New York: Simon & Schuster, 1974.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 126 pages, black-and-white photos. The true story of two coyotes raised in captivity. Delightful candid photos of the coyotes and their human friends. 1st printing. Good condition (ex-library: most evidence removed, including pocket), in good dust jacket in Mylar.. ISBN: 0671218441. Hardcover.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994.. Cloth (gilt-stamped spine), 8vo, dust jacket, 303 pages. Coyote as trickster enters the life of an insurance salesman; amusing fiction. 1st edition/1st printing. Near fine condition, in dust jacket.. ISBN: 0671881884. F. Hardcover.
New York: Henry Holt, 1949.. Cloth, 8vo, 71 pages; illustrated by Richard Bennett. With an afterword on the origin of the stories by Melville Jacobs and an author's note on sources. Among the 14 tales are "The Animals Determine the Length of Day and Night," "How Coyote Saved the Three Timber Rabbit Brothers," "Coyote and the Mischievous Weasel," and "Coyote and Fox Visit the Sioux Country." Stated 1st printing. Good condition (ex-library, the only evidence of which is a library stamp on several pages; spine sunned); no dust jacket.. F. Hardcover.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1968.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 203 pages; illustrated by John Kaufmann. Fiction for young readers; the story of the coyote Tako in New York City. 1st edition. Very good condition (ex-library: most evidence removed), in good dust jacket (minor chips and tears) in Mylar.. F. Hardcover.
New York: Viking, 1979.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 315 pages, index; black-and-white photos by the author; includes postscript not in 1975 edition; lacks appendices of 1975 edition. A classic study of the coyote, called by the author "perhaps our most intelligent wild animal." 1st thus. Good condition, in good dust jacket in Mylar.. ISBN: 0670342971. Hardcover.