First printing of this delightfully day-glo set of pop-out paper dolls of the characters, vehicles, and scenery from the 1968 animated Beatles film THE YELLOW SUBMARINE, including several versions of John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
First printing of the designer's catalogue of spoons, preceded by an essay of dubious psychological perception but great historical interest on the longstanding affective and emotional ties that bind humanity to our beloved Spoons.
First edition of this survey of the life and works of commercial artist and children's illustrator C.B. Falls, published to accompany an exhibition of the artist's personal archive held by Williams College's Chapin Library.
By Richard Lindner, foreword by Dore Ashton, introduction by Nancy Schwartz
Catalogue of an exhibition held from October 12 to November 24, 1971, of these vivid and theatrical watercolor paintings, "the culminating expression of the New York scene as viewed by Richard Lindner" (Schwartz).
Signed first US edition of this charming picture book mystery, following a magician's grandson who must save the day when all the props at the Retirement Home for Elderly Magicians are stolen – with a moveable code-breaking device.
Signed first printing of this Caldecott Honor Book, a sort of inverse Thumbelina, the story of a giant girl who saves her Tennessee town from a ferocious bear named Thundering Tarnation, signed by both Zelinsky and Isaacs.