By P.G. Wodehouse, illustrated by Philip Dadd, with verses by John W. Houghton
First edition of Wodehouse's comic children's retelling of the William Tell legend, written "rapidly for cash rather than art" (Phelps) to accompany Dadd's existing illustrations, with verse accompaniments by John W. Houghton.
Striking first trade edition of this tiny book featuring Hockney's intricate etchings for the Grimm stories The Little Sea Hare, Fundevogel, Rapunzel, The Boy Who Left Home to Learn Fear, Old Rinkrank, and Rumpelstilzchen.
Signed first printing of this delightfully chaotic counting book based on the beloved nursery rhyme (with the notable addition of baby velociraptors), with original drawing of a dog and inscribed postcard.