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The myriad lovers of Ronald Searle's celebrated girls' school may well be surprised to learn that these appalling sweethearts do not spend all their time in gouging out each other. Behind not a few of those sinister bosoms, it seems, beat hearts susceptible even to the tenderest passions How love came to St. Trinian's, in the shape of a fatally handsome young Inspector of Secondary Schools attached to the Board of Education, is the theme of this book. London: S. Partridge, Gilt titles with blind embossed decoration and gilt portrait to front on blue bevelled edge cloth boards.
Light wear to spine head and tail and corner tips, some minor light marks and dulling to spine. Internally the odd spot of foxing to some pages, front hinge weak and the front endpaper has been removed although not an ex-library copy. All edges gilt.
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First published in , this second edition although not dated is believed to be Annie Shepherd Swan was born in Edinburgh and was a prolific Victorian author whose novels mostly featured Scotland although this novel is set in London and were mostly romantic fiction for young women. London: Sampson Low,Marston, Gilt title with coloured floral decoration on green cloth boards which have some light marks and a touch of wear to spine tail and corner tips. Internally there is a neat contemporary name and address to front endpaper, light foxing to closed edges and to some pages but generally a clean, tight copy.
Not dated but possibly first UK edition was in two volumes. The author is shown on the front board as Mrs. Adeline Dutton Train Whitney , a popular American children's author, writing mainly for young girls.
This book is set in New England and is centred around Dr. Gayworth and his women-folk A1C. London: Tom Stacey, Gold title on green boards which are clean and unmarked with no wear. Internally there is some light foxing to closed edges else very clean, tight and unmarked. Dustjacket has two small repaired closed tears and is price clipped.
Illustrations by Doris Lee. When first published in in America it won a prize for the author. Dengler was not the most popular resident of Pittsville. She was an elderish lady, quite stout, with a red face and poppy black eyes which were always bugging round for sinfulness. When she saw the advertisement for Morton Entertainments, her eyes popped out further than usual and her face got redder and redder. By hook or by crook she was going to prevent Mr. Morton and his daughter Tess from giving their show and began scheming to discredit them - and Ali, their elephant - in the eyes of Pittsville.
Fortunately, they had friends - Uncle Sam Swyer, his two grandsons, his hired man, Don Harding - and had a scheme of their own , to show Mrs. Dengler where sinfulness really begins and ends. Ali had a big part to play and carried it out wih all the sagacity and good manners proper to an Indian elephant'.
London: Walker, A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped. Small but very determined, Sophie loves animals and is going to be a lady farmer when she grows up. She's already got a rabbit and a cat and dog, but what she'd really love is a pony. Good fortune comes her way when she's invited to spend her summer holiday in Scotland with her best friend, Great Aunt Al'!
This is the sixth and final book about Sophie and is as enchanting as all the others. Delightfully illustrated, as before, by David Parkins.
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Chambers, Black titles and pictorials on blue cloth boards which have wear to spine head and tail and corner tips, age darkening to spine head and tail, and just a few very minor marks to boards. Internally there is a prize bookplate and name to front pastedown, an ink stamp name and address to front endpaper, age darkening to endpapers, and occasional light marks to margins, else clean and tight. Illustrations by W. David Ker was a children's adventure story author First published in - this edition is not dated but is believed to be later, probably 's.
British Library copy of the edition has additional title information 'etc. A story of Moorish pirates, a Tunis corsair, Christian slaves, set in the mid 17th century.
London: Ark, A near Fine unmarked copy with VG dustjacket which is not price clipped. Abridged by Jean Watson. In this new edition, Peter Wanes imaginative drawings blend fantasy and everyday realism and reflect the unique atmosphere of George MacDonald's story. Jean Watson has pruned some of the old-fashioned phrases and lengthy descriptions less suited to modern readers while preserving the MacDonald magic.
Princess Irene is in danger from the mountain goblins. Will young Curdie be able to help her in time? And who is the mysterious old lady living at the very top of the winding stairs in the castle? First Thus.
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A Fine unmarked copy with VG dustjacket which is not price clipped. Princess Irene and her ailing father are helpless in the castle of Gwyntystorm, at the mercy of courtiers.
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