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My Book House with Wooden House
The Bookhouse for Children Publishers: Chicago. First. Wooden house with six-volume My Bookhouse set and three-volume My Travelship set. The house is in remarkable original condition. It has not been repainted and sports its original red and gray coloring, along with blue window detailing and "My Book House" decals over the top of each. The finish is still fresh, with minimal bumping or scuffing, and only a touch of damage is to one chimney, which has split slightly at the nail used to attach it to the roof. The house contains two multi-volume sets.My Travelship:1. Little Picture of Japan. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1925. Illustrated by Katherine Sturges. 191pp. Touch of rubbing to spine ends and spot on rear, near fine.2. Tales Told in Holland. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1926. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. 190pp. Some slight bumping and rubbing to extremities, near fine.3. Nursery Friends From France. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1927. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. 191pp. Touch of rubbing to spine ends, still fine.My Bookhouse:1. In the Nursery. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1925. Cover by Milo Winter. 448pp. Near fine with some rubbing at the extremities, along the spine and with a scrape.2. Up One Pair of Stairs. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1925. 448pp. Very good with rubbing, wear along the spine and weak front hinge.3. Through Fairy Halls. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1920. 448pp. Near fine with general rubbing and wear along the spine.4. The Treasure Chest. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1920. 448pp. Near fine with general rubbing and wear along the spine.5. From the Tower Window. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1921. 448pp. Near fine with general rubbing and wear along the spine.6. The Latch Key. Chicago: The Bookhouse for Children Publishers 1925. 448pp. Near fine with general rubbing and wear along the spine. .
      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
Last Found On: 2014-09-27           Check availability:      IOBABooks    

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