Viking Juvenile. Hardcover. 0670586765 INSCRIBED by author with great respect and admiration to Miss Alice Cooke, who really knows her Phewies. Signed at Rabbit Hill on Dec. 7, 1944, from a humble amateur. Alice Cooke was the model for Thornton Burgess' Aunt Sally. First edition. Cloth lightly soiled and dulled. Dj chips and tears; finger nail size losses at top tip and lower right front panel and on spine. A lovely and remarkable association copy! . Good.
New York: The Viking Press, 1944. FIRST EDITION. Fine copy in a nearly fine first issue (lacking award sticker) dust jacket with a few closed tears at edges. Particularly bright copy of this classic with no fading to the red spine lettering, and quite uncommon thus. Winner of the 1945 Newbury Medal.
New York: The Viking Press, , 1944. Octavo. Original olive coloured pictorial boards, lettering to spine green, pictorial endpapers, with the dust jacket. Illustrations throughout by the author. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. Winner of the 1944 Newbery Medal, distinguishing it as a top children's book for that year. Story of a family of rabbits cohabiting the land with their human counterparts.
New York: The Viking Press, , 1944. Octavo. Original olive coloured pictorial boards, lettering to spine green, pictorial endpapers, with the dust jacket. Illustrations throughout by the author. An excellent copy in dust jacket with a hint of soiling to rear panel and short closed tear to rear top edge, a very attractive copy. First edition, first printing. Winner of the 1944 Newbery Medal, distinguishing it as a top children's book for that year. Story of a family of rabbits cohabiting the land with their human counterparts.
New York: Viking Press, 1944. Copyright date 1944, 1st edition, 1st printing. Illustrations by Robert Lawson. (4to) green cloth, pattern boards with rabbit center, full color, illustrated jacket. First Edition. Jacket a bit browned and lightly chipped; near fine in a very good jacket. Jacket a bit browned and lightly chipped; near fine in a very good jacket. Lawson is the first and only person in history to win both the Newberry Medal and the Caldecott Award; he also designed camouflage during WWI. Text and illustrations are bright and clean, binding secure, a solid collectible book.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Lawson, Robert. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible Children's.
New York: Viking Press, 1944 Pale green cloth with darker green lettering and decoration. Illustrated endpapers. 1945 Newbery Medal winner (no award sticker on jacket). States "First published September 1944" on copyright page. Lovely animal drawings, all in brown, by Lawson. Some glue offsetting to cloth and endpapers else fine. In near fine dust jacket with light dusting to rear panal, mild toning to spine, and very light edgewear. . Hardcover. Illus. by Lawson, Robert.
NY: Viking, 1944, 1944 Published in New York by the Viking Press in 1944. First Edition. Book(ex-library) near fine except for slight wearing on corners, fading and discoloration on boards, spine, paste downs, and free end pages, previous owner name written on front paste down, bookplate on front paste down, and library card holder on back paste down. DJ very good except for chipping on corners, wearing along top and bottom edges and joints, missing pieces on top and bottom spine ends, 3" tear on top spine joint of front cover, 1" tear on bottom spine joint of front cover, 1/3" tear on bottom edge of back cover, three tiny tears on top edge of front cover, small stain on bottom edge of front and back flap, fading and discoloration on covers, spine, and inside flaps. DJ price reads "$2.00".. F. Hardcover.
New York: Viking Press, 1944. Robert Lawson. First edition, second printing of the first edition. octavo, 128 pages. The book is illustrated throughout with sepia drawings by Lawson, including a double-page panorama of Rabbit Hill (Lawson's home in Fairfield County, Connecticut) which is used for the endpapers. Internally it is a fine and apparently unread copy, with an owner's 1945 3-line inscription on the reverse of the front free endpaper. The book in bound in patterned beige cloth with green spine titling, and is in a first-state pictorial dustjacket without a Caldecott award sticker on the cover. The dustjacket is very mildly shelf-soiled on the rear panel, but is otherwise in fine condition with neither chips nor tears of any sort.
Viking, 1945. First edition, first printing., 1945.. First edition, first printing.. Overall a little dull, still near fine in near fine dust jacket with some light wrinkling to rear panel and leading edges of dust jacket flaps cut unevenly but not effecting text or price.. Illus by the author.. Winner of the Newbery Award for 1946.
New York: Viking Press. 1944. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Small chip to jacket crown at front panel. A few other small tears to jacket. Stated Second Printing before publication. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
New York: The Viking Press, 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. Lawson, Robert. Illustrated cloth over boards; illustrated dust jacket; pp. . Boards a little rubbed and darkened along the edges; inscription on half-title page. Dust jacket lightly chipped at spine tips and corners; worn along the edgs; VG+, remarkably bright and lovely in mylar. Winner of the Newbery Medal.
New York: The Viking Press, 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. Lawson, Robert. Illustrated cloth over boards; illustrated dust jacket; pp. . First edition. Some faint soiling along front joint and top edge, otherwise book is fine. Dust jacket faintly rubbed on rear panel; lightly chipped at spine tips; VG+ to near fine, remarkably bright and lovely in mylar. Winner of the Newbery Medal.
New York: Viking, 1945. 1st ed.. Hardcover. Lawson, Robert. 1st ptg. of the Newbery winner (it went into a second printing even before publication). Tall 8vo, full green cloth with overall design of green plants and a central rabbit drawing. Illustrated throughout in brown by the author. Light edgewear else fine without dj or previous owner's marks.
THE VIKING PRESS, 1944. Hardcover. Very Good+/No Dust jacket. 1944 edition,Viking Press and The Junior Literary Guild. Orange cloth boards with yellow lettering and outline of rabbit running. Corners very lightly rubbed, No DJ. Trust an experienced independent bookseller since 1988. Orders are shipped daily via USPS with delivery confirmation.
New York: Viking. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1944. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Tight clean book with darkened spine and edges to illustrated cloth; bright pages and clean endpapers, unmarked but for tiny bookseller stamp to lower edge of front pastedown. ; 128 pages .
Viking Press. 1966. First Edition. Very Good with no dust jacket; Hardcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 128 pages, bound in light green cloth with dark green lettering and design; brown & cream illustrated endpapers. 'First published September 1944" with statement regarding regulations for conserving paper in wartime. Firmly bound with clean cover, slight fading; one corner tip browned & worn. Interior clean, bright, free of names. Excess glue stains on inner margin of two pages. Packaged with care and shipped in a box.; Packaged with care -- bubble wrapped and shipped in a box. .
Viking, NY, 1944. FINE/VG, Hardcover, 6.5"x 9.5", 128pp. Illustrated by Robert Lawson. Beige & green decorated cloth with rabbit on front. Pictorial endpapers, charming sepia illustrations throughout by the author, a humorous, kind, and lively tale of little animals. Short owners inscription, a clean & tight copy in colorful dust jacket with minorwear on edge, in new Brodart protector. An early printing with 1944 stated on title page, copyright page states "First published September 1944, Second printing before publication". A story all children will love, and parents will enjoy reading to them! Shipped in a custom box and packed with care.
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