Inscribed first edition, first printing of this D'Aulaire picture book, with an original sketch by them incorporated around one of their printed illustrations.
Near fine in near-fine jacket.
THE MAGIC MEADOW
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., (1958). 12.25'' x 8.75''. Original cloth-backed color pictorial boards. Original unclipped ($3.00) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated throughout in color and black-and-white, with color pictorial endpapers and title page. 55,  pages. Inscribed by the authors in ballpoint pen to verso of front flyleaf: "To our/ dear/ Kings/ from/ Ingri & Edgar." With original ballpoint pen drawing of William Tell and his father across verso of front flyleaf onto first page. Jacket crisp and bright, with only minor bumping to head and tail. Book with very mild rubbing to edges and light bumping of head and tail. Sound and vibrant.
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