Early English-language adaptation/imitation of Hoffmann's STRUWWELPETER: the uncredited Anglophone interpreter produces a strong effort, with avaricious girls bitterly stung by furious bees, set on fire, and the like. Some of the children do live.
First issue of Gorey's bracing alphabet book, with a lengthy inscription by the publisher to comedian Phyllis Diller asserting he "designed this format for all this books to get him into a larger market. It worked!"
Advance uncorrected proof copy of the "complete collection" of Card's short-fiction work, including reprints of his Mormon future dystopian short stories and the version of ENDER'S GAME first published in ANALOG in 1977.