By Anna Sewell, abridged and illustrated by Paul Brown
Signed first edition thus, illustrated by Brown, of the children's classic, featuring 180 pencil and wash illustrations in an interesting two-column oblong format, along with an original sketch by Brown.
Three large finished pen and ink drawings by the British illustrator, whose subjects include a witch with very attentive cat companion, a wizard caught lurking by two courtiers, and a tense throne-room scene.
Edited by Louis Untermeyer, illustrated by Reginald Birch
Illustrator's presentation copy of Untermeyer's anthology of poetry for children, warmly inscribed by Birch, with an elaborate original watercolor drawing of a young boy receiving this book from a kindly Mother Goose and a testy actual goose.
Signed first printing of this delightful story of a group of abandoned lawn ornaments and their quest to find their original owner, on the way evading menacing gargoyles and trash trucks – with original drawing of the Norm the garden gnome.