as paste-on mauve board

[71] "Spring Books from Walck" NYT 1967-05-07 p375 (abbreviated CSM-05-04, CT-05-07) --panel of 16 inclg several genre [all children?]

[72] "Spring Books from Walck" Was. Post 1970-05-10 p28; this one "Ages 7-11" --panel also published CT -05-17, NYT -05-24; 15 books otherwise non-genre, mainly for young children


 lw  Sheila Moon 236410 (15)[many] 

series Maris --NEED synopsis

LOd$i 1967 1st
LOm.i 1986
Amazon US 1986 pbk reprint, with 1st printing of Deep Roots: "This first book in the trilogy begins Maris' adventures informed by Navajo mythology and a deep stream of age-old wisdom; but her problems and questions all belong to today. Originally written for young people, for whom Sheila Moon had a special interest, this trilogy will capture the imagination and enliven journeys of most adults."
el .Peter Parnall 236411 (67)
LOd.i 1971 1st Hunt Down the Prize (1971)
$ 1971ca --dnf US newspapers
LOm.i 1986
w .Laurel Schindelman 232260 --niLC [5]
LOm.i 1986 Deepest Roots (Fall 1986) --check newspapers
lw .Sue Renfrew 280716 (2)[same 2]

Not found 2018-09-19 (sheila moon) in 1986 newspapers


A Bag of Moonshine

1986-09 us Amazon UK! with cover image
HarperPerennial as 1986 [965391124] ISBN-0006742904
same ISBN as 1992 Amazon UK Voyager; [73] Lions
1995 [74] [75] ISBN-0001844032
[76] NYT 1967-11-05

"Fall Books from Walck"

1965 Puffin --PV ; PS242 [77] as 171p, as 170p [78] [79] [80]

Gomrath also reviewed:

Price from review by Marjorie D. Hamlin Christian Science Monitor 1968-05-02 pB8 (one of 5 children's fiction with some Welsh or Arthurian basis)

A Cavalcade of ... at Kirkus (Walck US eds.)

Witches 1967-02-01 starred K
Goblins 1969-06-01 starred K
Dragons 1971-03-01 K
Sea Legends 1972-03-29 starred K ; K: "A treasury of lore -- prose and poetry, traditional and literary material -- concerning mermaids and monsters, drowned bells and blue men, enchanted seals and dreaded draugs. Immensely rich and strange."
Magicians 1973-06-27 K

[81] Edward Parsons, Toronto Globe and Mail 1971-11-20 p28


The Moon of Gomrath (Magic Carpet Books, 1998) P282367

K as 1961-07-14
K as 1967-09-20, starred
A Cavalcade as 1969-06-01 K, starred
A Bag of Moonshine as 1986-10-24 K, starred

o[82] 1998 as The moon of Gomrath: A Tale of Alderley

NEED return to Magic Carpet Books catalog, back pages of Gomrath

Magic Carpet Books Harcourt Brace & Company 525 B Street, San Diego, CA 92101 15 East 26th Street, New York, NY 10010 Printed in Hong Kong

this ISBN; LCCN 97-32518; letterline "A C E F D B" (1st printing) Contents -- "The Legend of Alderley   1" -- 20 numbered chapters, which span p5-190 evidently -- "Note   191", which spans p191-94 Unnumbered promotion, p[195-98] -- header "Let your imagination fly with the best in fantasy" over "Magic Carpet Books" logo -- about 20 listings by ISBN and price Back cover credits cover illustration (c)1998 Ed Gazsi, design Lisa Peters; displays "Ages 10 up" and price $6.00


1895 (shdbe moved here)

User:Pwendt#Miss Pickerell

Minuteman Library Network

2018-09-19 A Cavalcade of [83] (5 titles, missing Witches and Dragons) (no "Hamish Hamilton Book" titles)

2018-09-19 A Book of AND Manning-Sanders [84] (numerous, perhaps complete)


Minuteman - Selden

Genie of Sutton Place
CAM https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1629044 [1973]
https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2275950 1984\1973 $3.50
https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb3423626 2014
Oscar Lobster
CAM https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1332212 c1966 1973 printing H&R 0065160738

Minuteman - Ormondroyd

Time at the Top
https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1415336 1986 c1963
https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2205508 2003 1st
All in Good Time
https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1701008 c1975

Omni

CAM https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb3026842 2011
David and the Phoenix
ARL https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2086677 c2000 1st
CAM https://find.minlib.net/iii/encore/record/C__Rb3140442 c2005
also 2002 audio, 2007 audio
Edward Ormondroyd

User:Pwendt/People#Edward Ormondroyd

1960 The Tale of Alain (genre?) o[85] at Amazon

1957 David and the Phoenix K

LOKd$i- 1957
LC
indb 1957 2000(2) 2009 ...
Fo[86] 1957; 1958 Weekly Reader CBC; 1965; 2000 ...

2000 ISBN-1930900007 1930900015 1930900139

2012 at Amazon

Amazon.com with cover image 2018-09-10

1930900-00-7 as Purple House special hc 2000-08-22
1930900-01-5 as Purple House tp 2001-01-01
1930900-58-9 as Purple House tp 2012-01-11 "The only edition authorized by Edward Ormondroyd, including a foreword he also wrote. Fully illustrated with the original drawings by Joan Raysor."
163596-094-0 as Start Publ 2017-03-31 tp (all with "Look inside" this one)
1515433404 as SMK 2018-04-03 hc

WorldCat

Macmillan [1965 (c)1957] o[87]
1930900-13-9 as Purple House special 2000, one record with thumbnail o[88]
1930900-13-9 as Purple House 2nd 2001, different thumbnail o[89]
2002 audio, 2005 Purple 1930900-01-5, 2007 audio, 2008 Wilder, 2009e gutenberg o[ 746977702], 2012e Start 160977-2954 162558-0193, 2012 Purple, 2013e Hamburg, 2014e SMK, 2014 SMK, 2017e Dancing

ISFDB

1957 2000 00 09 09 09 10 11 12 12 14 14 14 14 16

series: Time at the Top

1963 Time Fo[90](11) 1963 76 82 86 2003 11omni
LC 1963 2003
indb 1963 76 81 82 86 2003 11 + Parnassus unk/undated 6th

OCLC as 1963

o[91] ISBN-0395276985 (1963 lib bdg at Amazon, as "Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (June 1, 1963)")
o[92] 1930900198 (2003 Anniv. hc at Amazon) 039526698X (another work at Amazon)


All in Good Time -- 1975, no image at ABEbooks (3 trade, 11 library)

1975 All
Fo[93](5) 1975 83
LC 1975, two ISBN --trade hc --q
indb 1975 1983 2011 + Parnassus unk/undated 9th

At Amazon (no cover images) 1975 0-87466-072-6 0-87466-073-4 (library binding?) ; 1983 0553209183 mmp

2011 omnibus P363020


Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

T172465 (as a single story, 3 parts in 1)

2008 Puffin at Amazon w dark cover; "Look inside" shows back cover w matching ISBN-13

o[94] "Aeonian Press" Fo[95]
Puffin or Aeonian?

Amazon US (omitting some 1968 movie tie-in or -inspired products), with cover image only

[96] 1964 RH weekly reader presents 111p
[97] 1964 RH Book Club (BCE/BOMC) edition (1964) --p
[98] 1964 Glidrose Adventure #1 46p
[99] 1967 RH movie tie-in
[100] 1968-06 RH by Al Perkins Ian Fleming's CCBB
[101] 1968 Ian Fleming's
[102] 1968-10 RH by Al Perkins Meet CCBB
[103] 1968 Whitman by William Johnston
[104] 1968 Whitman
[105] 1968 Little Golden Book
[106] 1969 Scholastic
[107] 2015 CreateSpace Adventure #2

2014 50th anniversary facsimile http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1024318112 http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1024319649


Miss Pickerell

--NEEDs consolidation with User:Pwendt#Miss Pickerell

Very few "Miss Pickerell" hits after 1972 (adaptation)

News & Newspapers !only LCJ 1976-11-07 p78 ; [108] LAT 1976-12-10
Magazines [109] Price from Childhood Education 60:3 (1984-01-01) p207ff --done #15 and Burningham WitW

ThriftBooks (and ".." Archway Pocket Books printings(?) at Amazon)

1  59-1 Jan51 94p
   .18-2 Oct80 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..18-2 US Sep80 no9 (nocover) ; CANADA same
2  54-0
   .19-0 Dec80 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..19-0 US Nov80 (nocover) ; CANADA another work!
3  58-3
   .20-4 Apr81 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..20-4 US -- (nocover) ; CANADA Apr81 nocover
4  64-8 Jan64 ---- ---- Miss Pickerell travels to the Arctic by snowmobile to rescue several scientists
   .21-2 Feb81 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..21-2 US Jan81 Arch#11 $1.75? ; CANADA nocover --q
 oOCLC 15853609 French-language (c)1976 Amazon FR as mixed

5  51-6 Jan65 ---- $6.95
 44230-9
 44230-9 US Jan80 Arch#1 maple $1.95 (cover text shows 56068-9) ; CANADA same
   .68-9 Jan80 ---- (ill) "Unknown" Arch#1 maple 
  ..68-9 US 80 Arch#1 maple $1.95? ; CANADA shows US cover 56068-9 $1.75
6  74-5
   .22-0 Jul80 ---- ($1.95) "Simon Pulse" Arch#7 maple 
  ..22-0 US Jul80 Pocket Arch#7 maple $1.95 ; CANADA same
 54822-0(?) almost legible on that front cover; such ISBN niW niA; noted at P22407 ; CANADA same
7  71-0 Jan68 144p $5.95 The heroine helps her friend Mr. Rugby in his latest project of ocean farming and tries to save it from failure
   .24-7 Aug80 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..24-7 US Jul80 no8 (nocover) ; CANADA no cover
8  70-2
 45357-2 Arch#2
 45357-2 US Jun82 Arch#2 $1.95 ; CANADA same
  ..27-1 US 80 Arch#2 $1.95? (cover text shows 45357-2) ; CANADA shows US, earlier, but illegible 
9  77-X
   .28-X Mar80 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..28-X US Feb80 Arch#3 maple $1.95 ; CANADA same
Miss Pickerell gets involved with cloned bulls, kidnappers and explaining scientific responsibility to the Governor and Mayors.
10 82-6 Jun76 160p ---- Miss Pickerell gets involved with cloned bulls, kidnappers and explaining scientific responsibility to the Governor and Mayors.
   83-4
  ..29-8 US Mar80 Arch#4 maple $1.95? (looks like 56029-9) ; CANADA same, cleaner image
11 86-9 Jan77 160p $9.95 Earthquakes in a nearby county and the disappearance of three earthquake-prevention scientists bring Miss Pickerell on the run to tackle the crises.
   87-7
   .25-5 May80 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
  ..25-5 US May80 (nocover) ; CANADA nocover
Earthquakes in a nearby county and the disappearance of three earthquake-prevention scientists bring Miss Pickerell on the run to tackle the crises.
12 88-5 Jan78 157p $10.95
 55719-X Jan80 ---- (ill) "Pocket" Arch#6 (thumbnail maple)
 55719-X US 80 Arch#6 $2.25 ; dnf CANADA
  ..26-3 US May80 supertanker library bound (Arch#6 illeg) ; CANADA same
Miss Pickerell makes a horrifying discovery. A supertanker has run aground and threatens all the wildlife.
13 89-3 Jan80 173p $10.95 Greatly upset when the antique car fair parade is cancelled because of the energy crisis, Miss Pickerell launches a vigorous campaign for the use of a fuel substitute developed by her nephew
 43251-6 Dec81 ---- "Simon Pulse" 
 43251-6 US Nov81 (nocover) ; CANADA nocover
When the antique car fair parade is called off because of the energy crisis, Miss Pickerell campaigns vigorously for the use of a fuel substitute thought up by her nephew.
14 91-5 Jan82 160p $8.95 Miss Pickerell is joined by her nephew and a team of his classmates as she tries to discover what is causing the mysterious attack on the western side of Square Toe Mountain.
15 92-3 Jan83 160p ---- While traveling on the Space Shuttle, Miss Pickerell discovers that it is hauling a spy satellite programmed to spread nuclear reactor fragments.
16 41-1 Oct84 136p $12.99 "Scholastic" As supermaket prices begin rising mysteriously, Miss Pickerell, attempting to solve the mystery, finds herself caught in the middle of a war of the computers.
17 29-7 Oct86 160p $12.99 "Scholastic" When a Flood in Square Toe Country washes in a strange creature, Miss Pickerell goes on a perilous journey to return it to its native habitat.

--q 2018-08-08

#6 1980 as Archway #7 
#10 Lib (later redo #10)

Which eds./printings do we now have?

5 Moon 1965 also one ISBN :MH51 ? ;; ARCH #1
   1 1L  1980pv (Arch#1)
6 Dig 1966 Amazon US ; also  another ASIN, trade ISBN, lib ISBN :MH73/74 ? ;; ARCH #7
   1  1980 (Arch #7) --q
7 Harvests the Sea 1968
   1 
8 Weather 1971-06 (2 hits 1970 to present) ;; ARCH #2
   1 --q
9 Mr. H.U.M. (0 newspaper hits after 1972 'miss pickerell') ;; ARCH #3
   1 --q  :MH77/78 0-07-044577-X and 8-8 lib? no image ;; ARCH #3
10 Bull 1976 (2 hits, done) :MH82/83 0-07-044582-6 and 3-4 ;; ARCH #4
   1 1L --1st NEEDs redo w ref 1L
11 Earthquake 1977 (0) :MH86/87 0-07-044586-9 and 7-7 ;; ARCH #5  
   1 1L 
12 Supertanker 1978 (0) :MH88 0-07-044588-5 (last four from MH issued one ISBN only) ;; ARCH #6
   1
13 Energy Crisis 1980 (0) :MH89 0-07-044589-3
   1
14 Trail (0) :MH91 0-07-044591-5  (90-7 dnf Amazon, niW)
   1 
15 Blue Whales 1983 (1 hit) :MH92 0-07-044592-3
   1

disclaimers

as "Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Pub Llc (February 1, 1982)"
Not found 2018-08-07 in automated search of newspapers



Michael Jennings --nidb (4)[4 +4 spurious]

https://lccn.loc.gov/n81022048 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n81-022048

Mattie Fritts series; former Louisvillean Michael Jennings, Mattie Fritts and the Cuckoo Caper (Bobbs-Merrill, 87 pp, $6.95) --brief review Louisville Courier-Journal 1976-11-07 p78
the Flying Mushroom https://lccn.loc.gov/72002149 o[110] (London 1974 o[111]) Kirkus 1973-05-29 ; at Amazon
the Cuckoo Caper https://lccn.loc.gov/75030872 o[112] Kirkus 1976-09-13 ; at Amazon no image

Liberty

SFE3: Liberty Bernarr MacFadden--nidb


Vivien Alcock 3408

L represents one LC catalog record (22) (for 13 works, her 13 widely held in libraries)

ik+ t LLThe Haunting of Cassie Palmer (1980)[a] --K 1982-04-01 ambiguous == Title 
ik+ 8 LLThe Stonewalkers (1981)[a] --K 1983-03-01 fantasy == Title 
i   5 3LThe Sylvia Game (1982) -- suspense, at least ambiguous
i   e L Ghostly Companions: A Feast of Chilling Tales (1984)
 k+ 1 LLThe Cuckoo Sister (1985)[a] --K* 1986-04-18 non-genre suspense 
    7 L Travellers by Night (1985); Travelers by Night --YYYY? (c)1983 o[113] nongenre
        Wait and See (1986) --44p magic o[114]
ik? 6 L The Mysterious Mr. Ross (1987)[a] --K 1987-09-25 "realistic"; "tension between imagination and reality" == Title 
ik? 4 L A Kind of Thief (1988)[a] --K 1992-02-01 non-genre suspense == Title 
ik+ 2 LLThe Monster Garden (1988)[a] --K* 1988-09-01 sf == Title 
i ?15   The Thing in the Woods (1989) --96p ? o[115]
 k+ 3 LLThe Trial of Anna Cotman (1989)[a] --K* 1990-02-01 non-genre suspense 
   16   The Dancing Bush (1991) --novella; fantasy per Eccleshare; o[116] 
ik+ 9 L Singer to the Sea God (1992)[a] --K 1993-02-01 Greek-mythical == Title 
   17   Othergran (1993) --61p non-genre o[117]
i o w LLThe Face at the Window (1994); US ed., Stranger at the Window (1998)[3] --non-genre apparently o[118] == Title 
        The Wrecker (1994) --88p non-genre o[119] 
ik+ h LLTime Wreck (1996); US ed., The Red-Eared Ghosts (1997)[4][a] --K 1997-04-01 time-travel fantasy == Title 
      The Silver Egg (1997) --75p swans o[120]
    f A Gift on a String (1998) --41p magic o[121]
      Ticket to Heaven (2000) --156p collection? some fantasy o[122]
      The Boy Who Swallowed a Ghost (2001) --77p ? presumably o[123]
el   Vivien Alcock [124] (22)
el   R. L. Stine 893 (430 +17 +) = Jovial Bob Stine, perhaps for very youngsters only
el  .John Burningham 7781 (97)
---- Sully Roberds, ed. 229168 --niLC niW
 lw  Marjorie Barrows, ed. 10992 (80)[] = R.M. Barrows and 4 pseudonyms
Alden (1) children's picture book writer https://lccn.loc.gov/n2007085770 
Ames (1) editor https://lccn.loc.gov/n2007085771
Dixon (6) another very young children's writer https://lccn.loc.gov/n2007085773
Graham (3+) as editor? https://lccn.loc.gov/n2007085776
 lw  Garrett Oppenheim 16139 (1)[] --another contributor to Liberty May 1950
elsf Tanith Lee 105 (71)
 lw .Noela Young 9957 (24) 
 lws Dora Pantell 7830 (19)
el   Frances Frost 227371 (36)
el   Lynn Poole 101809 (31)
elsf John Keir Cross 6602 (15) 

series The Angry Planet (1945, 1954)

1945 https://lccn.loc.gov/46017067 o[125]
1946us https://lccn.loc.gov/46007564 o[126]

Both library records linked below (LCCN and OCLC) report 24cm.

Library records (none with printing statements) report US publications: • size 21cm: OCLC Fiction Finder (Coward-McCann, [1945]), OCLC Fiction Finder (Coward-McCann, [1946]) OCLC Fiction Finder (Junior Literary Guild, (c)1946) • size 24cm: Template:LCCN and OCLC Fiction Finder (Coward-McCann, [1946])

1954uk SOS from Mars

o[127] SOS from Mars : a first-hand account of the second and third Martian expeditions by the spaceships "Albatross" and "Comet" ; compiled from notes and records by various members of the exploring parties, the whole revised by Stephen MacFarlane and now fully assembled and edited by John Keir Cross ; cf o[128] o[129]



User:Pwendt/Series#Miss Pickerell created 2018-08-05

el   Scott Corbett 7188 (74)

Trina Schart, All Kinds of Signs, 1963 picture book in several educational programs o[62240437] o[268676326] o[6653890] o[4025343]

els  Seymour Reit 110751 (19) 

early Golden Books 1960 https://lccn.loc.gov/60004082 ; 1961 https://lccn.loc.gov/61011966 ; 1961 94pp https://lccn.loc.gov/61013291 ; 1962 https://lccn.loc.gov/62009857 ; 1962 68pp https://lccn.loc.gov/62010338 ; 1963 All Kinds of Signs

Ben Shecter,

1974 The Whistling Whirligig

Louise Lawrence

1974 The Wyndcliffe
1975us The Wyndcliffe
1977us-only? Sing and Scatter Daisies --UK ed. not found 2018-08-05 anywhere 1976 1978


el f Josephine Poole 4942 (18) 
LO. -- 1965 Moon Eyes 1st, 1st US, Title
LOd$ic- 1967us at Amazon ISBN-0316713333 as 1967-06-01 no image no image
1972 The Visitor K starred ; trade hardcover at Amazon w cover image ; EoF "In The Visitor: A Story of Suspense (1972) an adolescent boy discovers his tutor is in fact an ancient deity (> Time Abyss) who requires Human Sacrifice from his worshippers."
m$--C 1972us trade hc
1972us library hc

UK ed.?

retellings/adaptations

Puss in Boots, 1988 UK o[130] 24p ; 1989 US o[131] 22p
The Sleeping Beauty, 1988 UK o[132] 28p ; 1989 US o[133]
Snow White, 1991 (UK) 30p o[134] o[135] ; 1992 (US) o[136]  ; (French) 32p o[137] o[138]
Pinocchio YYYYuk o[139] ; 1994us o[140] 91p
The Water Babies 1996us o[141] 96p ; 1998us o[142] 96p



Thursday 0802 : waste hours on Nathaniel Benchley at Wikipedia

ASIN: B0000CMS8Y --both UK and US

multiple articles Feb12 to Apr07 1965, some as a Spring book, some full reviews and some more biographical on the occasion of his book tour (Baltimore late March, Washington early April)

1974 Pyramid Ladder edition o[143]

ABEbooks "Basis for the 1967 film The Spirit is Willing directed by William Castle and starring Sid Caesar, Vera Miles and Barry Gordon."

el f.Charles Addams 7218 (28)
elsf Louise Lawrence 1649 (18)
 lw .Neil Waldman 26315 (54) 

later annotate title records; and publication record for Amazon no longer identifies a publisher (Paw Prints, 2008) -- NEED 1st ed., 1980

el   Paul Fleischman 30561 (48)
el   Nathaniel Benchley 221807 (52) --
el   Rosemary Wells 149419 (241) --well-known illustrator but writer too
 l  .Ben Shecter (no 'ch') 244078 (55)
 l   Annie Parnell 233556 (3)[dnf] --great granddaughter
el   Ann M. Martin 9066 (366) --co-author
 lw  Anne MacDonald Canham 257206 (1)[3 records/ 1 known work] --daughter
el   Betty MacDonald 9109 (29) --creator of Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle
 lw .Kathy Jacobi 277664 (5) = Kathryn Jacobi?

2019-06: Some or all of these are Harper[]Trophy authors.

ell  Herbie Brennan 4222 (26+21+1) = J.H.

Shiva 1989 as 1990 Lippincott o[144], two ISBN o[145]; as 1992 Harper Trophy o[146] "consultant Joyce Pope"

Stonewords as 1991 HarperTrophy o[147]

0-06-440 at ISFDB as Harper & Row, HarperTrophy (as of 2018-09-17)

Harper & Row

Three Beloved P70833
Yep, Dragon #1 P10991

HarperTrophy

publ series A Trophy Chiller [148] - 6 from 1992-10 = 447 93 560 86 616 46
006440 (many)
[18] {11} 0064400 - 5 later/unknown = 142 55 56 82"
[26] {13} 0064401 - 11 from 1994/unk = 117 21 24 33 33 49 70 77 78 84 86
[11] {8} 0064402 - 2 from 1991 = 227 45
[13] {7} 0064403 - 6 from 1991 = 311 14 54 86 87 98
[19] {1} 0064404 - 17 from 1991/unk = 410 18" 41 45" 46 47 77" 83 85 86 90 93 94 [99 Narnia]
[29] {2} 0064405 - 20 from 1994/unk = 505"] 11 14 19 20 21 25 56 57 58 59 60 62 76 86" 93 95"
[25] 0064406 - 25 more from 1995/unk = 602 04"" 12 13 14 16 21 26 27 29 33 40 41 42 43 44 46 53 54 71 78 87 97
[17] 0064407 - 17 more from 1998/unk = 700 05"" 20" 33 48 59 64" 68 69 73 74 80 92
[9] 0064408 - 9 from 1999 = 838 40 47 48 52 54 63 67 88
[17] 0064409 - 17 from 2000 = 925 35 [39 40 42 43 44 45" 46 Narnia again, missing one]
[##] number of publication records this ISBN (some duplicate)
{#; #} number of publication records this ISBN as "Harper Trophy"; number of distinct ISBN if different
0064400 {11, 10} 027 34 41 46 62 64 65 75" 82 84 (+ above 142 55 56)
0064401 {13, 12} 130 40 49 64 65 66 67 68" 70 77 78 88 (+ above 117 21 24 33 84 86)
0064402 {8} 214 16 20 22 45 84 87 89 (+ above 227)
0064403 {7} 334 35 44 54 64 92 96 (+ above 311 14 86 87 98)
0064404 {1} 409 [1991]
0064405 {2} 502 504 [1998 Narnia] --must be "HarperTrophy" PV Don Erikson (2)
0064406/07/08/09 {0}

There may be yet others in the database as Harper & Row or HarperCollins --neither Harper Trophy nor HarperTrophy.

Other IBSN in database

Avon Books / HarperCollins : 899--910 842" 799 952 804 808-10
HarperCollins
HarperCollins (Australia)
HarperTempest (3): 795 796 797
Joanna Cotler Books / HarperCollins (7): 772 745 744 733 839 932 697
Starwanderer / Harper & Row (1): 227



Kathy Jacobi = Katherine = Kathryn? https://lccn.loc.gov/n79-103471 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n79-103471

Kathryn Jacobi, born 1947 https://www.getty.edu/vow/ULANFullDisplay?find=&role=&nation=&subjectid=500331558

Half-a-Moon Inn

1980 Harper & Row o[149] ISBN-0060219173 0060219181 0064403645
c1980 HarperTrophy o[150] ISBN-0064403645 J364? ISBN-0329026933
c1980 HarperCollins o[151] ISBN-0060219181 0060219173
c1980 Scholastic o[152] ISBN-0590319353 ; o[153] 1982 c1980
[1991] (c) 1980 Harper Trophy o[154] ISBN-0064403645
[1991, 1980] (c)1980 ebook o[155] ISBN-9780062283658

https://www.amazon.com/Half-Moon-Inn-Paul-Fleischman-ebook/0062283658

At Amazon.com

0060219173 -- https://www.amazon.com/Half-Moon-Inn-Paul-Fleischman/dp/0060219173 as Hardcover 1980-03-01 (w Harpercrest image)
0060219181 -- https://www.amazon.com/Half-Moon-Inn-Paul-Fleischman/dp/0060219181 as Library Binding (w later cover)
0064403645 indb https://www.amazon.com/Half-Moon-Inn-Paul-Fleischman/dp/0064403645 --q to be continued; later clone as 1980
0590319353 -- https://www.amazon.com/Half-Moon-Inn-Paul-Fleischman/dp/0590319353 as Paperback 1982-08-01 w image
0329026933 -- niAmazon
078872066X indb 1998 audio --q
9781439548158 indb --niWorldCat at Amazon as ASIN (see the next)
9780062283658 indb at amazon as ASIN https://www.amazon.com/Half-Moon-Inn-Paul-Fleischman-ebook/dp/B00B72CG3O --q NEED return (Paw Prints P0062283658)
9781464043901 (c) o[156]

NO LARGE PRINT yet

hits ebook at Amazon as 2013-09-24 $4.99 ; with "Look inside" that includes half-title, t.p. verso, back cover (no title page) ; ASIN B00B72CG3O (no ISBN)
dlw  Myron Levoy 5391 (11) 
Witch of Fourth Street Fo[157]
1988 Magic Hat Fo[158]


 lw  William E. Warren 239335 (5 among more multiple WEW) 

Relying entirely on LC Online Catalog and WorldCat library records, 2018-07-29:

• This is the second of three "Not-So-Scary Stories" collections written by Warren and illustrated by Frascino

The Graveyard and Other ... (1984) o[159]
The Thing in the Swamp and More ... (1984) Fo[160]
Footsteps in the Fog: Still More ... (1985) o[161]

--LC Online Catalog records cover these and no others; WorldCat records cover these and probably no others (July 2018)
• Warren wrote and Neil Waldman illustrated two collections of "True Stories of the Unexplained"

The Headless Ghost: ... (1986) Fo[162]
The Screaming Skull: ... (1987) Fo[163]


1968

https://search-proquest-com.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/docview/1306935108/484693CC64294CBEPQ/5?accountid=11311] The New Statesman 1968-11-01 p591-92 Alan Garner "Real Mandrakes in Real Gardens" (full review)
The Guardian 1968-12-06 p12 Isabel Quigly "Christmas Books for Children: Forward from Fairyland"
[164] The Observer 1968-12-08 p30 Naomi Lewis "Beasts of Air and Darkness", ..., Christopher Wordsworth "Myth and Moonshine"


John Gordon 5835 (11) series Jonk & Bill

The Giant Under the Snow

1968 https://lccn.loc.gov/72179149
1970us https://lccn.loc.gov/74105479

o[165] --best available for both US eds.!

   The House on the Brink (1970) https://lccn.loc.gov/72175153 ; 1971us https://lccn.loc.gov/73135784

The Ghost on the Hill 1976 https://lccn.loc.gov/77355627 ; 1977us https://lccn.loc.gov/76028316

   The Edge of the World (1983) 1983us https://lccn.loc.gov/83002783
   The Quelling Eye (1986)
   Gilray's Ghost (1996)
   The Flesh Eater (1998)
   The Midwinter Watch (1998)
   Fen Runners (2009) 

The Burning Baby ... 1993us https://lccn.loc.gov/92054579 Left in the Dark 2006us https://lccn.loc.gov/2006923291

Emily the Strange
 lw .Buzz Parker 277242 (10) 
 lws Rob Reger 144408 (13) 
 lw  Jessica Gruner 144409 (6) 

emily the strange, #1-4


Mary Rodgers
el   Heather Hach 205384 (2)
el   Mary Rodgers 7928 (44)

Andrews Family

1972 Freaky Friday Fo[166] https://lccn.loc.gov/74183158 ; 1988 https://lccn.loc.gov/87030842 ; 1999? https://lccn.loc.gov/00265690 ; 1999?

K as 1972-04-12

Annabel Andrews book series at Amazon

Amazon

0060250488 [167] as Unknown 1972 (true, bad image) ; o[168] as 136 pp
0060250496 [169] as Library Binding 1972 (true, bad image)
0060803924 [170] 1977 Perennial Library ed. o[171] --q
9780812428346 [172] as Library Binding ; 1973 o[173] as 1st HarperTrophy ed.
0064400468 [174] as Bowen Press, pbk 2009-04-07 (true, cover and Look inside)
1974 A Billion for Boris Fo[175] https://lccn.loc.gov/74003586 ; 1999? https://lccn.loc.gov/99187111 ; ESP TV 1999 https://lccn.loc.gov/99071634

K as 1974-10-01

A billion for Boris : also known as ESP TV may be interpreted as the full title of the 2003 HarperTrophy ed.

ISBN 0241892090 o[176] 1975 hc at Amazon UK

ISBN 0426119223 o[177] 1977 tp at Amazon US and Canada

1982 Summer Switch Fo[178] https://lccn.loc.gov/79002690

K as 1982-09-22 with later cover image ... A boy and his father literally find themselves in each other's shoes.

2010 Freaky Monday (Rodgers and Heather Hach) Fo[179] https://lccn.loc.gov/2008044397

at Kirkus as 2009-05-05



More reviews of Leon Garfield, The Ghost Downstairs

brief [180] The Observer 1972-05-28 p33 "Children's Books" by Naomi Lewis; "of its kind it seems a small masterpiece", illustrations too
full [181] The Spectator 1972-08-19 p289 "Faust in the Nursery" by Russell Hoban, as "his second adult book" !
(this one not reviewed) [182] New Statesman 84:2173 (1972-11-10) p689; see mainly Nicholas Tucker for older children

The Haunted Mountain at ABEbooks.co.uk

two with seller image of cover, both as 1974 printing (one unclipped L2.00)

https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=2958422005
https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=18268069403

brown cloth boards, described only as 1974 and 1979

US eds.

https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=7329843702 (seller image, 1st US library, ex-lib; Decorative Cloth and dustjacket) --q

NEED note the dec. cloth and dj

https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=19987195151 (seller image, 1st US, clipped)
https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=6542930744 (1st US ed. signed 28.6.1972)


The Haunted Mountain --published 1st in the US apparently

[183] 1972-05-07 pBRA5, 24 Robert Nye
[184] Irish Times 1972-09-30 p8 Rosemarie Doyle
[185] New Statesman 1972-11-10 p689ff Robert Nye, et al
[186] The Guardian 1972-12-07-p19 Philippa Pearce on varieties of fantasy


Harper Trophy

2019-06-29 --unknown material in preceding section pertains here
see also User:Pwendt/Publishers/Harper
Harper Junior Books
User:Pwendt/Publishers#Harper Trophy

early "Harper Trophy" in the database 2018-09-12

O.$ c Freaky Friday 	1973-00-00 	Mary Rodgers 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440046-8 / J46 	$1.25 	145 	tp?	novel 	Edward Gorey 	 
Om$i  The Walking Stones: A Story of Suspense 	1973-03-00 	Mollie Hunter 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440034-4 / J34 	$1.25 	143 	tp?	novel 		 
Om$i  The Haunted Mountain: A Story of Suspense 	1973-11-00 	Mollie Hunter 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440041-7 	$0.95 	125 	tp?	novel 		 
O.$i  The Mother Market 	1975-00-00 	Nancy Brelis 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440062-X / J62 	$1.50 	145 	tp?	novel 		 
-m$ic The Giant Under the Snow 	1975-04-00 	John Gordon 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440064-6 / J64 	$1.50 	  	tp?	novel 	Antony Maitland 	 
-m$   A Billion for Boris 	1976-04-00 	Mary Rodgers 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440075-1 	$1.50 	211 	tp?	novel 		 
(oop PV) A Stranger Came Ashore: A Story of Suspense 	1977-00-00 	Mollie Hunter 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440082-4 	$3.99 	163 	tp?	novel 	Lisa Falkenstern 
Om$i  The Haunting of Ellen: A Story of Suspense 	1977-03-00 	Catherine Sefton 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440084-0 / J84 	$1.50 	146 	tp?	novel 		 
 .    No Flying in the House 	1982-00-00 	Betty Brock 	Harper Trophy 	0-06-440130-8 	  	144 	tp?	novel

indb with Catalog ID J##: 34 46 62 64 84 (ID missing, 41 75 82 [130])

1982 "No Flying" #130: cover image shows no price/series/logo


1972 [187] "Harper Junior Books" [Spring '72] NY Times 1972-05-07 pBRA9
closing, "Harper Trophy Books // Write for brochure of 21 outstanding Harper Junior Novels now in paperback."
1973 [188] NY Times 1973-05-06 p477

Price from listing in "Harper Junior Books Spring '73" NY Times 1973-05-06 pBR11 (catalogued as p477)

p477 (Book Review p11, or pBR11)
all 1st eds., note "Harper Trophy Books // Paperback editions of popular Harper novels for young people (ages 7 up). Write for catalog describing the 38 titles now available--plus the boxed set of 9 Little House Books."

o[189] Harper Trophy

closing, "Harper Trophy Books // ... Write for a catalog describing the 38 titles now available--plus the boxed set of 9 Little House Books." ; HARPERCREST ...
1973 [190] Was Post 1973-11-11 pCBW6C "8 New Harper Trophy Books" Autumn '73 --inclg fsf J-41 to 48
J-41 Hunter, The Haunted Mountain: A Story ... $0.95 (all others $1.25) T2006967
J-42 Langton, The Diamond in the Window $1.25 T25091
J-43 Fane, The Power of Stars $1.25
J-46 Rodgers, Freaky Friday $1.25 P398267
J-48 White, The Trumpet of the Swan $1.25 ISBN 0064400484 o[191] at Amazon US as 1973-10-31, UK as 1973-09 (image of later printing?);
at Amazon US as 1970-06-17 Library Binding
 lw .Edward Frascino 108760 (34) 
"For a catalog of the 46 Trophy Books now available write: ..."
  • For ISBN 006440062X as of 2018-07-29: WorldCat (OCLC, below) reports this work, as Harper & Row (c)1966, A Harper Trophy book. Amazon reports (all with the om US Amazon reports (all three with images that show boxed set "Three Books for Children by E.B. White"; containing Harper Trophy books J55, J56, J48; with <a href="51uqunsDXNL.jpg">back cover</a> showing ISBN 0-06-440062-X)
    (US) "Three Books for Children By E. B. White Paperback – 1975", "HARPER & ROW (1975)"
    (UK) "Three Books for Children by E.B. White Paperback – 1 Nov 1988", "HarperTrophy (1 Nov. 1975)"
    (CA) "Mother Market Paperback – Nov 1988", "HarperTrophy (November 1988)"
    (See "Other sites" in the left margin for Amazon sites by ISBN.) Amazon
    https://www.amazon.com/Mummy-Market-Nancy-Burns-Brelis/dp/B0007DX67Y ISBN-006020639X ASIN B0007DX67Y as "Hardcover – 1966"
    https://www.amazon.com/Mummy-Market-Nancy-Burns-Brelis/dp/006020639X ISBN-006020639X as "Library Binding – October, 1966"
    White omnibus or box
    https://www.amazon.com/Three-Books-Children-B-White/dp/006440062X ISBN-006440062X as E.B. White omnibus with back-boxed image
    https://www.amazon.com/Three-Beloved-Classics-Charlottes-Trumpet/dp/0064400611 ISBN-006440062X as E.B. White omnibus
    1975 Three Beloved P70833 ; o[192] as [1972] Harper Trophy 61 ; o[193] as 1973-80 boxed set of Harper Trophy
    no date Three Books P554897 PV Nihonjoe
    Three Beloved Classics --all 5 hits at Amazon 2018-08-01 tp, 1996) ISBN-10: 0064400611 https://www.amazon.com/Three-Beloved-Classics-Charlottes-Trumpet/dp/0064400611 ASIN: B01FGOQMMO "1861" https://www.amazon.com/Three-Beloved-Classics-Charlottes-1996-06-14/dp/B01FGOQMMO hc, 2000) ISBN-10: 0060292830 https://www.amazon.com/Three-Beloved-Classics-B-White/dp/0060292830 tp, 2000) ASIN: B000OEC1JA https://www.amazon.com/Three-Beloved-Classics-B-White/dp/B000OEC1JA tp, 1975) ASIN: B013ILX5D6 "1600" https://www.amazon.com/Charlottes-Stuart-Little-Trumpet-Swan/dp/B013ILX5D6
    Three Beloved at Amazon as HarperTrophy boxed set as 2000-10-03, ISBN 0-06-440964-3
    Three Beloved at Amazon as boxed set 1996
    undated omnibus at Amazon
    1988 Scholastic set [194]
    Stuart as 1945, Harper & Row at Amazon
    Stuart as 1945, 2nd ed., Harper Bros. at Amazon ; and Amazon UK, interior image of 1973 copyright renewal, evidently hardcover 0-06-440046-5 [!]
    Stuart Little T21311 Fo[195](244)
    Stuart #85-88 Kirkus (with later cover image [same illustration], page-count, ISBN, publisher)
    1945 https://lccn.loc.gov/45009585 --q ; 1973 J56 https://lccn.loc.gov/75309606 ; 1999 full color https://lccn.loc.gov/2005274372 ; 1999 collector's https://lccn.loc.gov/00265350 --q
    --WARNING: Amazon cover image shows both "Collector's Edition" and "60th Anniversary Edition" (!)
    Charlotte's Web T21312 Fo[196](470)
    Charlotte #38-48 (starred at Kirkus) (with later cover image [same illustration], [pp?], ISBN, publisher)
    1952 https://lccn.loc.gov/52009760 ; 1999 collector's https://lccn.loc.gov/00265351 ; 2002 https://lccn.loc.gov/2001099579 ; 2003 Harper Festival https://lccn.loc.gov/2005271005 ;; 06? read-aloud https://lccn.loc.gov/2007270196 ; 06? https://lccn.loc.gov/2006278563 ; 06 HarperEntertainment https://lccn.loc.gov/2007270186 ; 2017 (c)1980 Harper Classic https://lccn.loc.gov/2018295232
    1976 audio
    2006 omni
    1999 Collector's Charlotte https://www.amazon.com/Charlottes-Web-Collectors-B-White/dp/0060282983 --q
    The Trumpet of the Swan T21313 Fo[197](140)
    Trumpet #92-93 Kirkus as Marcellino (with later illustrator, cover image, page-count, ISBN, publisher)
    1970 Frascino https://lccn.loc.gov/72112484 ; 2000 Marcellino https://lccn.loc.gov/99044250
    Harper Trophy
    72
    73-11 j41-48
    74-05 j49-56
    74-11 j57-61
    as of 2018-07-30 the database contains only six ISBN 06-440001 to 06-440059 (only 46 represented by the 1st Harper Trophy ed.; 34 too early; 27 and 56 unknown; 42 and 55 as 21st century)
    75-05 j62-69
    76
    77-05 j82-85
    Harper Trophy, not in series, 4 as 1991, 2 as 1992 (latest in database) HarperTrophy, not in series, 8 each 1991 and 1992 (earliest in database)
     ???? 444090 --should be 440090?
    1992 440445 Tom's Midnight Garden P51913
    0-06-4400nn-# ISBN in database as HarperTrophy (post-1990) 42 Diamond, 55 Charlotte, 82 Stranger,
    4401nn : 117 149 170 177 178 184 186
    Langton Hall Family 121 124 133
    4402nn : 227 245
    4403nn : 311 314 354 386 387 398
    4404nn : 410 418 441 445 446 477 483 485 486 490 494 499
    [198] NY Times 1974-05-05 p42 advert of the 3 EBWhite paperbacks only, each $4.95 $1.25 (with drawings of the 3 paperbacks)
    [199] "8 New Harper Trophy Books ..." NY Times 1974-05-12 p373 J49 to 56
    49 Benchley, non-genre
    50 Distad, non-genre presum.
    51 Morgan, non-genre
    52 Robertson, non-genre $1.50 (all others $1.25)
    53 Sefton, In a Blue Velvet Dress T1254263 Not found 2018-07-29 at WorldCat ; 6440053 not found
    more Blue Velvet Dress at Amazon [200] [201] [202]
    54 Shecter, non-genre
    55 White, Charlotte's Web T21312 --nidb
    56 White, Stuart Little T21311 --nidb
    "Full-color covers with complete text of hardcover edition"
    same-day : [203] Ursula Nordstrom (Harper & Row, formerly Harper Junior Books) NY Times 1974-05-12 p345
    forthcoming -05-15
    [204] "Harper Junior Books Fall '74" NY Times 1974-11-03 pF36 J57 to J61" where the latter is boxed set
    57 Averill, The Hotel Cat $1.25
    58 George, Julie of the Wolves $1.25 (non-genre)
    59 Levoy, The Witch of Fourth Street $1.25
    60 Reynolds, The Cabin on Ghostly Pond $1.50 (all others $1.25) --nidb
    J61 E.B. White $3.95 P70833
    [205] Three Classics ... $3.95; each $4.95 and $1.25 (with drawings of the 3 hardcovers)
    John Rowe Townsend, Written for Children Fo[206]
    WorldCat records #1-21 1965; 22-26 1967; 27-52 1974 (inclg Boston: Horn Book); 53-56 1975; 57-70 1976; 71-79 1977; 80-82 1980; 83-90 1983; #91-104 1987; 105-16 1990 25th anniv; 117-19 1992; 120-24 1995; 125-32 1996; 133-34 1997 repr; 135 1998 repr; 136 2003 (us, new postscript)
    LC Online Catalog contains 8 catalog records all but the earliest with edition statements
    1965 https://lccn.loc.gov/66070139 ; us 1967\65 Loth https://lccn.loc.gov/70007188 1st Amer
    1974 https://lccn.loc.gov/75310061 Revised [207] The Guardian 1974-11-13 p11 review and biography by
    lw Elaine Moss, ed. Elaine Moss (16)
    LO.$i 1975us Rev, Lipp --Title note NEEDs Kirkus
    1983us https://lccn.loc.gov/83047654 2nd rev Lipp
    1987us https://lccn.loc.gov/87028143 3rd rev Lipp
    LOm$i 1992us 1st HarperTrophy
    1996us https://lccn.loc.gov/95047714 6th Amer Scarecrow (not revised)

    LC

    HarperCollins (Firm) https://lccn.loc.gov/n90719451 (294)
    HarperTrophy (Firm) https://lccn.loc.gov/no99032729 (0) [9, mixed] https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no99-032729
    Harper Trophy --dnf

    EN: William Collins, Sons]

    News Corporation acquired a 40% stake in 1981 and became sole owner in 1989. In 1990, the company was merged with US publisher Harper & Row and renamed HarperCollins.[3] Collins became an imprint of HarperCollins.
    On 8 February 2013 it was announced that some parts of the Collins non-fiction imprint would be merged with the HarperPress imprint to form a new William Collins imprint.[4]
    Harper & Row, Publishers https://lccn.loc.gov/n80051838
    Collins (Firm : London, England) https://lccn.loc.gov/no93039317
    Collins' Clear-Type Press [London and Glasgow] https://lccn.loc.gov/no2008169285
    W. Collins & Co https://lccn.loc.gov/nr2001016410
    William Collins Sons and Co. https://lccn.loc.gov/n80075836


    1975 [208] NYTBR 1975-05-04 p32-35 --Harper Junior Books Spring '75 (and other publishers)

    Price from "Harper Junior Books Spring '75" NY Times 1975-05-04 pBR35 (catalogued as p281); footnote, "All titles listed above are available in HARPERCREST Library Editions. ..."

    New Harper Trophy Paperback Books J62 to 69 (no blurbs)
    J 62 --nidb-- Brelis, The Mother Market [The Mummy Market] $1.50 ; at Kirkus, starred as 1966-09-28 ; 1966 o[209] o[210] o[211] ; undated Harper Trophy 006440062X o[212] ; EN: 1994 film
     l  .Ben Shecter 277534 (55) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n80-032749
     w   Nancy Brelis 277533 --niLCCN (1)[1 work] 
    
    [213] Bos Globe 1966-10-30 pA43 (Harper Fall '66)
    [214] CSM -11-03
    [215] NYT 1966-11-06 p393 (Harper Fall '66)
    [216] Chi Tribune
    same-day reviews LCJ and NYT at least

    --NEED compare those panel adverts for scope

    The Mother Market, Harper Trophy at Amazon with quality image o[217]

    J 63 $1.25 (all others $1.50)
    J 64 Gordon, The Giant Under the Snow: A Story ... $1.50 --q
    J 65 Langton, The Boyhood of Grace Jones $1.50
    Langton, Grace Jones is non-genre
    Langton, series: Hall Family Chronicles

    1962 https://lccn.loc.gov/62007312 ; 1969 https://lccn.loc.gov/78586180 ; 2018 https://lccn.loc.gov/2018015176

    1969uk
    ISBN-0241017963 Amazon UK at Amazon US 
    ISBN-0064400425 at Amazon US o[218] with 2002 thumbnail o[219] as 257 pp 
    ISBN-0881037478 at Amazon US ; 
    ISBN-0606074325 at Amazon US ;
    ISBN-9781930900936 
    

    1967 https://lccn.loc.gov/67004193 ; 1981 https://lccn.loc.gov/2002279105 1971 https://lccn.loc.gov/74157894 1980 https://lccn.loc.gov/79002008 ; 2002 https://lccn.loc.gov/2002522829 1984 https://lccn.loc.gov/83049471 2000 https://lccn.loc.gov/99039896 2005 https://lccn.loc.gov/2004021506 2008 https://lccn.loc.gov/2007031705


    1977 [220] Harper Junior Books Spring '77
    overflow p33 under "New Harper Trophy Paperbacks", #J84 $1.50 ;
    J82 to 85
    J-82 Hunter, A Stranger Came Ashore: A Story ... $1.50 ; new The Wicked One $5.95
    J-84 Sefton, The Haunting of Ellen: A Story ... $1.50

    Price from listing in "Harper Junior Books Spring '77" NY Times 1977-05-01 pBR32-33 (this one in the main panel, Book Review p32)


    .

    Yep, Sweetwater, 2004 hc

    "The human community of a half-submerged city on the planet of Harmony struggles to conquer the giant Seadragon plaguing them, in the author's first novel first published in 1973." --blurb,
    title page undated (return visit)
    second ISBN


    [221] "Unreal but True: Isabel Quigly on fantasy" The Guardian 1972-07-13 p15

    Garfield, The Ghost Downstairs (US, 1972) https://lccn.loc.gov/75175954

    LO.£i- 1972
    LOm$i- 1972us
    Kevin O[']Nolan --nidb https://lccn.loc.gov/n82145150; 1972 The Gardener o[222] o[223] ISBN-0856160407
    Ray Pope --nidb 1972 Telford's holiday : a new "Model-Railway Men" adventure Fo[224](6)
    el   W. Towrie Cutt 225636 (6)
    
    1970 On the Trail of Long Tom Fo[225](2) "Riel, Louis, -- 1844-1885 -- Juvenile fiction."
    Od£i- 1972 Message from Arkmae (Deutsch, £1.05) 1973 CAN o[226] ISBN-0001845128 at Amazon CA (bad cover)
    LOd£i- 1972 Seven for the Sea ; 1973 CAN o[227] ISBN 0002117495 at Amazon CA; 1974 USA o[228]
    1979 coll Fo[229](5)

    Message from Arkmae (3 hits, 1972 to 1975)

    [230] Edward Parsons, "Exceptional to a point" The Globe and Mail (Toronto) 1972-11-18 p32

    Cutt "proves that conservation of a species (in this case, seals) can lend an effective background for a good yarn" (Collins, C$3.95), one among several "worth reading and re-reading"

    two by Andre Norton! exceptional without qualification Breed to Come (Macmillan, C$6.25); Dragon Magic (Fitzhenry & Whiteside, C$5.15) --not found 2018-07-11 in WorldCat
    recommended The Farthest Shore --q ; and Garfield, The Ghost Downstairs (Longmans, C$4.95)


    Seven from the Sea (3 hits, 1972 to 1975 --two genuine both 1972)

    Towrie Cutt (5 hits, 1972-75 --all 1972 and genuine)

    15 hits, 1970-79 --8 from Ne Statesman 1970-07-01, one 1977 Observer (childhood autobiog Faraway World), one 1979 Toronto [231] (Hogboon, Nancy and W.T.)


     lw .Carolyn Dinan 78389 (14) 
     lw  Stephen Corrin, ed.  112826 (27)  
     lw  Sara Corrin, ed.  205882 (26) 
     lw  June Counsel  34032 (2)[many]  --her best-seller But Martin!
    el f Dick King-Smith 5486 (100) 
    

    June Counsel at Waterstones [232]

    Corrin & Corrin, The Faber Book of Favourite Fairy Tales (1988) https://lccn.loc.gov/88030036; The Faber Book of Modern Fairy Tales (1981) https://lccn.loc.gov/82670034; The Pied Piper of Hamelin retold

    Jill Bennett (I) 275366 (19)

    Ld.ic 1975 Danny
    Ld$ic 1975us
    1979us Jane and the Kenilwood occurrences https://lccn.loc.gov/79321131
    "Jane's grandfather makes odd things happen by thinking too hard, and only by distracting him can the family make them stop."
    1980us The ghost and Bertie Boggin https://lccn.loc.gov/82670136 --US title of some Catherine Sefton "novel"?
    "Bertie, too small to play with his brother and sister, finds that a ghost can be a very pleasant best friend."
    1982us The Emma dilemma https://lccn.loc.gov/83670188 --US title of some Catherine Sefton "novel"?
    "When Emma falls downstairs and bumps her head, the accident produces a second Emma who is transparent and flickery around the edges."
    LOy. 1983us The queen's nose --NEED library binding with Amazon cover image, as April
    1984us Dragon https://lccn.loc.gov/84003984
    1. 1984 class 4 o[233]
    2. 1988 spring-term o[234]
    3. Od.ic 1990 A Dragon in Summer
    4. 1994 top class, Doubleday illus James Mayhew o[235]
    1986us coll. (15) Imagine That! https://lccn.loc.gov/86002164 -- "collection of traditional tales about magical events from various parts of the world" o[236]
    1987\84 1st US Harry's Mad https://lccn.loc.gov/86006177 as Jill Bennet [sic] -- "Harry's legacy from his great-uncle, a talking parrot, proves to be a much more exciting gift than he ever imagined." at Kirkus


    other Catherine Sefton

    (excluding 32/48p unnumbered)

    1975us variant The haunting of Ellen : a story of suspense o[237] ISBN-0060252561 006025257X

    Kirkus

    "A teenage girl living on the coast of Northern Ireland begins to be haunted by a ghost who seems to be asking for her help"
    2006 coll. (14) o[238]

    Sefton, Back House \ Haunting of Ellen, Walker Books --various data on ISBN 0744520576

    P35481, citing Locus1 -- Back House, Walker, 1991-06, 159, pb, artist
    citing also OCLC 24739422 o[239] -- Back House, Walker, 1991, 158, --
    OCLC 27733856 o[240] -- Haunting, Walker, 1991, 159
    OCLC 809449711 o[241] -- Haunting, Walker, 1998, --, --
    ASIN 0744520576 Amazon UK -- Haunting, 1991-06-27, 160, 17.8 cm, image(Walker)
    ASIN B001KTBKTK Amazon UK -- Haunting, 1992, pbk, --, image(HarperCrest)

    2001 Haunting of Ellen, as by Waddell o[242] at Amazon

    Martin Waddell as Catherine Sefton

    1972 In a Blue Velvet Dress T1254263 Fo[243](12)

    LOd£-c 1972
    LOd$ic 1973us
    Om£ic 1991

    1974 The Back House Ghosts T1254264

    LOm.ic 1974
    Od.i- 1978 Puffin
    Om£-c 1991
    LOd$-- 1975us The Haunting of Ellen: A Story of Suspense T2394674
    Om.i- 1977

    1981 Emer's Ghost T1254265 --none US yet ; Fo[244](6, no US)

    Od.i- 1981
    Om£ic 1995

    1985 The Blue Misty Monsters T1254261 --none US yet ; 1st Faber London Boston

    LOd£i- 1985
    Om£-- 1986

    1985 The Ghost Girl T1254262 --none US yet ; Fo(3, no US)

    O.£i- 1985
    Om£i- 1986 (same image as 1991)
    Om£ic 1991


    Mollie Hunter

    Mollie Hunter 5600 at Kirkus (about 20) --our 12 books by publ date (f = EoF coverage in prose; . = listing)

    1963 fK SMARTEST T17426 n
    O..-- 1963uk Patrick Kentigern Keenan
    O..i- 1965us ; 1996 https://lccn.loc.gov/96000859
    1964 fK KELPIE T1652183 nK
    O.£i- 1964uk\Keeping (unlikely match with us jacket design where spine states Funk & Wagnalls)

    but one dealer at ABEbook provides a matching image, front jacket of identical design, as "True first edition, Blackie 1964, very hard to find. First edition, first impression hardback with dustjacket that isnt price-clipped."

    LOd$i- 1966us\Cellini
    m$i 1968
    Om.i 1976
    1967 fK THOMAS T17425 n
    LO..i- 1967uk\Keeping
    LO.$-- 1967us\Cellini
    £ 1986 ill ??
    1968 f- FERLIE T1891513 n --
    O..i uk\Morse --niLC --Chavey from data in the US ed.
    LO.$ic 1968us\Cellini https://lccn.loc.gov/68027998 --PV Chavey error on [1968] P530627
    Price $3.50 from review by Polly Goodwin Chi. Tribune 1968-11-03 pS16 (positive), and publisher advertisement same-day NY Times (earliest hits for 'the ferlie' in search of US newspapers); and publisher advert NY Times 1968-11-03 p511
    Od.i 1985 The Enchanted Whistle (no hit in US newsp)
    1970 fK WALKING T17424 K
    LOd.i- 1970uk The Bodach
    LOm$i- 1970us ; 1996 https://lccn.loc.gov/95037916
    1971 The Thirteenth Member
    1971us https://lccn.loc.gov/76148423
    1972 .K Sound of Chariots --out of place here and FantasticFiction ?
    1972 f- HAUNTED T2006967 --NEED 1st us --q
    O.- 1972uk
    --q --NEED subtitle, price
    1974 .- The Stronghold --non-genre?
    1975 fK STRANGER T27065 --NEED title note
    L.- 1975uk
    L.- 1975us --second ISBN

    1975 A Stranger Came Ashore T27065 Fo[245] --bad data including 1977 tp price P388554 515736

    L 1975 --to be continued
    L 1975us --to be continued (inclg 2nd ISBN) --NEED subtitle Kirkus
    1977 .K WICKED T17423 --NEED title note
    LO..i- 1977uk ; 2012 https://lccn.loc.gov/2016436439
    LOm$-- 1977us

    1977 The Wicked One T17423 Fo[246]

    L 1977 --to be continued
    Lm$ 1977us --to be continued (inclg 2nd ISBN) --NEED subtitle ; Title NEEDS Kirkus
    Om£i- 1991
    Om$ic 1994
    1985 chapbook The Three-Day Enchantment https://lccn.loc.gov/84048350
    1988 fK MERMAID T17427 --NEED title note
    -m£- 1988uk
    -m$- 1988us
    1994 .K DAY
    LOm$i- 1994us
    . other sf probably Thirteenth
    [247] CSM 1971-11-11 pB5 as Fantasy ; at Kirkus ambig
    [248] Garfield The Guardian 1971-12-09 p9 ambig (historical novels) ; [249] Irish 1972-01-07 ambig ; [250] price -12-09 same page
    non-genre Lothian Run, Pistol in the Graveyard, Spanish Letters, Third Eye (starred, borderline)
    Sound of Chariots, Hold On to Love --neither belongs ; The Stronghold



    The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, chap 544053

    Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Putnam, 1864) o[251] o[252]; 1868\64 o[253]

    at HDL
    [254] ALGPC 1867-09-02 Putnam for the "Autumn Season, 1867-8" lists among New Editions of the Irving Popular Gift Books: Rip Van Winkle, 10 illus, "Fancy boards, $1 50." and Legend, same except $1 75

    1864 Legend "Illustrated with original designs by // Huntington, Kensett, Darley, Hoppin, Leutze, [T. A.] Richards, Wm. Hart, Oertell, F. A. Chapman"

    "Illustrations. from Original Designs. Engraved on Wood by Messrs. Richardson & Cox." (numbered list of 13 including two "cover") --Hart 3, Darley 2; Herrick not listed on t.p.

    1928 Arthur Rackham Fo[255]

    1928 newspapers (36 title hits, #15-36 from the book season) (US: 15-16 19-22 24-25 27-28 32-36; UK: 17-18 23 26 29-31, no review)
    #15 NYT -09-02, News...London, Harrap announces a limited ed; #16 drama
    #17-18, UK publisher adverts The Observer Su-09-07 pC13 subheading "The New Rackham" Cloth 10/6, Antique Leather 17/6, Limited sold out; [256] Tu-09-09 p5 subheading "A New Rackham Book, Ready Next Friday", ie 09-14

    "8 plates in colour and many line illustrations in the text" --MG-11-08 -12-06, Obs-11-25 -12-09 (the later, header "Give Harrap Books", footer promotes 'Illustrated 45-page Christmas Catalogue of "Books Beautiful"')

    somewhere notes 70 line illus.

    Rip Van Winkle

    1863 Lippincott at HDL


    Sun[,] Moon[,] and Stars --out of place here? or anthology or collection? (28 Contents, 26 stories?)

    1998 Dutton 74p 0525460047 o[39078891]
    1998 Orion 77p 1858814138 185881653X o[44828051]
    1999 Dolphin 80p 1858817714 o[41308697]

    Ennis Graham [8] = Mrs. Molesworth https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nb2007-021494

    .Lewis Hart --nidb (0)[4] (1757-1817 https://lccn.loc.gov/n95002338) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n95-002338/ ; As of 2018-07-02, WorldCat conflates this illustrator with other Lewis Harts
    el  .Rosie M. M. Pitman 198664 (1)[6] 
    el   Johannes C(arl) Andersen 168805 (37) 
    

    Myths & Legends of the Polynesians, ill Richard Wallwork Fo[257] 1928 https://lccn.loc.gov/28028764, 1931 https://lccn.loc.gov/31028225, 1969 https://lccn.loc.gov/69013509, 1995 https://lccn.loc.gov/95009840 (also perhaps Maori Tales; Polynesian Lore)

    el  .Jane Ray 33173 (35) 
     lws  Keo Felker Lazarus 191118 (9) 
     lw  .Jocelyn Wild 181756 (14) 
    

    publishers Putnam, Coward ; Sampson Low (7)

    Coward-McCann -- 95+ from 1928 to 1970 (plus two 1980s) --q
    Coward, McCann & Geoghegan -- 46+ from 1971 to 1982 --q
    Coward-McCann Publishers (2)[6] https://lccn.loc.gov/n2003123769 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n2003-123769
    Coward-McCann, Inc (0)[many] https://lccn.loc.gov/no2009203253 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2009-203253
    Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc (0)[many] https://lccn.loc.gov/no2010006600 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2010-006600


    The Ghost (G. P. Putnam & Son, 1867) --4 copies at HDL including 1 corrupt (uc2.ark:/13960/t0ms3k605 UC Southern ...)

    1848 [HDL] o[258] as Putnam & Son; Sampson Low o[259] Microfilm, Wright as Putnam

    William Douglas O'Connor --niLC

    1892 Three Tales o[260]

    Thomas Nast (signature "Th Nast") Landau, Rhine Palatinate, Kingdom of Bavaria, German Confederation 1840-09-27 1902-12-07 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Nast https://lccn.loc.gov/n78083448 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n78-083448

    Wikipedia reports in prose

    G. Putnam Broadway (1848)
    G. Putnam & Co. (by 1853)



    EoF "Children's Fantasy"

    The emergence of CF was encouraged by Mary Molesworth in The Cuckoo Clock (1877) and The Tapestry Room (1879), both of which transport children to dream of fantasy worlds, Carlo Collodi in Pinocchio (1883), F Anstey in Vice Versa, or A Lesson to Fathers (1882; rev 1883) (>>> Identity Exchange) and The Brass Bottle (1900) and Selma Lagerlöf in The Wonderful Adventures of Nils (1906) – all stories of transformation. The next major writer of CF was E Nesbit.
    1. Molesworth --titles nidb
    2. Collodi --indb
    3. Anstey --both indb
    4. Lagerlöf --indb
    JLaTondre

    WorldCat is unnecessary but it's quite relevant and although imperfect it's more reliable than the info we provide about popularity (eg, votes).

    Reference to child records for information about the work does not go without saying. On the contrary, at child title records we refer to the parent for more info and imply that info about the work is commonly collected there in practice ... (as, by policy I understand, it is collected at the parent Author record). In my experience as a visitor, and editor of titles created by previous contributors, only information about translations is routinely collected at the child Title record.

    Mrs. Molesworth
    elf  Mary Louisa Molesworth 124751 (65)
    

    HDL: "Molesworth, Mrs., 1839-1921." (66)

    *1875 Tell Me a Story Fo[261] Ennis Graham t.p. with cover-vignette;
    1882 by Ennis Graham (Mrs. Molesworth on uniform front cover) 5th, 1882-nonpict cover
    LC earliest 1893 with The adventures of Herr baby https://lccn.loc.gov/12036907 -loc
    *1882\76 Carrots Fo[262](63) Mrs. Molesworth [Ennis Graham] [263]-nonpict --evidently a uniform edition already
    LC earliest 1893 with A Christmas child https://lccn.loc.gov/04023578 -hdl
    1890 The Children of the Castle Fo[264](23)
    LC dnf
    HDL 1893 as Four winds farm ; and, The children of the castle (multiple)
    1892 An Enchanted Garden: Fairy Stories Fo[265](13)
    LC dnf
    1908 Fairies--of Sorts inclg The Groaning Clock, 140pp-nonpict cover
    LC 1908 https://lccn.loc.gov/09003413


    5 children's fantasy novels listed here 2018-07-02

    The Cuckoo Clock T2392160 EN Fo[266](108)

    1877 (as Ennis Graham) The Cuckoo Clock
    LC #12-22 (3 omni Cuckoo & Tapestry, 1893 https://lccn.loc.gov/04016842) no early ed.; 1914 https://lccn.loc.gov/14017992 -hdl o[267], 1980\1931 https://lccn.loc.gov/79021253
    WorldCat as 1877 Macm (6) o[268] o[269] Baldwin, o[270] Opie; o[271] 8 plates lacking p221, o[272] 7 plates ; 1919 6p edition o[273]
    WorldCat as 1882 (2) o[274] Ennis, o[275] Mrs. M
    WorldCat as 1895 ill Copeland o[276] o[277] o[278] o[279];
    CEBrock as 1895 o[280], as 1916 o[281]
    ill Florence White Williams--nidb 1927 o[282] ?maybe https://lccn.loc.gov/27018006
    1927 Saalfield at Amazon w Brundage cover
    ill F Sherman Cooke--nidb 1930 o[283] ?maybe https://lccn.loc.gov/30029260
    ill C E Brock 1931 o[284] and 1933 o[285]
    ill Sylvia Green--nidb 1948 Fo[#76-80] --publisher Roger Ingram--nidb
    ill E H Shepard 1954 o[286], o[287] as ISBN-0460050273, o[288] as 1955
    $1.95 (2 hits) [289] BG 1954-06-27 pA5 [290] NYHT -11-14 pF18
    1967 Dent Dutton CIC #27 o[291] o[292]
    1974 Dent Dutton CIC #27 o[293], o[294] as ISBN-0460050273
    1980 Macm facs 1931 o[295] ISBN-0333290593 0831719079 o[296] https://lccn.loc.gov/79021253 no ISBN
    1987 Dell o[297] https://lccn.loc.gov/2011459953
    1988 Puffin o[298]
    2002 JNB
    HDL 1910 tCC and Other Stories-nonpict (Cuckoo, Carrots, + 7 shorts), 1914 with cover
    1914 with The Castle at Amazon
    1956 and Other Stories [https://www.amazon.com/Cuckoo-Clock-Other-Stories/dp/B001KH7CZS at Amazon

    The Cuckoo Clock [&] The Tapestry Room

    1925 Macmillan at Amazon
    1939 at Amazon


    The Tapestry Room T2392161 Fo[299](49)

    1879 The Tapestry Room: A Child's Romance
    LC 1879 https://lccn.loc.gov/15020300 -hdl o[300], 1961? https://lccn.loc.gov/62000894
    academic article 2013
    1893 at UPenn
    HDL 1879 (no cover) 1914-nonpict 1920-nonpict as 1979) LGL cover


    The Carved Lions T2392159 EN Fo[301](24)

    L. 1895 The Carved Lions --NEED HDL 1895 (London) with cover
    1964 https://lccn.loc.gov/64056555 [302] Children's illustrated classics ; no. 65

    --no other eds. LC, HDL


    The Magic Nuts T1677276 Fo[303](12)

    O. 1898 Macmillan P436060 --NEED HathiTrust, check newspapers
    HDL 1898 (London; New York) with cover Henry Altemus (c)1899 with spine(frontispiece W. H. Lindgren?, text p5-198, adverts 201-24)

    --niLC


    The Ruby Ring --nidb Fo[304](8)

    1904 Macmillan o[305] "A discontented little girl wishes to be turned into a gypsy, then a bird, and finally a fairy. But she discovers that she is happiest being herself."

    --niLC, niHDL

    Data from transcription as Project Gutenberg Ebook #39662 ([see)

    HTML format contains images of front cover and 8 b/w interior illustrations including frontispiece and title page vignette ; finally "Macmillan and Co.'s Books for the Young", first section "By Mrs. Molesworth" (24 other titles, the latest "Crown 8vo., cloth elegant", 4/6; others "Globe 8vo.", 2/6. --8 illus. Leslie Brooke, others Walter Crane


    1914 The Cuckoo Cluck (and The Castle in the Lough: A Legend of Donegal), ill Maria L. Kirk

    at HDL p 11-244 Cuckoo, p247-83 A Legend (frontispiece leaf is p1-2)
    Project Gutenberg Ebook #28619 (from the 1914 ed.)

    The Castle in the Lough --by Mrs. Molesworth or uncredited by Mrs. Mulock? --see Is it true? Tales curious & wonderful (1872)

    1877 to 1880 (20 hits; 7, 13, 0, 0)

    1877 (UK 2, US 5): 5/- per brief review The Scotsman 1877-11-26 p3 "Christmas Books"
    The Observer -12-16 p1 4/6 "Messrs. Macmillan and Co.'s List" "Extra fcap, 8vo., gilt, 4s. 6d."
    N-Y Tribune -12-01 "Books of the Week" "16mo. pp. 242"; $1.50
    capsule review [306] N-Y Trib -12-08 "Children's Books"
    brief review [307] Hart Cour -12-10 p2 ($1.50)
    NYT -12-10 p3 "Books Received" "12mo, linen, 242" -- "by Ennis Graham, author of Carrots", as others have noted
    Bos -12-13 p3 ; London: publ Macm; Bos: for sale by Lee & Shepard
    1878: numerous mentions as the author of "The Cuckoo Clock"
    1881 (and 1882 uk): same
    1882 us: all spurious or not found

    [308] 1893 $1.00 each, 10 vols boxed $10.00

    1883-1914 ("the cuckoo clock" molesworth) 20 hits, 83 84 86(5) 87 88 89 93 94(3) 98 00(2) 02 14(2)

    1914 "The new volume in THE STORIES ALL CHILDREN LOVE SERIES ..." $1.25 Lippincott ; 1914-11-28 p11 Chi Trib p11, NYT p10
    [309] LCJ 1900-09-23 pB7 tally of 75 lists received from children
    1894- My New Home (uniform with the new ed. of Mrs. M's stories $1.00)
    1893 above
    1889 The Rectory Children (Mrs. M's new story, 16mo, $1 25; several others $1 each) [310]
    1888 9 or 10 at 2/6 each [311]
    1886-12 nine Globe 8vo, 2/6 each
    1886-01 two Crown 8vo, 4/6; seven inclg Cuckoo Globe 8vo, 2/6 (all illus Walter Crane)
    1884 some 4/6; some inclg Cuckoo "in Globe 8vo", 2/6 each
    1883 six at 4/6 each


    Pauline Clarke

    Twelve(s) 1963/64 Fo[312]

    Concerning the dates, this appears to be an unusual case. Neither intentional 1964 publication of (c)1963 material, nor publication for the 1963 Christmas season with 1964 date on the title page. It appears that something happened to delay publication and miss the gift season, I infer from newspaper findings:
    • "It is scheduled to be published in the United States this fall under the title The Return of the Twelves." --"British Prize-Winners for Children", Sheila M. Rawson, The Christian Science Monitor, 1963-10-12 p9
    • review as Ages 9-14, Joan H. Bodger, NY Times 1964-01-19 pBR20
    • advertisement at $3.75, NY Times 1964-02-14 p27
    Those are the three earliest hits I find in automated search ("return of the twelves") of many newspapers. The starred review by Kirkus (undated online, and missing the usual publication date) is cited in NYT during February.

    Oops, ("pauline clarke" twelves) includes [313] LAT 1963-11-10 pB20

    1962 uk review [314] -07-06 p5
    also 1963 advert [315] The Guardian 1963-07-05

    Pauline Clarke as Helen Clare, Five Dolls series

    1. 1953 FD in a house (1964 o[316])
    2. 1956 FD and the monkey o[317]
    3. 1957 FD in the snow B57-16422
    4. 1959 FD and their friends B59-6346 o[318]
    5. 1963 FD and the duke B63-3000
    O/1-2 1972\67 FD in a house and other stories o[319] o[220405803] 242p
    O/3-5 1967 FD and their friends and other stories o[320] 272p

    also for young children Bel the Giant, 1971\56 o[321]

    Pauline Clarke first and last children's books are fantasies?

    The Pekinese Princess 1948 o[322], 1973 o[323]
    The Two Faces of Silenus
    LOd£i 1972
    LO.$ 1972us


    Nihonjoe - t.p. undated? no price?

    The Return of the Twelves (US title, 1963/64) --something happened

    "From the Bookshelf: British Prize-Winners for Children", Sheila M. Rawson, The Christian Science Monitor, 1963-10-12 p9; closing (quote): It is scheduled to be published in the United States this fall under the title "The Return of the Twelves".
    advert ; NYT 1964-02-14 p27 p27, $3.75 (Alice Torrey, Editor of Books for Boys and Girls, cites starred review by Kirkus)
    [324] review Ages 9-14 (later advert 8-12) Joan H. Bodger, NY Times 1964-01-19 pBR20; 251 pp
    [325] review Polly Goodwin Chi. Tribune -03-08 pJ6

    (both very positive)


    el  .Cecil Leslie 202629 (3)
      Treasure Seekers Fo[326]
      Wouldbegoods Fo[327]
      Enchanted Castle Fo[328] 1964 Dent/Dutton Fo[329]
    
    (c)1964 no ISBN o[330]
    [1964] no ISBN o[331]
    1964 ISBN-0460050613 o[332] o[333] Children's Illustrated Classics #61 ; 15/- listing New Statesman 67 (1964-05-15) p774 ; at Amazon as 1945 --q

    Philippa Pearce

    Pearce (1977) The shadow cage and other tales of the supernatural T1046059

    1977 ill Lewin o[334] o[335] both w Contents
    1977 ill Archer o[336]
    https://lccn.loc.gov/79314268 w Contents, GB77-15555
    1978 ill Molan o[337] w Contents

    Kirkus starred review Beauty and the Beast [338] "the author appends three pages of source notes we would like to see emulated in all adaptations of old tales."

    Kirkus Who's Afraid [339]


    Publ Series Children's Illustrated Classics

    WorldCat: [http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=se%3A%22Dent%27s+children%27s+illustrated+classics%22&fq=&dblist=638&start=11&qt=page_number_link

    ProQuest: [340] "Children's Illustrated Classics" 1940s-60s

    The Spectator 1949-06-24 p868, D.H., two @7/6 each
    • R.M. Ballantyne, The Coral Island [1858], illus. Leo Bates
    • George Macdonald, The Princess and Curdie [1883], illus. Charles Folkard
    The Spectator 1949-09-30 p442, Gwendolen Freeman, two @7/6 each
    • Carola Oman, Robin Hood, illus. S. Van Abbe
    • Nathaniel Hawthorne, A Wonder Book, Van Abbe
    1949 Toronto C$1.69 A Wonder Book [341] 1949-11-12 p10


    Catherine Storr

     lw  .Jill Bennett (I) 8483 (19) 
      Bio:Jill Bennett --NEED identity
     lw  .Marjorie-Ann Watts 205923 (9) 
    

    Marianne Dreams T782793 Fo[342]

    1958 reviews [343] Naomi Lewis, The Guardian -11-23 pA10 "Children's Books: Magic, Myths and Poetry", [344] Marghanita Laski, The Guardian -12-05 p7 "Some Novels for Girls" (9), [345] Irish Times -12-06 p5 "Wonder Lands"
    Oy£ 1958
    LOy$i 1960us The Magic Drawing Pencil
    1964 Puffin 1st pbk Rev. ed. https://lccn.loc.gov/64004963 o[346] o[347] --q
    others as 1964 show ISBN-0140302093 as 203 pp, 20cm o[348] or 18cm o[349] o[350] at Amazon as 1975
    3 hits [351] The Observer 1964-03-29 pA18 "Briefing" under "Paperbacks" 3/6 ; US NYT -06-28 pBR10 "New in June from Penguin", 95c
    2000 Faber pbk ISBN-0-571-20212-8 at Amazon
    2006 Faber ISBN-9780571231454 o[352] 17pp at Amazon w Look inside 2000, undated 6th printing (lists ISBN-13 only), that includes back cover: cover artist credit and price £4.99
    2014 Faber ISBN-978-0-571-31327-3

    image as 1967 Puffin (Australia?) see #26731

    image as 1981 Puffin [353]


    el  .Arthur Watts 160784 (4) --father of Marjorie-Ann
    el  .Alan E. Cober 117200 (20)
    

    P301385 PV Mhh NEEDs introduction probably

    Mister Corbett's Ghost and Other Stories (Prentice or Longman?, 1969), ill Maitland at Amazon o[354]; 1974 Kestrel o[355]; Kesterl / Penguin (c)1968 o[356] ISBN-0394816013 --all as 159pp, collection?

    at Internet Archive

    1982 Kestrel ISBN-0722658060 o[357] 64p ; ISBN-0670816523 o[358] o[359]-at Internet Archive 64p; o[360] 87p

    1971 Puffin ISBN-0140305106


     lw  Stephen Krensky, CSM reviewer 5455 (189) 
    
    el  .Harold Jones 128632 (14)
    

    Out of the Silent Planet 1938 o[361]; as 182 pp o[362] o[363] ISBN-0370005368

    1954 Lavender's Blue -- 2004 o[364] o[365] Facsim ISBN-9780192782274 -9780192782267 180, 24; o[366] ISBN-9780192782250 180, 26
    Jack and the Beanstalk T1794096 Fo[367]
    Oy.i 1960 --check newspapers
    2007? facsimile
    Od£i 2013 hc
    LOm£i 2015 tp

    later relocate some Notes at title record

     lw  Lorna Baxter 4635 (3)[2] --Baxter not found 2018-06-27 in UK/US newspapers 1978/79/80, except the one joint review by Blishen
    el   John Moat 22387 (5) --Bartonwood --q
     lw  .Scoular Anderson 112501 (5)[many] 
    Jane Kingshill 274714 (1)[1] https://lccn.loc.gov/n79092151 http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n79-092151 --this work only
     l   .Janet Archer 229565 (3)[7] http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2010-018571
     lw  .Chris Molan 103333 (40)[many] 
    

    (3)[5]

    Máirín Johnston https://lccn.loc.gov/n85326576 http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n85-326576
    Mairin Mitchell http://www.worldcat.org/identities/viaf-2574070
    


    Fattypuffs T1622717

    1993/2000 coverart
    • Cover illustration is by interior illustrator Wegner, or closely "after Wegner".
    • Preface signed "Fritz Wegner" over "London, 1993" recounts Wegner taking the commission in 1968. Presumably it is original to the 1993 edition.
    --as the cover illustration may be, or the title page vignette.
    The only 1993 copyright stated is illustrations "(c)Fritz Wegner 1968, 1993" and no later copyright is stated.
    2000 o[368] 1903252075
    2001 o[369] 1903252075
    t.p. verso states "Illustrations copyright (c)Fritz Wegner 1968, 1993" ; perhaps the front cover and title page illus
    both front and back covers incorporate pale thumbnail copies of the second interior illustration, in which fat brother E punches thin brother T on the chin


    Publisher: Jane Nissen Books

    (useless) http://lccn.loc.gov/n2011048338 http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n2011-048338
    newspapers ("jane nissen books" lone hit 1999 to 2001) [370] Joanna Carey, The Guardian 2000-06-20 pB6 "Classical revival: It's high time the old favourites in children's books were resurrected; Jane Nissen's doing just that. Joanna Carey talks to her."
    Cover artist is 1944 interior illustrator Bentley: "the designer, using modern technology, has created bold, beautifully coloured jackets from the original black and white illustrations." --


    at WorldCat, ascending

    1. [0] (Spring 2000, 4) ng Brendon Chase, by BB ---- ISBN 00-0
    2. [1] ng The country child, Alison Uttley ---- ISBN 01-6
    3. [2] Om£i- The Wind on the Moon, Eric Linklater T156080 ill Nicholas Bentley o[371] 02-4 ; check "Nicholas", add illus --Fo[372] ; add coverart
    4. [3] Om£ic Mistress Masham's Repose, T.H. White T13993 ill Fritz Eichenburg o[373] 03-2 ; check "Eichenburg"
    Kirkus [374] (no date);
    55 hits 1946/47 [375] review by Orville Prescott NY Times p37 "Books of the Times"
    Toronto [376] -10-12 full review, uncredited
    UK Mar/Apr 1947 review [377] 0406, review [378] 0411
    1947-04 P671917
    on the island in the lake at Malplaquet, where "She saw: first, a square opening, about eight inches wide, in the lowest step ..."
    
    1980 https://lccn.loc.gov/79018994
    1980 box set at Amazon another
    1998 https://lccn.loc.gov/00265349
    2004 https://lccn.loc.gov/2004004559
    2011 Red Fox o[379] o[380] at Amazon w cover by Eichenberg --clone this from JNB 2000 with coverart and interiorart --q
    0000 Puffin cover image as 1947 at Amazon
    2016 --NEED Eichenberg cover artist
    [4] (Autumn 2000, 3) ng The Elephant War, Gillian Avery ---- ill John Verney o[381] 04-0
    [5] Om.i- Hobberdy Dick, K. M. Briggs T840905, ill Scoular Anderson
    [6] Om.i- The pirates in the deep green sea by Eric Linklater T2379353, ill William Reeves
    [7] Om.ic Fattypuffs and Thinifers, André Maurois T671569, ill Fritz Wegner
    O.£i 2001 this book, reprint of 2000, 07-5 PV
    [9] Om.i- 2001 g The twelve and the Genii, Pauline Clarke T1779217, ill Cecil Leslie
    [10] --nidb) g 2001 g Marigold in Godmother's house, Joyce Lankester Brisley ; illustrated by the author o[382] 10-5
    1934 o[383], umpteenth reprint o[384]; states June 1934 o[385]
    [14] g 2002 The cuckoo clock, Mrs. Molesworth T2392160, ill E.H. Shepard o[386] 14-8 at Amazon w cover --q
    1954 $1.95 from notice BG 1954-06-27 pA5 as by Mary Louisa Molesworth ;; CIC $1.95 each, cloth from NYHT -11-14 pF18 (this one without mention of illus.; published 1920s in Macm Children's Classics)
    [15] ng 2003 --nidb-- The woods of Windri, Violet Needham; ill Joyce Bruceo [387] 15-6
    4th of 11 "Ruritanian" novels per Wikipedia
    [17] --nidb) 2003 Magic in my pocket, Alison Uttley ; ill Judith Brook ISBN 1903252172 o[388] 17-2 --found at google images
    Magic in My Pocket: A Selection of Tales (1957) --Wikipedia
    "illustrated, revised" JNB 2003 per Google Books [389]
    [18] Om.i- 2004 The house in Norham Gardens, Penelope Lively T16788 ---- 18-0 --NEED more Title info from reviews --later augment the Title Note; make the US ed clearly second
    LOy£i 1974 https://lccn.loc.gov/74195890 0434948950 154
    LOd$i 1974us -10-18 https://lccn.loc.gov/74007891 0525323155 154

    only 3 hits 1974/75 [390] The Guardian 1974-06-12 p11 "John Rowe Townsend on fantasy fiction for children of all ages"; [391] The Observer -08-04 p28 "Children's Books: Naomi Lewis reviews a choice of recent novels" [] CSM -11-06 JFS on the best of the Autumn lists

    2004 JNB

    Price from reviews The Guardian 1974-06-12 p11 "John Rowe Townsend on fantasy fiction for children of all ages"; The Observer -08-04 p28 "Children's Books: Naomi Lewis reviews a choice of recent novels". See the novel record. Townsend covers fantasy (5 novels) and Lewis does not (13, some for younger children); she interprets this one as a dream story without time-slip, apparently. This is the only book in common, "the best of the books in front of me" (Townsend) and "the outstanding book of an interesting lot" (Lewis).


    [19] Om£ic 2004 My Friend Mr. Leakey, Haldane T1018803, ill Quentin Blake
    [21] Om£ic 2005 The Voyage of QV66, Penelope Lively T762801, ill Harold Jones
    LOd£i 1978 1st
    LOd$i 1979us
    [392] The Guardian 1978-07-06 p11 Edward Blishen (negative)
    1 hit 1978 to 1980(!) [393] CSM 1979-05-14 pB7, [394] Chi Tribune 1979-09-09 pE6, [395] Bos Globe 1979-11-18 pA8

    "The review by Stephanie Loer The Boston Globe 1979-11-18 pA8 is positive, and that at KirkusReviews.com (contemporary to publication, undated online) is negative. Largely on the same grounds: "delightfully anthropomorphic" and "type-cast" animals; "The monkeys mismanagement of the Zoo is humorous and clever satire on the pitfalls of bureaucracy will be enjoyed by the more sophisticated reader." On the other hand, "the wayfarers find the zoo itself ruled outrageously by monkeys ... A likely enough notion, but the book hasn't the wit, the pace, or the style to carry it off."

    [27] Od£i- 2007 Uttley T14269, ill Faith Jacques

    A Traveller in Time (Folio Society, 2012) o[396] "This Folio Society edition follows the 2007 Jane Nissen Books edition, with minor emendations."

    [28] Om.i- 2007 Clever Polly and the stupid wolf, Catherine Storr T1752113, ill Marjorie-Ann Watts
    see the seriese below

    at ABEbooks (37) --with images as Puffins 1967/73/74, 1975 ; also Lutterworth 1989 ; (also two different Polly and the Wolf Again as 1970)

    [33] ng 2009 Mrs Cockle's cat, Pearce o[397] 33-8
    [36] g 2010 Bogwoppit, Ursula Moray Williams T1963501 ; o[398] 36-9
    [37] Om.ic 2010 The Magic City, Nesbit T197006 ill H. R. Millar
    [38] Od£i- 2011 Polly and the Wolf Again, Storr T2071263, ill Marjorie-Ann Watts
    see the series below
    [40] Od£i- 2011 The Shadow Cage [&c], Pearce T1046059, ill Janet Archer
    [42] ? Godden --nidb-- o[399] 42-0
    Mouse time : two stories Fo[400] at Amazon as RRP: £6.99
    The Mouse House NYRB review of NYRCC ed. 2016
    [44] Om£i- 2013 The Princess and Curdie, Macdonald T1366, ill Helen Stratton
    Catherine Storr
    els  Catherine Storr 4566 (68)
    

    2015 articles at The Guardian

    Emma Healey [401]
    Alison Flood[402]

    Puffin, 2015 o[403]

    The first story -- (not reported by WorldCat for JNB o[404])
    Clever Polly --
    Clever Polly and the stupid wolf --
    Little Polly Riding Hood --
    The visible wolf -- (insert here: Wanted-a Polly)
    Huff, puff --
    Monday's child --
    The wolf in the zoo --
    Polly goes for a walk --
    The seventh little kid --
    In the wolf's kitchen --
    The wolf in disguise --
    A short story.
    

    WorldCat provides list of Contents (13) of which the first is not "The First Story". That is, the list does not match 1 to 13 of the 2015 ebook. "illustrated by Marjorie-Ann Watts ; with a new introduction by Babette Cole"

    1955 (only hit 1955/56) [405] Man Gua 1955-09-02 p4 8/6 (title, author, price)

    (3 hits, full title 1955 to 1973)

    [406] The Observer 1967-10-15 p22 "Briefing" under "Paperbacks" Puffin 3/6 "little tales for little tots"
    [407] The Guardian 1973-12-13 p11 "Every child should have some: [JRT] on books for Christmas" (every child shd have some hardcover books)
    Author's Choice 2 includes 3 or 4 science fiction; Stories for Five Year Olds includes "Clever Polly and the Stupid Wolf"

    book 2, OCLC 701021135 lists Contents (9, 8 distinct titles)

    The clever solf and porr stupid little Polly (I) --
    The clever wolf and poor stupid little Polly (II) --
    Father Christmas --
    The hypnotist --
    The deaf wolf --
    Cherry stones --
    Wolf into fox --
    The riddlemaster --
    The kidnapping.
    
    1. 1
    - 1955 1st
    - 1967 Puffin 1st? at Amazon
    Od.i 1979
    Oy.i 1985
    Om.i 2007 JNB
    Od£i 2015-07 --NEEDs illus
    Od£i 2015-08 ebook
    1. 2
    - 1957 1st
    1970 Puffin 1st?
    1993
    Od£i 2011 JNB
    2015-07
    2015-08 ebook
    1. 3 illustrated by Jill Bennett Fo[408]
    1980 1st
    2016
    2016 ebook
    1. 4 illustrated by Jill Bennett, orig. as "Last Stories" Fo[409]
    - 1990 1st
    1992 Puffin
    1995 Galaxy ISBN-0745130925 , o[979488536]
    2016 as More Stories
    2016 ebook


    2016 OMNI The Complete Adventures o[410] 508 pp, 20 cm --with list of Part I contents only ; ISBN-9780141373379 9780141370071 at Amazon w Look, as RRP: £8.99 2016 OMNI The Complete Polly o[411] 295 pp, 23 cm --with list of Contents (4); ISBN-9781681370019 at Amazon, as RRP: £13.50

    Polly

    1970 Adventures https://lccn.loc.gov/71113383 94 pp, ill MAW
    1980 Tales https://lccn.loc.gov/81125981 96 pp, ill Bennett
    2016 NYRB Complete https://lccn.loc.gov/2016016264 295 pp
    1973/67 Puffin Stupid Wolf ISBN-014030312X o[412] as 1967; as 1973 at Amazon
    1990 book 4, illus Jill Bennett o[413]


    K. M. Briggs
    el f K(atherine) M(ary) Briggs 109054 (35)
    

    non-fiction, folklore

    1953 Personnel
    1976 Dictionary https://lccn.loc.gov/77355327 ; BAD ISBN [ 462067756] [ 898891155] [ 464755251] [ 185752495]; at Amazon as 0-173910054
    1976us Encyclopedia https://lccn.loc.gov/76012939 --q --NEEDs work Amazon hc Amazon tp
    1979 https://lccn.loc.gov/79001897

    Kate Crackernuts T1148556 Fo[414]

    1963 to 1978 (2 hits, 1968 MA and 1975 PhD)

    Hobberdy Dick (6 hits in all publs 1955 to 1972, all 1955/56 or 1972) --maybe improve the Title Note

    LOd£ 1955 Eyre & S at ABE 4 images, at ABE w cover
    (price) [415] Spectator 1955-11-18 p678, [416] Manchester Guardian 1955-12-13 p6, [417] The Observer 1956-01-08 p12 --adverts that quote TLS review
    O. 1969 Alden --"illustrations" reported, not credited at WorldCat --format?
    O. 1972 Puffin, ill Anderson
    Od£i 1976 Puffin, ill Anderson (stock image at ABE)
    LOd$i 1977 Greenwillow, 1st US --frontispiece by Gloria Singer, likely cover artist
    1978 Kestrel, 3rd ISBN-0722653158 o[418] o[419] --return to ABEbooks on that
    1978 Puffin hc ISBN-0722653158 at ABE w front/back cover
    Od.i 1988 Canongate Kelpies ISBN-0862411963 ill Anderson
    Om.i 2000 JNB --price must be £5.99 by inference




     w  Charles A. Piddock 11235 [1] --niLC, only the 1 at WorldCat
     w  Joseph Coleman 11211 [3?] --niLC, conflated at WorldCat https://www.worldcat.org/identities/np-coleman,%20joseph/
    
    1. Space wars ... ; "illustrations"
    2. The missing papers : and six more stories of mystery and surprise o[420], no Contents; ISBN 0837435560; Pal; illus Kathryn S. Lucky
    3. The first witch : and seven more stories of demons, ghosts and vampires o[421], no Contents ; ISBN 0837435668; Pal; illus Kathryn Luckey


    LCCN: n97-111178 conflates Hyperion Press, 1970s, and Hyperion, 1990s



    Mary Poppins Opens the Door (1943/44) T29571

    1943 Reynal & Hitchcock
    1944 Peter Davies

    The Magic Bed-Knob (Bedknob/Bed Knob) (1943/44/45) T[422] at Amazon.com

    1943 Hyperion, [48]
    1945 Dent, 112!

    Online discussion (tor.com) [423]

    c. 1950 animation ?

    1971 live-action and animation --at Wikipedia [424]

    upcoming stage musical [425]


    1944 review [426]-03-12, [427]-06-04, also PhiInq -06-04 p43
    1944 advert [428]-06-04, [429]-11-12
    1945 Disney acquisition [430]-08-09, [431]-08-10, [432]-08-12
    1945 UK received [433]-11-23, advert [434]-12-01, review [435]-12-16
    1957 Bed-Knob and Broomstick at Kirkus [436]


    Thomas Charles (T. C.) Bridges 146637 (37) --q
    
    nidb) 1937 Adventures Under Ground o[437] at Amazon
     lws  G. Sidney Paternoster 219074 (6)[15]
    

    Alice

    User:Pwendt/save#Alice - much Spring 2018 work

    http://lccn.loc.gov/n2008064588 http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n2008-064588

    Alice's Adventures in Cambridge (1913) T560738
    *lw  R. C. Evarts 226482 (2)[3]  
    E. L. Barron --niVIAF ; As of 2018-06-21 WorldCat conflates this E. L. Barron with a late 20th century scientist, and reports no other works by this one
    
    LOm.ic 1913 PV --using the only hit found 2018-07-02 in automated search ("adventures in cambridge") of 1913 newspapers
    2008 https://lccn.loc.gov/2008040905


    Malice in Kulturland (1914/15) T2199416
     lws  Horace Wyatt 252880 (4)[20] 
    (W.) Tell (1)[1] http://lccn.loc.gov/no2001-082308 http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2001082308/
    
    Fo[438] (20: 6 as 1914 The Car, 8 as 1915 The Car, 5 as 1917 Dutton, 1 as 2010)
    O..ic 1914 at HDL (unique)
    LO..ic 1915 PV --NEED explain multiple 1915 printings or states
    1917 at HDL (2), Getty w cover
    2015 pb at Amazon w cover that matches 1915

    t.p. 1914 and (c) 1917 copies at HDL appear to be identical except layout, p[1]-80 and p[3]-84; probably the work was entirely unrevised during the progress of the war

    WorldCat records that do report size all give 20cm for the 1917 US, 22cm for the 1914/15/17 UK. But the verification copy is smaller.

    newspapers (8 hits Sep 1916 to May 1917)

    "Books Received" LCJ 1916-09-11 p8 (Dutton, no price)
    "Malice in Kulturland" BG -11-16 p13 "a clever play on "Alice" with the battlegrounds and politics of Europe as the field" (no price)
    "Book Reviews" by R. A. Halley Nashville Tennesseean ... 1917-03-25 pH9; $0.75 "astute and humorous", "the cleverest of the many parodies", "satire on Prussian war diplomacy and propaganda", Tell "effectively adapted some of Tenniel's illustrations to the text" [439] --both Wonderland and Looking-Glass evidently
    Review ... Cin Enq -04-02 p7 --brilliant, "the parody being very close and clever"
    "Malice ... SFC -04-08 p22 (positive)
    Gossip ... CT -04-14 p10, Elia W. Peattie --"rather flat", but verse highlights
    Malice ... BG -04-22 p61 --very brief notice, no price nor indication that it is not new; "presents with much satire the Prussian methods in [war?] diplomacy and propaganda"
    After Dodgson N-Y Trib -05-05 p9


    You catalog six e-copies of Alice's Adventures in Kulturland as 1914 (1), 1915 (3), 1917 (2). In fact, the one catalogued as 1914 (inu) states 1915 on its title page and the third of three catalogued as 1915 (uc2) states 1914 on its title page.

    HDL 1914 U California inside cover --contains 1 back page pasted to cover, p[81] evidently identical to p[81] of verification copy

    HDL 1915 U Michigan [440] BOUND Nov 16 1942 --contains 8 back pages, 5 printed and 3 blank

    HDL 1915 U California --2? back pages, both blank (no adverts)

    HDL 1915 Indiana U --4? back pages, all blank

    HDL 1917 NYPL --(text 3-84), 8 back pages, all blank

    HDL 1917 Getty --(front cover) title page (text, 3-84, 6 back pages, all blank

    None contains list of Contents or Illustrations

    I. The Change
    II. The Duel Monarchy
    III. Limelighters and Rumour
    IV. The Mad Tea-Party
    V. Army-Barmy
    VI. The Trial


    BiblioLife, 2009 (at Amazon) text spans p[3]-84

    The Car Illustrated

    London : George Butler Morris, 1902-1918; ed. Hon. John Scott Montagu o[441]


    The Annotated Snark (1962) T1911073
    1962 P670586 --PV in progress

    illustrations: fep; 36 41; 46 (map, 48*); 57; 61; 65; 77*; 83*; 88; bep=fep ?=? 1876 cover Fits: 37; 47; 54; 59; 65; 75; 81; 85

    1967 P393916 --PV Pete Young, now Transient
    1973 --nidb
        The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits • (1876) • interior artwork by Henry Holiday
       -- \ 11 • Preface for the Penguin Edition (The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits) • (unknown) • essay by Martin Gardner
       11 \ 15 • Introduction (The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits) • (unknown) • essay by Martin Gardner
    27 half-title "Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark" // With Notes by Martin Gardner (29-89) 
    29 dedicatory poem
       33 \ 41 • Preface (The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits) • (1876) • essay by Lewis Carroll
       35? \ 43 • The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits • (1876) • poem by Lewis Carroll (variant of The Hunting of the Snark)
       91 \ 97 • Bibliography (The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits) • (unknown) • essay by Martin Gardner
       96,109 \ 103 • Appendix (The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits) • (unknown) • essay by Martin Gardner
       96 \ 104 • A Commentary on the Snark • (1901) • essay by F. C. S. Schiller [as by Snarkophilus Snobbs]
       109 \ 123 • Fit the Seven-and-a-Halfth: The Clue • (unknown) • poem by J. A. Lindon 
    

    1962 newspapers ("annotated snark", 10)

    [442] Chi Trib -09-23 pF4 "Books Alive" by Vincent Starrett
    [443] NYHT -12-02 Outstanding Books of 1962
    (pass over 6, Oct/Nov)
    [444] NYHT -12-05 p27 publisher advert with dustjacket image; front design incorporates the bell and the map (by Carroll or Holiday?) $3.95

    LC (various titles)

    1962 https://lccn.loc.gov/61016553 --in queue
    Kaufmann c1981; 1982, c1981 (2)
    1995
    2006 https://lccn.loc.gov/2006018928 -official TOC o[445]


    Alice's Adventures Under Ground (1886) T563533

    Fo[446]

    1964 P670588 --PV in progress --in queue
    t.p. subtitle: A facsimile of the original Lewis Carroll manuscript
    preliminary leaf "the Alice Manuscript" by Luther H. Evans, former (1946?) Librarian of Congress
    British Museum had bid L10,000 in 1928 when it sold for $72500 "with some of Dodgson's letters and some first editions"; ms. to be auctioned April 1946; Evans determined to raise money and in the event Rosenbach purchased it for $50,000 to be reimbursed by the group (to which he donated); presented by Evans in 1948
    1979 P425740 --PV Andrewk 2013
    - does not imply entry of the subtitle

    LC #324-337

    1951? https://lccn.loc.gov/52040112 ; 1932 Macm https://lccn.loc.gov/33001141 --no data (2), unexamined?
    c1964 a facsimile of the original Lewis Carroll manuscript --in queue
    [1953] Panda https://lccn.loc.gov/90180104
    1980 Mayflower https://lccn.loc.gov/80008599 ; 1886 Macm
    2009 ; [1965] Dover https://lccn.loc.gov/65027014 ; c2000 [c1965, 1966] 2015 c2009
    1985 HRW https://lccn.loc.gov/85080635 , Pavilion https://lccn.loc.gov/88156137 at Amazon

    University Microfilms (, Inc.) and successor LCCN

    n79021033 n79021031 n79021032 no99030970 n2001062548
    University Microfilms Library Services n86024767
    University Microfilms International. Dissertations Publishing --LAC: 0006D1650


    [447] Phi Inq 1964-05-24 p186 "When Alice Came to Philadelphia"

    1932 visit of Alice Liddell to Philadelphia, to the home of Dr ASW Rosenbach who owned the manuscript --purchased 1928 for $77000
    British Museum failed to raise that sum; brought to the US and shown, later sold to Eldridge R. Johnson; all three met at Rosenbach's with the ms. in its portable steel safe
    Rosenbach bought it again from the Johnson heirs and sold it for $50000 (and no fee), given to LC for presentation to the BM

    [448] NYT 1964-12-20 pBR8 "Alice" Anew $4.50; states 1945

    [449] Chi Trib 1964-12-22 pB14 boxed facsimile ed.; also states 1946


    (older)

    1951 -- longer collection (pp. 1-274 maybe identical)
    1971 -- differs from 1951; contains only the 1986
    1986 The Complete Alice & The Hunting of the Snark T186621 ISBN 0-224-02820-0
    Phantasmagoria and Other Poems, or Rhyme? and Reason? <= from three-line Contents listing without comma)
    Rhyme? and Reason?, Phantasmagoria and Other Poems. = two-line back-cover listing with comma
    Henry Holiday may be credited with a share of the illustrations, relying on 1883, but see 1911
    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Other Stories -- differs
    2015 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Other Tales -- two different


     lw  Lori M. Campbell, ed. 134833 (3)
     lw .Renée Flower 86025 (3)
    

    Alice omnibus, illus Weisgard 1949

    [450]

    1949

    [451] NYHT -09-25 pE17 Bechtel "From 'Dr. Dolittle' to Superman: ..."
    The new ed. "will be issued in one volume by Harper on Nov. 9." 24 full-page col, 24 b/w chapter headings NYT -10-01 p11 "Books--Authors"
    -11-13, 4 items today!
    review [452] NYHT pE18 (w Secret Garden, Nora S. Unwin)
    review [453] NYT pBR42 Alice B. Louchheim
    adverts NYT pBR31 NYHT pE23 "Harper Books for Boys and Girls" (as 1 of 8 for younger, with 4 for older)
    [454] CSM -11-15 p13 "Jolly Stories ..."
    [455] LAT -12-04 pE7 "Children's Books ..."
    [456] NYHT -12-04 pE19 Bechtel "About 100 Good Books ..."

    T 8150 Alice's Adventures T ---- Sylvie and Bruno Concluded

    MLB P390680 This publication record implies that title page shows the long title of the first novel, and short title of the second novel with hyphen --Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Meanwhile interior title pages for the two novels use the short title of the first and the long title of the second without hyphen. Please double-check that when you have a chance. If correct, does the interior title page of the second novel use the comma or not? The record now shows a comma for the second novel only, none for its introduction and illustrations.

    short title "Alice in Wonderland" certainly used in 1932 LEC ed. (title page image from online dealer)

    • 1893 (title page displays on two lines Sylvie and Bruno // Concluded)
    • 1991 (WorldCat records list "Sylvie and Bruno Continued")
    • 2009 - no found at WorldCat; Amazon now provides no image or "Look inside"
    • 2010 verified by User:Mhhutchins states "Sylvie and Bruno Continued"[sic] in Notes, uses "Sylvie and Bruno Concluded" to disambiguate the preface
    • 2012 (Contents shows Sylvie and Bruno // Concluded, WorldCat list of Contents "Sylvie and Bruno Concluded")
    • 2013 - fix in progress
    1604655 Tangled, Novelty[var], Photog[?], Legend, Wilhelm
    Through the Looking Glass Tenniel T1044304

    Wilhelm at WorldCat

    Further nonsense verse and prose, 1926 o[457]
    1998 as The complete illustrated works of Lewis Carroll o[458] xiv+1165
    1998 as The complete illustrated Lewis Carroll o[459] xiv+1165
    2013 Alice's ... Other Stories o[460]
    2015 Bruno's revenge and other stories (9) o[461] 93pp 9781515140610

    2010 xiv+1165, many contents not entered


    2 Alice, 2 Sylvie, and

    Verse: The hunting of the snark ; Early verse ; Puzzles from Wonderland ; Prologues to plays ;
    Phantasmagoria ; College rhymes and notes by an Oxford chiel ; Acrostics, inscriptions, and other verse ;
    Three sunsets and other poems --
    Stories: A tangled tale ; Novelty and romancement ; A photographer's day out ; Wilhelm von Schmitz ; The legend of Scotland --
    A miscellany.
    



    P419305 - 2012 omnibus Illustrated Collection at Amazon w Look --NEED contents check especially Phantasmagoria and Other Poems

    Phantasmagoria and Other Poems, or Rhyme? and Reason?
    Phantasmagoria, Other Poems (6: Echoes, A Sea Dirge, Ye Carpette Knyghte, Hiawatha's ..., Melancholetta, A Valentine), The Three Voices (3), Other Poems (6), Four Riddles, Other Poems (1)

    = 1911

    Wikipedia confuses the three collections

    Phantasmagoria and Other Poems (1869)
    Rhyme? and Reason? (1883)
    Phantasmagoria and Other Poems (1911), Gutenberg Ebook #651 [=1883 except The Hunting of the Snark]

    T1217005-as 1869 ti: "Phantasmagoria and Other Poems" Fo[462] (56)

    1869; 9. 1911 (some as Repr.); 19. 1919 o[463] as viii+166 16cm; 24. 1922; 25. 1929; 29. 1990s Gutenberg; 34. 1992; 36. 1998; 39-56 [2000s]
    1869 at HDL

    1911

    [464] India received 1s. -10-18
    [465] Toronto received C$0.35 -11
    2013-03-30

    The Hunting ... Nonsense Verse

    1952 http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/698217532, http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/3576225, http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/365014640
    197-
    1883 The Macmillan Company
    1884 Macmillan and Co. o[466] as "Juvenile audience"

    "Inscribed to a dear Child: in memory of golden summer hours and whispers of a summer sea. Girt with a boyish garb for boyish task, ..."

    HDL provides full view of several copies including one from U California with original cover: red cloth with gold stamped lettering and decoration, nonpictorial title page at HDL and 9-page publisher advertisements (US)

    ti: Rhyme and Reason; au: Carroll Fo[467]

    HDL as 1884 (6) as 1883 (also 1888 1895 1909)
    HDL Three Sunsets and Other Poems as 1898 (3)--only two distinct 1898-02 1st UCalifornia, 1898-02 2nd CornellU, both with cover
    Preface: "Nearly the whole of this volume is a reprint of the serious portion of Phantasmagoria and other Poems, which was first published in 1869 and has long been out of print."
    Contents (15), List of Illustrations (12 full-page b/w included in the pagination), spans p1-[68]

    ti: "Rhyme? and Reason?" Fo[468]

    Rhyme?, 1st ed. o[469] HDL

    compound title "... or Rhyme? and Reason?" not found

    The Illustrated LC Collection 2012 T1604648 at Amazon w Look

    The Completed Illustrated (1982) P186625 xxii+868

    at Amazon w cover as Random House 1986, 869pp

    The Complete Illustrated (1991), xiv+1165, 30/31cm Fo[470]

    o[471] NY: Gallery, 1991, 0831715510
    Alice's adventures in wonderland --
    Through the looking glass --
    Sylvie and Bruno --
    Sylvie and Bruno concluded --
    The hunting of the snark --
     Early verse --
    Puzzles from wonderland --
    Prologues to play --
    Phantasmagoria --
    College rhymes adn notes by an Oxford chiel --
    Acrostics, inscriptions, and other verse --
    Three sunsets and other poems --
     Stories --
     Miscellany.
    
    o[472] Wordsworth Editions, 1996, 1853268976 ; o[473] With illustrations by John Tenniel[,] Arthur B. Frost[,] Henry Holiday & Harry Furniss.]
    Alice's adventures in Wonderland --
    Through the looking-glass --
    Sylvie and Bruno --
    Sylvie and Bruno concluded --
      Verse: 
    The hunting of the snark ; 
      Early verse ; 
    Puzzles from Wonderland ; 
    Prologues to plays ; 
    Phantasmagoria ; 
    College rhymes and notes by an Oxford chiel ; 
    Acrostics, inscriptions, and other verse ; 
    Three sunsets and other poems --
      Stories: 
    A tangled tale ;
    Novelty and romancement ;
    A photographer's day out ;
    Wilhelm von Schmitz ;
    The legend of Scotland --
      A miscellany.
    

    2015 "and Other Tales" at Amazon w Look: Chronological Table 1845--1897, N.D.

    I-IV same
    V. Verse (8 subparts)
    VI. Stories
    VII. A Miscellany

    2015 "Chronological Table", III, IV, VII, Index of First Lines of Verse 2016 Introduction, I, II, V, VI, Endnotes, The Life and Times of Lewis Carroll, Further Reading


    Complete Illustrated Fo[474]

    1982 Avenel xxii+868 ISBN 0517371553 051738566X o[475]Contents o[476] o[477]
    1988 95
    1982 Gramercy ISBN 0517100274 o[478]Contents o[479]Contents
    1993 95 New ed
    1982 Chancellor 934pp ISBN 0907486215 o[480] o[481] o[482]Contents(8), ISBN 1851525033 o[483]
    1983 84 86 87 89 90 91 eg o[484]; 1993 New ed
    1986\82 Longmeadow o[485] ISBN 0681400358 xxii+868
    1995 Leopard xxii+868 ISBN 0752900277 o[486]

    Amazon

    0681400358 Longmeadow 1986 [487] wrong cover image?
    051738566X ? [488]
    0517371553 (UK) Chancellor
    [489]

    publication to be continued: contents reported identically by WorldCat library records 318225814 8708902 804931499, this ISBN alone or first- or second-listed with 0517371553 [see also 0-907486-21-5 at Amazon UK]; Introduction from one front dustcover image ("Avenel"?) at Amazon US as 1986

    Complete Illustrated, as 1984 o[490], 1989 o[491], 934pp, 0907486215

    at Amazon as Hardcover: 864 pages; Publisher: Chancellor Press; Reprint edition (1984)
    at Amazon 1851525033 as 1996, 976pp "An anthology of Carroll's fiction and poetry features Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-glass, Alice's Adventures Underground, The Hunting of the Snark, and Rhyme? and Reason?"

    Complete Illustrated, 1993 o[492] xxii+868, 0517100274

    at Amazon as 1994

    Wordsworth and others xiv+1165



    ASK User talk:Rtrace#Alice illustrations

    The Annotated Alice: 150th P558606

    Some of the uncredited artwork is dated "unknown".

    p 27 : blank [2015] by W. H. Walker
    1907 [493] The New "Alices" Rackham and Robinson (no price), Walker 1/6
    1907 [494] Charles Robinson and Thomas Maybank eds.; also McSpadden Stories from Chaucer
    see 1923 Baldwin o[495] --not found in 1923 newspapers
    1986 facsim of 1907? o[496], 1990 facsim o[497]
    pp 53, 263 : blank [2015] by uncredited
    p 185 : blank [2015] by Leonard Weisgard

    1949 omnibus only? "2 volumes in 1"

    Alice https://lccn.loc.gov/49011807 (no punct., nor page/size)
    o[498] as 159 pp, 27 cm; o[499] as 160, 29; o[500] (three "and"); o[501] HDL as 159 --Tenniel/Fadiman

    LeonardWeisgard.com lists "Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [and] Through the Looking Glass, Harper, 1949."

    -- [502] notice 1949-10-01 p11 notes 24 col, 24 b/w illustrations
    "and" [503] review 1949-11-13 (publisher panel adverts NYHT and NYT, same day)

    later give date 1949-11 from coincidence of publications 1949-11-13

    at Amazon
    mainly images The Atlantic Blog
    LeonardWeisgard.com citing Rudolph J. Gutmann here too [504] --text adapted by Gutmann? ; illus copyright by Gutmann?
    "and" at ABEbooks 159pp
    with omni title page ?(and 1921 Tenniel omnibus, and Tove Jansson ed.) with 2nd title page ?
    Rudolph J. Gutmann http://www.worldcat.org/identities/np-gutmann,%20rudolph%20j/
    

    for discussion T563513 --omnibus illustrations by Tenniel

    omni 2008\1982 ? Oxford at Amazon US w Look

    omni 2016\2009\2001 ? Macmillan at Amazon US w Look o[505] o[506] o[507]

    NEED long title with "and What Alice Found There"

    Anna South, ed. https://lccn.loc.gov/nb2017000252 (0) http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nb2017-000252

    Fo[508] (c)2004 inclg 2011 colorized edition o[509]

    Thomas Maybank https://lccn.loc.gov/n84165345 (4) http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n84-165345 VIAF

    Baldwin copy of WHWalker 1923 reissue o[510]


    ASK User:Stonecreek ?

    Ghiuselev illustrated a 2000 German-language children's picture book Alice im Wunderland o[511] o[512] with "Poster"

    "Description: 23 S. zahlr. Ill. 22 x 30 cm 1 Poster"


    The Wasp in a Wig (1977)

    May 1977 "permission to print 750 cloth-bound copies and a paperback version"

    [513] NYT -05-29 p1 Jennifer Dunning "Alice and the Wasp: A Long Suppressed Episode: 'Alice and the Wasp' Being Printed"

    "The book, which is second in a series of Lewis Carroll studies available free to members of the society, has been printed in a deluxe limited edition [750 clothbound?] by the Angelica Press in New York City. It will be available at $10 in August, through the LCSoNA in Silver Spring, Md.

    [514] (AP) The Sun -05-30 pA3, Was Post -05-30 pD3 "[Armour] gave the LCSoNA, hq'd in SS, Md.,] permission to have the Angelica Press of New York printed 750 copies at $10 each and a paperback version."

    [515] NYT 1977-10-09 pBRA Morton N. Cohen "Alice's Adventures Under Ground"

    [516] Newsday -10-30 pB20 Nina King, Alice Meets The Wasp In a Wig

    pbk $10, limited-ed hc, trade hc January by Clarkson N. Potter

    [517] The Sun 1978-02-12 pD5 "is to be released", 1978-02-26 pD5 Jeffrey M. Landaw "The Wasp: Allowed to Sting at Last"

    [518] Was Post review -03-16 pD19

    "Alice" at Kirkus

    The Complete Alice, 2015-09, 150th anniversary ed. [519]

    .



    1961 translations (per London Observer, November 1964)

    Lenin, Khrushchev, Tolstoi
    Christie, Tagore, Shakespeare, Verne, Gardner
    Dostoevski, Twain, Buck, Gorki, Brown [48]
    Blyton [64]


    Do you have an agreed destination for publishers such as

    Xerox (now 3 publications, 1971 to 1980)
    Xerox Education Publications (6, 1969 to 1976)
    Xerox Educational (2, 1974 to 1980)

    P44268 - Al von Ruff?

    Permanent, Transient, and rescinded?



    try small size, frequent save, frequent export (crash control) 2018-01-26

    https://lccn.loc.gov/ () http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-

    Genre unknown

    Chris, Do you know anything about the genre of these stories by Philips Gibbs P336051?

    Forgotten Books - cover images at Amazon, are they genuine? book and jacket?

    one "straight" cover at Amazon


    Hutchinson & Co. https://lccn.loc.gov/no2008101666 (0) http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2008-101666
    Walter Hutchinson --see EN
    

    Magazine: Hutchinson's [520]

    Encyc

    1. Hutchinson's Story Magazine / Hutchinson's Magazine --"of special significance was the long series of 28 Spook Stories by E F Benson (April 1922-August 1929)."
    2. The Sovereign Magazine (pulp) -- "... many featuring fantasy elements, though primarily romances or mysteries. Later issues reprinted many Ghost Stories and macabre stories from the magazines Weird Tales and Ghost Stories."
    3. Adventure-Story Magazine --nidb
    4. (Hutchinson's) Mystery-Story Magazine -- "Mystery-Story exchanged many occult and ghost stories with WT and Ghost Stories."
    5. "In 1927 the two magazines merged as Adventure & Mystery Story Magazine (21 issues October 1927-June 1929), with mystery stories prevailing." --nidb

    Willem H.

    Who's Going to Take Over the World When I'm Gone?
    Watching the Detectives, or, the Sherlock Holmes Family Tree
    

    User talk:Chris J#Under the Witches' Moon --NEED return to that; and ask about Philip Gibbs genre mainly P336051


    2018-03-02 [521] Manchester Guardian review of 1905 Christmas Books Oswald Bastable and Others and others
    elws Frank Atkins, Frank Aubrey @LC, Fred Ashley, Fenton Ash 122730 (5 Aubrey, 2 Ash via search)
     w   Lewis Ramsden (A. L. Dowling) 205458 --niLC [4]
    
    ----.John Schonberg 205459 
      ?=? John Schönberg  https://lccn.loc.gov/no2005085263 (2) http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2005-085263
    el   G. A. Henty 82701 (223)
    els  Edward S. Ellis 126903 (~300)
    

    American Novel/s Publ. Co. at WorldCat

    1868 The Steam Man o[522]
    repr as (c)1867 o[523]
    1888 repr as Baldy's Boy Partner o[524]
    2016 Dover reprint o[525]
    sequel? o[526]
    el  .Dudley Hardy[, R.I.] 217532 (3)
     w  .A. K. MacDonald 235653 --niLC (ill, The Cheesewring)
    

    "My Fairy" by Lewis Carroll [1932] o[527] o[528]

    Carroll, Yet What Are All ... (1958) --likely one stanza from Phantasmagoria and Other Poems "Four Riddles" No. I, or The First Riddle [529]; at Gutenberg Ebook #651, p152 --ASK PV

    Gutenberg transcribes "first published in 1869" but the Contents of its 1911 Phantasmagoria and Other Poems do not match the 1869 collection at HDL. Four Riddles, part I, was published in some magazine and then in 1883 collection per 1883 uncredited Note.

    1911/PG#651 Contents [530] match those of the 1883 Rhyme or Reason (including page numbers to p130?) except that "The Hunting of the Snark" p131-180 is omitted. Rhyme ends p214, 1911/PG#651 ends p166. The difference may be entirely in the bracketed note or layout of Four Riddles, p202-10 and p152-62.


    1932

    Kirkus (Google hits none of these titles, any edition), related:

    Patua Pinocchio, della Chiesa abridged (2015) o[531]
    Napoli, Tales from the Arabian Nights (2015), 45 tales, starred review at Kirkus
    Del  Wilhelm Busch 212331 (267)
    .William Townsend ?=? English artist born 1909 https://lccn.loc.gov/n85274237 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n85-274237 ()[Moonshine the only evident fiction]
    
    Qlw  Carol della Chiesa 267888 (7) --Pinocchio Under the Sea https://lccn.loc.gov/13019424
     lw .Helene Carter 267889 (11)[many] 
    

    their 1931 Pinocchio at Amazon

    o[532] G&D vi+236, 20cm, ISBN 0394859103
    o[533] G&D x+195, 24cm
    G&D 1965 distinct transl, illus ISBN 044805471X at Amazon
    el   Evelyn Sharp 151868 (18)
    

    Price from table in Evelyn Sharp, "The Fairy Tale Triumphant", Manchester Guardian 1932-12-01 p30-31 (Supplement pXII-XIII); on 20 new books

    [534] Manchester Guardian 1932-12-01 p30-31 (Supplement pXII-XIII) Evelyn Sharp lists 20 books including
    6s, 6s, 3/6
    7/6 elf Rachel Field, UK ed. of Hitty T1980506 --primarily writer of fiction for adults and poetry for all ages, editor
    uk
    George Routledge & Sons, Ltd. (1937) at Amazon w cover; Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd.; Third impression edition (1950) at Amazon w jacket
    3/6 -lw Margaret Baker & Mary, Patsy and the Leprechaun Fo[535] 107pp o[536]; US (c)1933 [109]pp o[537] https://lccn.loc.gov/33027018
    6s Laurence Housman P597762 What O'Clock Tales
    uk/us 1932/33
    7/6 elf Ella Young [half-title image from Amazon] T881702 --see also (c)1932 Special ed. o[538] --note 1999 Review by Ruth Berman ; (c)1932 McKay 1962 printing reports 9 plates o[539] --NEED title info
    uk/us 1932
    6s elf Alison Uttley, Moonshine and Magic, 20 stories
    LO-$i Faber at Amazon w cover, Amazon US shows jacket identical
    WorldCat shows no US ed. this title
    5s EN, 6s, 6s
    7/6 Qlw Carol della Chiesa, Puppet Parade T2336434 [no title hit at Amazon] --NEED title info
    LOm$ Longmans us --NEED newspapers
    Longmans uk --NEED price resolution 7/6 or 12/6 ?
    3/6
    3/6 --w Mabel Marlowe, Wotta-Woppa 102pp o[540] --Marlowe niLCCat
    3/6 el- Rose Fyleman, The Easter Hare Fo[541] v+112 o[542] o[543] --niLC
    6s Anthony Armstrong, The Prince Who Hiccuped collection (below) --the last of 16 that Sharp covers in the text, the remainder are listings only
    5s John Ruskin, Arthur Rackham's King of the Golden River T2336432 --Harrap = Lippincott (below) -q
    O-£i uk Harrap
    LOm$i us Lippincott
    10/6 Tales from the Arabian Nights Milford; o[544] as Oxford, abridgements
    5s, 6s


    Rackham (146) inclg The King https://lccn.loc.gov/32028180 "Printed in Great Britain." 48pp o[545]; 60pp o[546] and as HathiTrust o[547]

    1932 Deluxe o[548]
    1939 longer title o[549]

    at Amazon

    Harrap 1932 1932 pbk --not Rackham nor 1932? (bad cover image) 2013 Pook
    Harrap 1932 dj identical to book cover?

    Gutenberg P335045 as well as some early publ records NEEDs work


    Andersen/Rackham

    Harrap (29 WorldCat records) -- o[550] 26cm o[551] 27cm o[552]; Deluxe o[553] o[554]; 1985 [24] 0245542698 o[555] [12] o[556]
    David McKay -- 22 Contents [1932] o[557] at HDL; 197? o[558]
    Weathervane Books -- 22 Contents 1977? [559]; n.d. ISBN 0517225557 o[560]; + some as 1932, [1932]
    Bloomsbury -- 1988 o[561]

    1932 newspapers (andersen rackham "fairy tales") 7 hits, uk only, earliest -11-26

    earliest [562] IT -11-26 p4 15/- and The King 5/- parchment cover
    Observer -12-04 (hume, above)
    [563] Scotsman -12-08 p4

    publisher adverts

    same, advert [564]
    [565] MG -12-01 advert ; (and Mario Labocetta 38 illustrations in color)
    [566] Scotsman -12-08

    1933

    earliest Phi Inq -12-02 p15 Andersen's Fairy Tales Coward-McCann, Eliz. MacK., ACM; The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book Lippincott
    [567] NYHT -12-03 pF12 MLB "Selected List ..." (long)
    Andersen Fairy Tales Rackham $3.50, retail adverts (no publisher) CT -12-13 p7, -12-13 p17

    David McKay ed. not found except by MLB 1942 [568]

    Rackham McKay $3.50, McKinstry Coward-McCann $2.50, ?? Dutton $1.50, Whistler Oxford $2.25

    McKay did publish Rackham's Izaak Walton, perhaps late 1931 (1932-01: [569] [570])

    McKay [1932] "Printed in Great Britain." https://lccn.loc.gov/33027041 [4023794] --LC also gives Wind in the Willows, Heritage Press [1944]

    Weathervane Books did reprint Rackham's 1915 A Christmas Carol (1978 [571]) and Rackham's Brothers Grimm (1979 o[572]) and Rackham's Poe's Tales (1985 o[573] --page-count matches 1986 Octopus, with much shorter list of Contents!)

    Elizabeth MacKinstry http://lccn.loc.gov/n85034582 (14)[many] https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n85-034852 --new eds. of fairy tales primarily; 1920s/30s ; Andersen's https://lccn.loc.gov/33027287
    


    Kirkus: Andersen "Fairy Tales"

    Fairy Tales, Folktales and Myths Book Reviews (page 47) [574]
    1904, 1958 Weisgard, 1962 transl Kingsland, n.d. Tasha Tudor,
    Joseph Auslander 1897 EN
    

    The Winged Horse [poetry anthology]

    UK

    review by Hugh Walpole The Observer -12-04 pIV
    "Mr. Walpole Goes Further" --part II of Christmas children's books ; Unicorn perhaps the best 12/6 ; Moonshine is for younger children ;
    by Mary Crosbie "It Really Happened" (same page) "facts dressed up as fiction ... under the guise of fairy-tales, old Oola-Boola tells the children of a little German town about the stars and the moon, about a water-drop's career ..."

    US

    books of the week NYHT -09-11 pI13 --Puppet, The Enchanted Sword
    books of the week NYHT -09-25 pI25 --Unicorn, Charlemagne;
    received NYT -09-25 pBR27 $2.00
    [575] NYHT 1932-10-23 pI9, 3 puppet books by MLB (Becker)
    [576] NYHT 1932-11-13 pI18 Longmans US advert inclg Puppet Parade, The Unicorn, The Enchanted Sword --each $2.00 "New Books for Boys and Girls"
    [577] NYT 1932-11-13 pBR8 (multipage) Anne T. Eaton "The Author of "Little Women" And Children's Books Today:"
    issued yday 1932-12-08 [578] 7th quarterly Catholic "white list" (all published in US) includes Puppet Parade, The Unicorn

    (not including Puppet Parade)(both that and The Enchanted Sword reviewed in Catholic World 136:811 (Oct 1): 377, not available)

    [579] NYHT -11-13 pI12 "A Fusillade of Adventure" Charles J. Finger --3 uncertain genre inclg The Enchanted Sword

    CJF, The Spreading Stain (1927)

    UK ed. (dnf 1927 UK newspapers) as short title at WorldCat o[580]
    #758 in Bleiler 1990, names Heinemann too

    CJF in US from 1896 (SFE3); reviewer of some books for the NYHT column by May Lamberton Becker "Books for Young People"

    MLB edited NYHT column "Books for Young People"; named in database Notes thus at least 1932 to 1940

    Henry K. Pasma 1881 1938 --niLC, NTA 072723610, http://www.worldcat.org/identities/viaf-287788692

    1932 The Enchanted Sword o[581] xi+275, illus. Bernard Westmacott https://lccn.loc.gov/no20125087346 (1, Little Bigs)[9] http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2015-087346

    --NEED newspaper review to assess genre


    UK

    1932-12-01 review Evelyn Sharp, Man Gua
    1932-12-04 review Hume Gregory, Observer [582] 12/6 --also Rackham's Andersen 15/-
    1932-12-10 review New Statesman [583] 12/6


    [584] The Scotsman 1932-12-08 p4 "George G. Harrap", first Tales of Hoffman, illus Mario Saboccetta 21/-; Rackham's Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen 15/-, King of the Golden River 5/-; H. M. Brock's Dickens

    Dickens

    1932 o[585] 10 Contents; 1934 G&D o[586]; 1934 Dodd, Mead o[587] 10 Contents --1st to 6th of 10 indb, four as 4 of 5 in series Christmas Stories
     lws Thomson Burtis 125345 (8)[6+ Rex Lee and other series] 
    

    The War of the Ghosts (American Boy, Mar-Jun 1932) --DFP August advance notice mentions 1958, autumn notices mention 1986; possibly a change from the serial to the book


    1960s

    https://lccn.loc.gov/ () http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-

     lws Romulus Rexner 4881 (0)[2]
     lw  Herbert A. Kenny 268287 (12)[many]
    el  .Kelly Oechsli 241938 (65)
     lw .Michael Charlton 181717 (9)[many] 
     lw .Joseph Cellini 94857 (39)[many] --new-illustrator of three 1966 to 1968 US eds. 
     lw .Michal Morse 268191 (1)[8] --identity from WorldCat alone
    

    ASK Willem H. re [Amsterdam]: Pantheon ; Pantheon Books ; Pantheon Press P596137


    Rosemary Sutcliff, The High Deeds of Finn MacCool T19535

    LOy£i 1967 uk
    LOm$ 1967 us
    Oy.i 1968 Puffin


    James Reeves, poet (from 1930s) and prolific writer of children's fiction (from 1950s) including "many volumes of Twice-Told tales" (nidb 2018-03-12); original listings include Pigeons and Princesses (1956)

    1956 o[588] w description, ISBN; [874982814] --and 3 later eds/printings, Contents not found


    L. M. Boston,

    The Sea Egg, novella "magical realism"? (dnf Kirkus)
    1st (dnf 1967 newspapers) Price 15/- from brief review by Isabel Quigley in The Guardian 1967-07-07 p7 "Time and place magic" (see the novella record)

    o[589] as Faber, 1967, also reports ISBN 0571093892

    at Amazon as 1970 pbk, US at Amazon as 1967-06
    The Fossil Snake, novelette?
    [590] Paterson 1976 with The Dollhouse Caper P575224
    Jean S. O'Connell --niLC [1 only] https://www.worldcat.org/identities/np-oconnell,%20jean%20s/

    The Dollhouse Caper --NEEDs Scholastic 1979 ed. (expand from 2 publ records to 3) [591] Katherine Paterson, The Washington Post 1976-05-02 pL2 "World of Wonders", 3 new fantasies for ages 8 to 12 (this one entirely positive)


    FictionMags Index (FMI)

    SFE3: Publication A-Z

    many

    EoF: Publication entries: 191

    many redirects to "Magazines" inclg The Argosy, Atlantic, Harper's, Pall Mall, Pearson's, Strand, Yellow Book;
    contrast articles "Blackwood's Magazine", "Hutchinson's Magazines" (and several post-1922)
    Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series
    "Christian Fantasy"


    The Strand Magazine at ISFDB; at SFE3; at FictionMags :

    http://www.philsp.com/magazines.html (Magazines)
    http://www.philsp.com/data/data463.html#STRANDMAGAZINE1891 (The Strand, about)
    http://www.philsp.com/mags/strand1.html (cover, by issue) --and whether or not the issue is a phantom?
    http://www.philsp.com/homeville/fmi/c/clm572.htm#A5915 (etext, by issue) ; for 1892 this table provides identical links for the July and September to December etext (interior images, from bound volume 4)
    http://www.philsp.com/homeville/fmi/t/t6436.htm#A142951 (v4 #20 Aug 1892 ... 112pp)
    https://archive.org/stream/TheStrandMagazineAnIllustratedMonthly/TheStrandMagazine1892bVol.IvJul-dec#page/n129/mode/2up (image pp[114-15])


    A. Lyne's at FictionMags :

    [first in alphabetical order]
    http://www.philsp.com/homeville/fmi/t/t1.htm#A13
    Pearson's Magazine

    at ISFDB; at SFE3 (inclg US ed.); at FictionMags :

    http://www.philsp.com/homeville/fmi/t/t4810.htm#TOP

    https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.a0004423869;view=1up;seq=103 93-99 illustrated by R. Skelton (I would interpret the signature as I.R. J.R. or T.R. Skelton)

    113-18[or -120] The Merry Thought, compilation [592], followed by two-side frontispiece of the next number, p[121-22] ; but at least two images or blank pages are missing between 240 and 246, HathiTrust skips 241 and 242 in its numbering ; vol ends p736 with "The Merry Thought" (and more?) unnumbered at the back, 8pp color ending here ; bound with July frontispiece leaf p[1-2] as frontispiece of the volume, title leaf, index leaf (only 2 pp!) (somewhat unreliable as Spiritualist, 92; Sabatini, 93) ;
    p[3] footer obscured, evidently
    "Pearson's Magazine.--July, 1905.--No. 115.     Vol. XX.--1."
    [123] evidently
    "Pearson's Magazine.--August, 1905.--No. 116.     Vol. XX.--9."

    HathiTrust HDL: Pearson's UK provides full view of bound volumes (whose completeness as a record of the six issues may vary) --from California, Iowa, Minnesota

    1-8 (1896/99) redundant to FMI
    11-18 (1901/04) redundant to FMI
    20-21 (1905/06)
    26-28 (1908/09)
    30 (1910)
    35-36 (1913)
    47-48 (1919)

    26 of 54 volumes

    perhaps some UK/US confusion July 1901, XX ; NYPL July 1901, XX and several others apparently "off by three" years

    at HDL: Pearson's (US)

    July 1904, N. S. EDITION, No. 3.

    Playing the Game. A Public School Story., pp. 487-92, illustrated by Harold Copping (running headers 489, 491 A Cricket Story.)


    ..

    [593] NYT 1938-08-07 "Books Received" inclg Wanda Gag


    el  .Katherine Pyle 112470 (40)
    

    Kimberly Glyder, cover illus/design (recent CSL) 137233 --niLC --niWorldCat

    Graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, B.F.A. in Graphic Design

    Of Other Worlds: Essays and Stories (1966) Fo[http://www.worldcat.org/title/of-other-worlds-essays-and-stories/oclc/3329929 (34, all with subtitle)

    inclg two with List of Contentse: Bles 1966 o[594]; HBW/HBJ HB 317 o[595]; and others o[596]

    The Dark Tower and Other Stories (1977) 3rd Harvest printing, 2002 at Amazon w Look

    LCCN two ISBN
    OCLC three ISBN

    2017\2012 Harcourt at Amazon w Look


    1949 Children's Books

    [597] -11-15 Darling, CSM --incl Alice
    [598] -12-04 Bechtel, NYHT (100) --inclg Secret Garden ill Unwin $3.00, Little Grey Men $2.50, Blue Cat $2.75
    [599] -12-11 Buell, NYT

    Little Grey Men

    1942 https://lccn.loc.gov/43004863
    ABEbooks [600] [601] [602]; 1946 [603]
    1949us https://lccn.loc.gov/49011210 o[604]
    [605] NYHT 1949-11-13 pE8 "Lifelike Adventure in Three Fairy Lands" (page view), also pE31 and NYT pBR25 "Scribners presents some wonderful new books for children!"
    [606] NYT -12-04 review
    2001 oxford https://lccn.loc.gov/2004541300 GBA1-59117 as 246pp
    0 19 271868-1 at Amazon as 2001 8.5in pbk, 224pp ; o[607] as 224pp
    0-19-271946-7 at Amazon as 2004 7.8in pbk, 256pp ; o[608] 246pp, o[609] specifies original b/w illus
    o[610] o[611] as 2012 20cm 248pp
    2004 harpercollins https://lccn.loc.gov/2003024142
    at Kirkus
    2008 Folio Society o[612]

    sequel (2nd, 1969) https://lccn.loc.gov/71529947

    Wikipedia cover image history needs interpretation [613]


    The Blue Cat of Castle Town, Coblentz [614] ; 1974 https://lccn.loc.gov/74014930

    [615] LCJ 1949-11-13 p54 or p3.14 "New Titles for Children's Week"
    el   Catherine Cate Coblentz 258445 (15)
     lw .Janice Holland 191846 (12) 
    
    1 2 1 (12/16
    2 4 2 (4/16)
    1 4 6 4 1 (60/256) = 15
    4 9 x 9 4 (112/256) = 27/64
    6 x ? x 6 (84/256) = 21; x=12


    NATHAN GALLIZIER DEAD. Special to The New York Times New York Times (1923-Current file), Jan 12, 1927, p.25


    P548275 Under the Witches' Moon (1st, 1917)

    Evidently this image shows a later ed./printing, probably a February 1920 "Second Impression"
    no other early found at WorldCat 2018-02-12
    short title at WorldCat, latterday only (2) Fo[616]

    [617] local review Cin Enq 1917-11-19 p4 (reviews of 8th, 9th books not found)


    The Leopard Prince [618] Cin Enq 1920-11-09 p7 review "It is founded upon a [14c] conspirace between the Ban of Bosnia and a traitorous Venetian to betray the city."; features "Zuan Capello, the young nobleman who seeks to defeat the conspirators."; serial escapes with the "blessing of the goddess Fortuna" and "two women of marvelous beauty"; little characterization; sinister and mysterious atmosphere, ornate style; ill The Kinneys


    Cupples & Leon https://lccn.loc.gov/nr00009578 () http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nr00-009578


    Art Buchwald, The Bollo Caper anthropomorphic, conservation --nidb

    1974 56p ill Brinckloe https://lccn.loc.gov/73010857 http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/922383 K
    1983 62p ill Primavera https://lccn.loc.gov/83004583
    elw  .Elise Primavera (47)
    


     lws Lillian Elizabeth Roy 106065 (27) 
    
    1929 The Prince of Atlantis P244769 PV Chavey
    1919 Alice in Beeland T1653231 at HDL o[619]
    (alice beeland) (1 hit 1919, none 1920) [620] $1.00 retail price under "This Is Children's Book Week" 1919-11-09 pS5 (as by "L. E. Roy")
    HDL with original cover

    -- List of Illustrations, lists 4 (frontispiece and 3 plates not included in the pagination) -- text spans p1-152 Illustrations include head- and tail-pieces and inline, all b/w and grey drawings probably

    PV by Chavey --what source of information about this book, or multiple printings of the 1919 ed. --NEED check magazines

    2012 publisher states "€12.95, £10.95, $15.95" [621]

    one at Biblio.com [622]
    one copy sold with "Elsie's Adventures in Insect Land. by Gertrude P. Dyer. Ward. 1882. 8vo. school prize bkplt. glt. pict. cl. Plus Sylvia in Flowerland, by Linda Gardiner, Seeley, 1899. ill. H.E. Butler, 8vo. bkplt. pict. cl ." --nidb nidb
     lw .Julia Greene 195976 (4)  
    
    1917 Alice in Wonderland o[623] --dnf newspapers 1917/1918
    collaborator Helen Pettes https://lccn.loc.gov/no2012061157 (1)[4] http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2012-061157

    .A. C. Aalholm ? identity ? https://lccn.loc.gov/nr92012573 () http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nr92-012573



    . l  Doron Ben-Ami 9995 (16) 
    

    LC needs transfer of two titles to this archaeologist https://lccn.loc.gov/no2014108378 --ERROR REPORT done 2018-03-05

    The Haunted House, anthology ill Ben-Ami

    1995 library binding at Amazon
    P41329, P41330 --q

    prepare for import of all 8 interior contents with page numbers, from publication 276750 (trade hardcover with identical page-count)



    Outlook 1922-11-15 p486 The Shadow Witch "An extremely imaginative story, suitable only for 'unmorbid' children. 10-12." $2.00

    ALSO The Boy Who Found the King (Raymond MacDonald Alden 168287), fairy tales, $1.75

    Adventures of a Brownie and Other Stories, Miss Mulock, Lippincott, $3.00,

    Price $3.00 from listing NY Times 1922-10-15 p60 [book review p29?] "Latest Books", 8vo. -- "A holiday edition with color illustrations by Maria L. Kirk."


    el   E. H. Knatchbull-Hugessen (variant) =Lord Brabourne 168789 --Macmillan advertisement states "E. K." 1872-11-09 -- father?
    Louisa Knatchbull-Hugessen --nidb https://lccn.loc.gov/no2005039079 (0) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2005-039079
    

    The History of Prince Perrypets: A Fairy Tale, 1872, illus. W. Wiegand $1.50 1872-11-09 ; 3/6 in 1873 Macmillan catalogue ; ABE: "New Edition" 1872 ; at Baldwin Library ; at Google Books ; o[624], New Ed. o[625]

    .W. (J.) Wiegand --nidb [ WD] https://lccn.loc.gov/no2009059785 () https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2009-059785 
    el  .Frank Godwin 166452 (17) 
    


    HDL: Jessie Willcox Smith at HDL (32)

    1919 Water Babies (Gordon Robinson also illustrated a 1919 ed.)

    Hodder Stoughton for Boots Pure Drug Co. o[626] 240p
    Dodd, Mead o[627] 270p
    [628] Man Gua "Christmas Books" 20/- JWS Water Babies(!) (and many others inclg Harry Clarke Mystery & Imagination 7/6, Rackham Cinderella 7/6
    [629] Eaton's C$3.50 JWS Mother Goose, C$1.25 Water Babies, C$2.00 Milo Winter Aesop, C$3.00 Pyle King Arthur
    [630] C$3.50 JWS Mother Goose, C$2.00 Milo Winter Aesop (Water Babies not found)
    [631] SF Chron "This Is Children's Book Week" $1.25 JWS Water Babies, $2.00 Milo Winter Aesop, $1.00 Alice in Beeland




    el   Constance Armfield, Constance Smedley 266606 (25) 
    el  .Maxwell Armfield 232662 (13)
    
    -Oy£i Sylvia's Travels (Dent/Dutton, 1911) --not found at HathiTrust, etc --as one record "perhaps co-published", UK price with US price in notes

    later ask about Dent; Dutton co-publication?

    Wonder Tales of the World (Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920) HDL two with original cover; 17 stories, 13 full-page illustrations (4 color)

    1911 newspapers (10 hits: 4 uk, 6 us)

    [632] The Observer 0917p4 6/- (and Dent/Folkard Pinocchio 5/-)
    [633] Man Gua 0919p5 "Books Received" (and Pinocchio 5/- and others)
     ; adverts 1128, 1219, the latter as Pinocchio: The Story of a Puppet, 13 coloured and numerous line
    US all 6 NYT adverts, earliest [634] NYT 1118 "Good Books ... Dutton List" same works at $2.50 ; also Scribner's "Barrie's Peter and Wendy" $1.50


    Anthony Armstrong

    elsf Anthony Armstrong 15187 (53) = "A. A." of Punch
    

    nidb-- Rider Haggard parody? The Legend of Her, (ss) The Sovereign Magazine [v7 #54, May 1924] (Hutchinson & Co., 1/-, 148pp+, pulp); 610-16

    nidb-- Burroughs parody. "Of sf note are his two early Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom parodies, "The Visit to Mars" (September 1926 Gaiety) and "The Battlechief of Mars" (October 1926 Gaiety) which briefly outline the extraordinary exploits of one John Waggoner (ie Carter); they have yet to be reprinted. --SFE3

    The Wine of Death --google shows that LWCurrey.com gives definite article and hyphen


    Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups/Adults

    1. The Prince Who Hiccupped and Other Tales (1932) T2049507 13 stories -- at Amazon w book cover --NEEDs augmentation/explanation from SFE3, EoF, newspapers
    [635] The Prince Who Hiccupped

    probably to be continued again

    (see Container Title). --Evelyn Sharp review --and E.H. too?

    "6s." stated in all four newspaper items found

    The Observer 1932-09-25 p27 "Books Received"
    [636] review by E.H., North-China -10-26 --suggests that all may be prev published
    received,
    [637] Evelyn Sharp notes they are not only Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups (from the title page): "with all their cynicism about the usual fairy business, they are full of wit and humour, as one would expect from "A. A." of Punch".
    Crispin the Turnspit (1930-12) --Pearson's 70 #420 (missing at FMI) 
    Bottled Spirit (1927-06) 
    Diamonds - Black and White (1932)
    Koko the Thingumabob (1928-01) 
    The Elixir of Life (1926-12)  
    The Last of the Giants (1932)
    The Prince Who Hiccupped (1932)
    The Prince's Birthday Present (1927-12) 
    The Ring and the Man (1932)
    The Rival Magicians (1932)
    The Strange Affair of Mr. Corpusty (1932)
    The Two Princes (1932)
    Three Princes and a Dragon (1932) ?=? The Three Princes (ss) The Strand Magazine Sep 1941 358-64 A. K. Macdonald
    

    Candidates for the 1942 collection include the latter and at least (judging by title and date)

    King Cupp's Competition, (ss) The Strand Magazine Dec 1940
    King Plimsoll Puts His Foot Down, (ss) The Strand Magazine Dec 1935
    The New Court Magician, (ss) The Strand Magazine Dec 1936
    Sir Borlays and the Dark Knight, (ss) The Strand Magazine Dec 1933
    The Story of Sindrelia, (ss) The Strand Magazine Dec 1937
    The Warlock’s Daughter, (ss) The Strand Magazine Jan 1938
    
    The Princess and the Frog, (ss) Argosy (UK) Aug 1942
    


    ? subtitle The Prince Who Hiccupped and Other Tales: Being Some Fairy Tales for Grownups

    SFE3 and some WorldCat libraries (eg, OCLC 222045942) show the subtitle "Being ..." but the Library of Congress record (LCCN 32034938) implies that the candidate subtitle "being some fairy stories for grown-ups" is displayed after the writer and illustrator credits.
    el  .L. G. Illingworth 235654 (7)
    .John R. Parsons 105209 --unknown
    
    2. The Pack of Pieces (1942) T2049501, 8 stories -- at Amazon w cover
    The Naughty Princess (1945) --8 stories Fo[638]

    search newspapers 1942 (pack of pieces) 1945/1946 (Naughty Princess)

    publisher advert as A Pack of Pieces "Books for Christmas" The Observer 1942-12-06 p3; quote: his witty "fairy stories for adults"
    publisher advert "Books for Christmas" The Observer 1942-12-13 p3
    [639] review The Observer 1942-12-19 p2 (brief, very positive) "A really funny collection of fairy tales, with a new "debunking" angle."
    1945 [640]
    1946 [641]


    Stephen Vincent Benét

    elsf Benét 762

     lw  .Charles Child, 1902 182480 (7) 
    

    "Johnny Pye and/& the Fool-Killer", novelette T76038 ; chapbook Fo[642]

    1938 The Countryman Press, limited ed.
    1938 Farrar & Rinehart
    1939 William Heinemann

    at ABEbooks (numerous inclg ~20 Countryman, 7 Farrar, 2 Heinemann) including images 296 of 750, 342 of 750, #553/700, 623 of 750

    dealer descriptions include "woodcuts" and "b/w drawings" ; Heinemann green cloth, 12 b/w drawings + vignette ; Farrar green cloth

    UNZ.org thumbnail images show The Saturday Evening Post 1987 reprint under title with "and"

    reviews

    NYT-05-08 (Post Stories), NYT-06-25, NYT-07-03, CSM-07-20, CTrib-08-27 ; NYHT-11-06 (O. Henry of 1938), NYT-11-13 (O. Henry), CSM-12-28 (O. Henry) ; The Scotsman 1939-04-13

    newspapers (1937/38 29 hits, 1939 6 hits inclg 4 US newspaper reviews Tales Before Midnight all Nov/Dec)

    1937 coll. Thirteen O'Clock T733153 (Farrar & Rinehart, $2.50)
    [643] NYTimes 1937-10-12 p23 review (very positive)
    1939 coll. Tales Before Midnight T733209 (Farrar & Rinehart, $2.50) PV Vasha transient


    E. F. Benson

    E. F. Benson, 
    

    Spook Stories T38896 --fix Contents in 4 early publ

    reviews The Observer 0401, The Scotsman 0402; Man Gua 0427 (negative)
    1929 Tauchnitz o[644] as 286pp 23cm dj, o[645] as 288pp 17cm (copyright edition) ! --the only WorldCat records with Contents list, neither with series #
    1928 Hutchison o[646] as 286pp 23cm dj, with list of Contents;

    o[647] [1928?] 287pp 20cm o[648] 286pp 23cm

    1976 Arno Press Supernatural and Occult Fiction reprint of 1928 ed. as ix 287 23cm, with list of contents inclg "q-marks"

    [649] The Scotsman 1928-04 publisher advert New Novels including Spook Stories, 4th impression

    Visible and Invisible T38895 --fix Contents in all 3 publ

    "And the Dead Spake ..." (title variant)

    https://lccn.loc.gov/24007112 as "And the dead spake----" o[650] Fo[651]



    Published December 1922 in Munsey's Magazine 77.3, p413[-20?] Published January 1923 in Hutchinson's Magazine 8.44, p115[-25?] --Contents Lists at The FictionMagsIndex (philsp.com/homeville/fmi), which both give the title as fashioned here

    [First] published December 1926 in Woman 6.3, p235[-42?]

    --Contents Lists at The FictionMagsIndex (philsp.com/homeville/fmi), which shows the title as fashioned here

    “And the Dead Spake—” [First] published October 1922 in Hutchinson's Magazine 7.40, p

    (unspaced em-dash and double quotation marks)


    Gertrude Crownfield

     lw  Gertrude Crownfield 265900  (22) 
     lw .Anne Merriman Peck 265901 (34) 
    

    Gertrude Crownfield (1867-1945) : historical novelist for juveniles (MA Thesis, U Delaware, 1949) o[652] viii+72

    The Little Tailor [...] (Macmillan, 1917), illus. Pogany https://lccn.loc.gov/17030352 -HDL o[653]
    ~ 132 @125 = 16000 words --non-genre to page 60 or so
    Nabu Press, 2012 978-1276406970 at Amazon
    LO-$- Princess White Flame 1920 1st (Archive.org source)
    Wildside Press, 2010 9781434410788 at Amazon
    review Literary Digest 1920-12-04 [654] --inclg p90 Eileen's Adventures in Wonderland: The Life Stories of Our Word Friends (word history) and briefly The Fairy Grammar, both English language instruction through fairy tales
    LO-$- The Shadow Witch 1922 1st (Gutenberg source)
    2008 Gutenberg #25005
    Dodo Press, 2008 9781409951438 at Amazon w cover, Look
    2013 Kindle with Source ISBN: 1482715023
    2013-03-08 1482715023 at Amazon with Look that lacks all front pages 2018-02-14


    The Blue Swordsman (Dutton, 1924), illus. Peck https://lccn.loc.gov/24004727 o[655]
    1924 only at Amazon, no image


    Philip Gibbs

    el   Sir Philip Gibbs 146912 (139) --why "Sir" Philip Gibbs?
    
    1922(?) The Middle of the Road, 2nd 1922 https://lccn.loc.gov/23002888 ; US c1923 https://lccn.loc.gov/23005517 ; 1925 https://lccn.loc.gov/29008993

    The Middle of the Road at HDL (97th, search only)

    1927 Out of the Ruins
    1st o[656] with list of 9 contents, 287 20
    1st US 1928-01 with list of 9 contents --only review found [657]

    Also in January it was announced that First National acquired rights and would produce a moving picture (released August per Wikipedia)

    7/6 1927-05-21 The Saturday Review (London) 1927-05-21 p796 "New Books at a Glance"
    7/6 The Field 1927-05-26 p878 "Received"
    [658] Man Gua 1927-06-03 p9 review "New Novels"
    The Spectator 1927-06-04 listing "This Week's Books"
    [659] The Sphere 1927-06-04, brief review and listing in "This Week's Books"
    [660] review The Graphic 1927-06-04 p424
    [661] review The Sketch 1927-06-08 p507
    [662] review The Bookman 1927-07 p240
    1929 Darkened Rooms Fo[663]

    Darkened Rooms, 1st o[664]



    el   Jess Nevins 30707 (7) --NEED fix print ed. PV by the author!
    el   Jacques Perret  238463 (42+) [665] review 1955-02-27
    el   Dorothy Canfield Fisher 122188 (116)
    elsf Charles G. Finney 3792 (14)
    

    [666] NYHT 1937-06-30 publisher advert The Unholy City "Ask your bookseller for The Gayest Book of the Year"

    Finney and the Vanguards

    User talk:Ahasuerus#The Unholy City
    User talk:Biomassbob#The Sensuous Frazetta
    User talk:Willem H.#Echoes: The Drawings of Michael William Kaluta
    Finney at SFE and John Clute's gallery [667], credit as "Reichl"
    Cover image at ISFDB [668]

    Vanguard --to be eliminated in favor of

    e Vanguard Press, 1926-1988 [669] https://lccn.loc.gov/no2011076653 (2)[many] http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2011-076653
    el Vanguard Productions, 1993- [670] (1)
    - Vanguard Press (UK) [671]
    - Vanguard Press / Perseus Books Group [672]
    Norton

    Shiel 1935/1936

    1935 https://lccn.loc.gov/74160950 [2143349]
    1971 ISBN 0836939298 stated reprint of 1936 o[673] o[674] https://lccn.loc.gov/74160950

    [675] Lewis Gannett "Just Out" 1936-05-29

    [676] NYT -06-07 review by Alfred Kazin

    Encyc "Some stories were reworked into episodic novels like Here Comes the Lady (coll of linked stories 1928) and The Invisible Voices (fixup 1935), mostly extensively revised and often for the poorer."

    1st ed. PV Chavey 310000 --NEED work


    Miss Mulock

    El f Miss Mulock (variant) 191399 (186)
    el  .Helen Paterson Allingham 252038 (14) 
    

    2018-01-28 User:Chavey#Adventures of a Brownie


    The Adventures of a Brownie Fo[677] (116) --novella or collection (primarily novel in database)

    1872 Harper's ed. o[678]

    at HDL [full-page front, 20, 38, 55, 73, [front], 137], stories p11-139
    1. p11 "There was once a little Brownie, who lived -- where do you think he lived? ... [12] I may as well tell you the adventures of this particular Brownie ... [29] Brownie played no more tricks with any body--till next time."
    2. p30 "The 'next time' was quick in coming ... [43] So nobody was punished at all."
    3. p44 ... [67] ...
    4. p68 "For the little Brownie, though not given to horsemanship, did once take a ride ... [94] I don't think she ever carried a Brownie again."
    5. p95 "Winter was a grand time with the six little children ... [115] But whatever they thought, nobody ventured to say that it was the fault of the Brownie."
    6. p116 "Till the next time; but when there is a Brownie in the house, no one can say that any of his tricks will be the last. ...[139] if I could be a little child again, I should exceedingly like a Brownie to play with me. Should not you?" THE END.

    [679] p[141] as pp1-4 "Interesting Books for the Young." incld Laboulaye's Fairy Book: Fairy Tales of All Nations. $2.00, $2.50

    1908 McLoughlin Brothers o[[680] as 1828

    as Gutenberg Ebook 30494 cover The Adventures of a Brownie and Some Children's Poems, t.p. The Adventures of a Brownie As Told to My Child undated, c1908, illus. uncredited and apparently unsigned [except front ?orford?, p55 triname?, p87 "Burford"?
    ABE green and white on brown cloth --design matches Gutenberg 30494 ; ABE: Illustrator: Borford (nidb), Xmas 1923

    1898 Altemus ABE

    ~1912 Burt ABE

     w   B. Ethel Webb, ed. 191401 --niLC 
     w   Elizabeth Lodor Merchant, ed. 166451 --niLC (6 in catalog) Brownie
    
    https://lccn.loc.gov/30005278 [2185474] 1929 The king of the Golden River : and Dame Wiggins of Lee and her seven wonderful cats, illus. Julia Greene

    Mulock Brownie at LC #3-18 (15 records)

    1872low. --6 leaves of plates (one each story?)
    93crowell 98altemus 00conkey 07brewer 08mcloughlin 11rand. 18lippincott 23rand. 24macm. 27saal. 29winston 30whitman 34saalfield
    Saalfield may be John Newber[r]y Series; at WorldCat 2 Newberry 4 Newbery those 4 only illus. Frances Brundage; 12 @ C$0.35 at retailer Eaton's [681] Toronto Daily Star 1929-12-12 p53
    omni 18 22; 28sears https://lccn.loc.gov/29004459 o[682]; 48grosset(2) https://lccn.loc.gov/48010159 https://lccn.loc.gov/48010160 5/327p; 56 77garland

    Lame Prince #87-112

    omni 27mckay

    1872 newspapers ('adventures of a brownie' 7)

    CT -03-14 p4 "Miss Muloch is to publish a new book at Easter, "[TAoaB]."
    BG -09-21 p1 "The Harpers have published ... (Received by A. Williams & Co.)"
    DFP -11-03 p5
    NYT -11-09 p7 "Harper & Brothers' Latest Publications." ... 9.(of 14) "16mo, cloth, 90 cents."
    [683] --same page, "Macmillan ... This Day"

    1873 (0 hits)
    1872 to 1929 (90 hits)

    72(7)
    87 92 93(3) 97 98(6) 99(8) 00(7) 01(6) 02(9) 03(4) 04(7) 05(3) 07 10 11(2) 12 14(2)
    16[retail] 18[by 12yrold]
    19 20(3) 21(2) 22(4) 23 24(2)
    25 26 28 29[four retail]

    1872uk The Adventures of a Brownie As Told to My Child [no comma] o[684]


    (The) Adventures of a Brownie and Other Stories


    Brownie at HDL (pp 7, 11, 12 of 15)

    72 Harper 1872 t.p. comma, signed Octo23/72, Illustrations 18 (front + 17, only some full-page plates included in the pagination, small drawings also listed)
    73 Harper 1877, 9-? Burt n.d., 9-? Mershon n.d., 98 Altemus c1898, c08 McLoughlin c1908, 10 11 12, 18 Lippincott(2) c1918, 18omni Lippincott c1918, 18omni 22omni 26 48omni 77omni; 1920? Whitman n.d.

    lame prince - Mulock

    AntiqBook The Little Lame Prince and Other Fairy Tales Grosset & Dunlap [Companion Library?], illus. uncredited
    AntiqBook Grosset & Dunlap/Illustrated Junior Library, 1948, illus. Corcos
    AntiqBook same with different dustjacket design (same illustration)
    another hit for B. Ethel Webb but i don't see her name

    brownie - Mulock

    O-.i 1929 intro Merchant, ill Prittie
    ABE (1920 Carsey, no intro?)
    ABE (1923 Winter, no intro?) - marketed as collection, "Years cannot dull the appeal which these six delightful Tales possess for Boys & Girls"
    ABE (1934 Dubois, no intro?)

    omni - Mulock

    RubyLane (Fitz) --with first-half title leaf maybe
    AntiqBook
    ABE

    cinderella (Webb)

    Amazon
    illus. John Fitz, Jr. (4, all John C. Winston 1928)

    jackanapes and The Peace Egg (Fitz)

    eBay (Fitz)
    ABE

    aesop's fables (Fitz) arr. Blanche E. Weekes

    ResourceBooks (Fitz)

    rip van winkle (Fitz)

    WrigleyCrossBooks (Fitz)

    dog of flanders (Fitz) ed. Blanche E. Weekes

    ABE (Fitz)


    John Fitz, Jr.
     lw  .John Fitz, Jr. 191402 (0) 
    

    Adventures among the kitchen people, c1928 (Mary Frances, new ed.) --published with 1912 illustrations and new ones by Fitz --see User:Pwendt/later#December 2017


    E. Nesbit

    User talk:Chavey#To the Adventurous (cleanup/rewrite 2018-03-08)

    [685] -03-04 p5 "Hutchinson's 7/6 net Novels"; this one featured among several in the top half of the panel, thus not among "Ready Next Week" or "Just Published" or "Ready Shortly" in the bottom half Featured immediately above this collection is The Middle of the Road by Sir Philip Gibbs, 7th large edition --under a small-print heading "[We] are glad to be able to announce that as a result of the recent binders' strike settlement this novel, the "best seller" of the season, is now obtainable." The strike be cause of delay in publication of the Fall 1922 list?

    [686] -04-22 p4, this Nesbit collection is now listed near the bottom of the panel as "To the Adventurous (2nd Edn.) E. Nesbit"; whereas there is no such parenthetical note -03-25.

    The 5 story Title records 2332975, 2332976, 2332977, 2332978, 2332979 are precise title matches for the 12th and 14th-17th stories in To the Adventurous.

    the sequence as 12, 14-17th is 2332979, 2332975, 2332976, 2332977, 2332978 (respectively)

    Man and Maid

    no true horror/supernatural on a strict view as all can be given another interpretation ; only the three found elsewhere are somewhat scary



    2018-02-28 export User:Pwendt/People/E. Nesbit#Stories for adults (2018)

    Lambs' and Edith? Nesbit's Shakespeare (CreateSpace, 2009-10-12; ISBN 143829719X)at Amazon w Look that states "Seven Treasures Publications" probably with two title pages


    Fairy Stories (1977), 9-story P88869 needs reconstruction, eg BL: GB77-20562
    1979 7-story version o[687] o[688] at Amazon w cover that credits Introduction by Naomi Lewis; as Hodder & Stoughton Knight Books

    Report probably from Reginald[1], where newspaper review gives 'Collins, Sons, and Co.'


    Bastable Children at FictionMags

    An Object of Value and Virtue, (ss) The Saturday Evening Post Jun 14 1902
    


    Publisher Stanley Paul (2) https://lccn.loc.gov/n88072123 (data on Century Hutchinson imprint)

    at HathiTrust fiction not found; comonly undated

    [689] Pussy and Doggy Tales, US ed. received 1900-01

    The Revolt of the Toys o[690] [691]

    The Story of the Five Rebellious Dolls o[692] o[693] o[694]


    Ella Young

    Ella Young [695] NYHT obituary 1956-07-25 p10

    1949

    [696] Buell 1949 on Old Favorites --many back in print after necessary wartime interruption --incl Weisgard's Alice, Ella Young #2,3,4
    [697] advert NYT/NYHT [698] --incl Ella Young #2,3,4

    Floris Books / Floris Classics

    1. 1 WorldCat library records report dates 1985, 1988, 1991 all as ISBN 0863155103, series Floris Classics, 201 or 202 pp, 22cm
    1985 o[699] o[700]
    1988 o[701] o[702]
    1991 o[703] o[704]

    The 1st ed. text ends p202 with p201 the last numbered page.

    Contents including page numbers from the 1st ed. (viewed at HathiTrust)

    This edition may include the 4 full-page illustrations originally listed on numbered page viii (frontispiece and 3 plates not included in the pagination)


    #1 at Amazon [705] as 1985-04 ; [706] "A collection of tales for children and adults embodying the Celtic Myth of Creation." ;

    [707] Abela Publishing (January 16, 2010) "Lugh"



     l  .Vera Bock 94485 (30) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n50-010040
    https://lccn.loc.gov/71098923 48pp picture book Magic People
    

    Ella Young 783 (20)

    Tales (chapbook, 4 collections, selection)

    newspapers and 1909 magazines

    The AthenAEum 4285 1909-12-11 p731 "List of New Books", as juvenile 6/-
    The Academy 1909-12-11 p[8?]34 "Books Received"
    [708] The Irish Times review (Lady Gregory, primarily)
    [709] The Academy 1909-12-18 p857 review

    1910

    [710] IT 1910-12-23 p9 review of Wonder-Tales, Young and Lady Gregory


    1909 The Coming of Lugh T2336788
    1 LC record 1909
    LOH£ 1909-12 Maunsel --NEED format pb(?) and relocate/reword concerning multiple formats

    One at ABEbooks with cover image [711]


    #1 Celtic Wonder-Tales T2048260
    5 LC records 1910, 1923, 1995, 2001? https://lccn.loc.gov/2002318504, 2014 https://lccn.loc.gov/2013050907 (as "Luch"; no page-count or size)

    Scotland's Early Literature for Children Initiative, U Edinburgh

    "The stories in Young and Gonne’s book have been described as ‘highly simplified’; but that does not quite do justice to these pared-down, lyrical fragments of larger narratives." ; with Gaelic Fairy Tales (1913) by Winifred M. Parker (1879-1962)
    LOHm£ 1910-12 Maunsel
    LOy. 1923 Dutton -q
    1923 T. Fisher Unwin o[712] [960068135] as 19/20 cm;
    same as Dutton?
    1923 Talbot Press o[713] (no hyphen, no plates?)
    green with gold lettering, no hyphen
    LOy.i 1995 Dover
    2001? Floris --nidb
    2014 Dover --nidb

    Floris 1988: one seller shows blue with gold and silver cover, no hyphen

    2010 London: Abela (no hyphen on front cover) o[714] at Amazon as ebook at Google as 202pp --no hyphen, "Lugh"

    2014 Dover ebook and print ISBN 9781306531269(e) 9780486780658 o[715] o[716] as "Luch" but Amazon w Look(ebook only) shows "Lugh"

    1910 (3 hits, all IT)

    IT 1910-12-16 p9 "Irish Books for Christmas. A Selection from Maunsel's List. Now Ready at All BS." Crown 8vo, 3/6 ; with Kiltartan WB "Cap. 4to. Limp Irish Linen. 3/6
    [717] same page "Publications Received", with The Kiltartan Wonder Book by Lady Gregory 3/6 illus Margaret Gregory
    [718] review -12-23 p9 "Irish Folk Tales" two books, Lady Gregory and Ella Young

    "Whatever else may be urged as a reproach against the makers of our national literature, it cannot be said that they neglect the rising generation." "For children ... and for the well-intentioned reader who is not quite sure that the Tuatha De Danaan were not the Danes of the ninth century, this cycle, so dramatic, so cohesive, will clear the air." "the telling of how the gods came to Ireland", distinguished from others by both poetry and humour ; The sorrowful stories of the fate of the children of Turann and the fate of the children of Lir are very beautifully told. Lady Gregory has told both these tales again, ably and poetically, but Miss Young's versions ..." ;

    In the new book, "Lady Gregory's [tales] belong to our seemingly sordid present."

    1922-25 (hyphen or not, only 4 hits: 1923 IT(3), 1924 Scotsman)

    Irish Times 1923-10-20 p9 Dublin: The Talbot Press 3/6; IT -12- "The Talbot Press" 85 Talbot Street, Dublin; under "Six Books by Dublin Authors. Suitable for Christmas Presents."
    The Scotsman 1924-01-14 p2 "New Editions" Talbot 3/6

    #2 The Wonder-Smith and His Son [Gubbaun Saor] T2337217 --NEED more
    1 LC record 1927
    LOm£.i LOm$.i 1927-02 Longmans uk/us (2)
    1928-05 2nd printing o[719] and Amazon image
    1985 Floris

    1985 to 1991

    [720] Irish Times 1985-07-13 p13 Benedict Kiely "Jackdaws and Ancient Tales", feature article on the collection and Young, on the occasion of the new edition pbk £4.95 (only hit 1985 to 1991) no hyphen, Floris Classics
    Kiely's personal copy is "1923 from the Talbot Press and from T. Fisher Unwin, London"
    wonder smith and his son (0 hits)
    tangle coated horse (0 hits)
    "unicorn with silver shoes" (0)

    US newspapers

    [721] NYHT -03-13 pF8 by ACM "The Road Round Ireland", Saint Patrick's Day weekly column, brief review of this one with nonfiction Colum Road Round Ireland and Yeats Autobiographies
    [722] review NYHT 1927-03-13 pF8 by Colum "The Gubbaun Saor and His Son" --NEED expand Title record
    [723] review LA Times -03-27 pC18 "Literary Gossip" is unusually informative and positive
    [724] NYHT 1927-05-08 pG8 "Six Forerunners of 1927 Books for Children" --inclg "an exact facsimile" of 1866 Alice from D. Appleton & Co.

    ASIN: B00086T1GK (same image at us, uk, ca sites)

    As of 2018-03-08 two copies offered from US states NY and OR, (UK identifies OR); and from US state MD (US)

    Cover image as 1928 reprint is likely to match the 1927 book cover

    Cover images that Amazon provides (2018-03-08) as 1927 and 1928 reprint show front/spine jacket and front/spine book respectively. The latter matches descriptions of the 1st ed. book (green) and the former reveals book cover of the same shade of green where the jacket is torn

    Ireland

    [725] illustrated review Irish Times (Dublin) 1927-03-04 p3 (unusually positive; see Container Title) --NOT YET DONE

    Amazon

    #2 1928 2nd printing
    Floris 1992 hc
    #2 Anamchara 2013

    #3 The Tangle-Coated Horse and Other Tales: [Fenian Cycle] T2337244 --not done
    LC (2) 1929, 1991
    LOm$.i 1929us --not found in UK newspaper
    o[726], McKay 1929 o[727], McKay [c1929, 1967] w 14 Contents o[728]
    1991 Floris https://lccn.loc.gov/92213773
    #3 Floris 1999 pbk at Amazon; o[729] as Floris 1991

    Contents list of 14 story titles is provided by one WorldCat library record of the 1967 David McKay edition (same page-count, size, illustrator), OCLC Fiction Finder.

    [730] review by Agatha L. Shea

    "a collection of Irish folk tales so beautifully told and so filled with the magic and glory of the olden days ..."; "back to the saga of Fianna, one of the oldest and best loved sagas of Ireland. ... Beautiful indeed is that very brief one called "The Palace of Aloon", which pictures for us the rise and fall of the matchless palace of the shining folk, and of the clan of Fianna"

    [731] NYHT 1929-12-01 pK10 ACM "Children's Books of 1929"

    Young had emigrated from Dublin, Ireland to Berkeley, California in 1925 to fill a university chair. She appeared at the Broadway Department Store, Friday at 3:30 "All children are invited." Los Angeles LA Times 1929-11-17 pA5 "Children's Authors to Speak at Store"

    [732] ALA annual list of recommended children's books, Children's Book Week, Chi. Tribune 1929-11-23 p14 "Favored Books" by committee chair Jessie Gay Van Cleve

    • For Little Children (14)
    • For Older Boys and Girls (13)
    • About Children's Reading (1)

    1930 Newbery Medal winner Hitty not included!


    #4 The Unicorn with Silver Shoes T881702 --NEED more title info
    1 LC record
    LO-£i LO-$i 1932 Longmans uk/us
    1932? special ed. OCLC 606891447
    [733] review by E.E.

    "It is not from the ancient pack of legends ... [as collections 2 and 3]. It is a saga less traditional and more personal to Ella Young herself, a setting down of stories spun long ago in Dublin for the children of A.E., wanting one more, just before they went to bed.

    [734] review The Scotsman -11-24 p3

    "Miss Young is an inventor of mythology, but does not include from her scheme some of the older pagan gods and heroes." 7/6


    SELECTION Celtic wonder tales and other stories 2001? https://lccn.loc.gov/2002318504
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