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Sequel to 'Star-Riders of the Moor'. A Reader for Infant Schools 3 booklets. Australian children's readers, being the first 3 of 4 issued pamphlets. Book 1 features rhymes. Book 2 introduces double consonant blends.

Book 3 has short stories. These small books would be great for children or adults who collect readers. Estimated date, , Trove catalogue.

Covers have slight soiling. Dust jacket has moderate creasing. Dust jacket is protected in clear, plastic sleeve. John Wentley Investigates Westerman, J. Foxing to top edge of pages. This very special children's picture book has 26 important paintings with a different letter of the alphabet to spy in each one. This is a game for everyone to enjoy. The artists include Vermeer, Renoir and Magritte. Jacket by Charles Front. Scan of illustrated front board on request. Jacket by Anthony Kerins. Slight spine heel crush.

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Adventure story for children. Coloured picture on front board, identical to the frontispiece. Spine head and heel crush, Two small corner bumps, board cloth faded on bottom right corners looks like water bleach. Water splashmarks on the edge-cut Edgecut is rather grubby. Water stain on the bottom outer corner of the last two pages and the rear pastedown.

The beginnings of a light scattered foxing on the endpapers. No ink names, stamps etc. Binding is intact and the text is clean. An educational reader for children of 15 to Book has spine fade from orange to deep yellow , soil marks on front and rear boards. No corner bumps, no ink names, stamps or other markings. Bookseller's label sticker at foot of the front pastedown. Inscription signed by the author inside the front cover.

Fantasy story for children. No ink names, stamps or other markings. Mild edgewear and edge-crumpling. A scan of the jacket is available on request. It has an inscription on the inside front page. This very special children's picture story comes to life with the embossed drawings. Little owl is afraid of the dark, but with encouragement from his parents and the animals of the forest he learns to give flying a try, and loves it. Pictorial front board and spine, and three illustrations.

Scan of the front board on request. Front loose endpaper has been removed. Spine working loose but still intact. Brown tape marks on end pages. Clear plastic cover taped to inside of boards. Wear to spine ends and corners of boards. Amelia Jane Murray, born in on the Isle of Man, painted a magical series of fairy pictures which have never been previously published. Flowers, birds and winged insects are all careful studies in natural history.

The seascapes are both romantic and real.

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Amelia left no explanation for her drawings. The text of this beautiful children's picture book attempts to complement the pictures with a combination of poetry and appreciation. Suitable for older children and adults who appreciate art and literature. Used hardback with dustwrapper in very good condition. Dustwrapper has minor tears to extremities. Without packaging this book weighs g Illustrator: Illustrated children's adventure, using photographs of dolls.

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Photographs and story by June MacPherson. The Jolly Swagman doll designed by Merla Ratcliffe. In the True Australian Series. Small mark on last page.

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Small black ink mark on first page. Light wear to top edge of jacket, split to bottom corner of jacket. Children's story set in Australian outback. Book clean and square. Art [superimposed over photograph] card wrapper nominally edgeworn only. The story tells of the mythology of the Australian Aboriginal tribes at the time of the conquest by the white man, including the in-fighting of the nomadic tribes and the slaying of aboriginals by the whiteman Our heroine is Tuk, a young Aboriginal girl, helped by nature spirits of the Dreamtime, along with Ruby, a redback spider, Waang, a most remarkable crow, and a white man named Jack Written with children in mind, with humour and light philosophy, it's aim is to give children an insight into the purpose of life, and is ideally suited for discussions or essays.

Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under g. Illustrated boards lightly bumped on foredge corners. Art-illustrated [Soper], plus author-portrait rear, loose-plastic protected dustjacket edgeworn, with several jagged closed tears and soiling, plus old tape stain on reverse.

A stand-alone, Volume Six, in the series, first printed in Contains 19 exciting 'Lucky' stories.

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Colour illustrations by author throughout. Contact EldoradoBooks for details postage reduction. Printed, die-cut blue cloth boards have negligible scuffing to head and foot of spine, and foredge corners. Everyone loved to read so much that when they read their books, they became what they read. When they closed their books, they became themselves again. Beautiful textured colour illustrations throughout, by Richard Hook. Illustrated boards negligibly scuffed only. Enjoy the story, and then see how many dragons you can find along the way!

Leaves clean, mild 'crinkle' to rear free endpaper. Illustrated card wrapper has tiny corner crease to rear panel. Craving blood is not considered normal behaviour for anyone, let alone a princess.

A chronoclastic fantasy story for children. First novel by this author, already a grandmother when it was written. Jacket by Paul Warren. Gift inscription on the FFEP.