By Sheila E. Braine, illustrated by Alice Woodward
First edition of this children's fantasy novel, two twins' romp in Fairyland, called "a very pretty book of the Lewis Carroll school" in the SATURDAY REVIEW.
TO TELL THE KING THE SKY IS FALLING
London [...] New York: Blackie & Son [...] Charles Scribner's Sons, . Small quarto. 7.75'' x 5.75''. Original green pictorial cloth elaborately stamped in light green with fairy design after Woodward's illustration, gilt-stamped spine. Brown coated endpapers, all edges gilt. Illustrated by Woodward with 85 line illustrations in Art Nouveau style. Printed in glossy paper. xiv, 15-171,  pages. Ink owner name on half title slightly offset to verso of fly leaf, spine lean, else clean and fresh.
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