|Title and Author/Editor:||The Dog Book (Diana Thorne and Albert Payson Terhune, 1973), Justin Morgan Had a Horse (Marguerite Henry, 1947), Little Rosy’s Voyage of Discovery (Undertaken in company with her Cousin Charley, 1868), Grimm’s Household Fairy Tales (Newly translated form the original by Ella Boldry, 1890), Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes, Famous Planes and Famous Flights (John Winslow, 1943), The Grateful Sparrow and Other Tales (Taken from the German by Angela Thirkell, 1935), Hans Brinker or, the Silver Skates (Mary Mapes Dodge, 1925), Robinson Crusoe (Daniel Defoe, 1926), Pinocchio (Carlo Collodi, 1926)|
|Genre:||Anthology, Fairy Tale, Children’s, Young Adult|
|Illustrator:||Christopher Rule, Ludwig Richter, Irwin Holcombe, et. al.|
|Type of Illustration:||Line drawings , Offset Lithograph, Halftone|
|Binding:||Cloth on board|
|Period:||Late 19th Century, Early to Mid 20th Century|
|Edition Statement:||Third Printing, First Edition, First English Language Edition|
|Number of Books:||10|
|Additional Notes:||Several volumes feature pasted-down front cover illustraions.|
- wear to covers with bumped corners, rubbed edges, split gutters, tape repairs and soiling; browning to text blocks; chipping, coloring, tears and creases to pages; foxing; writing to endpapers; loose pages.
- measures The Dog Books.