New York: Greenburg, 1926. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Original orange decorated cloth. Elaborately decorated endpapers. Illustrated beautifully by Tony Sarg. A very clean, bright and pleasing copy.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1946. Hardcover. Near Fine. Green cloth lettered and illustrated in gilt. Color illustrated endpapers. Second Impression. Very light pencil inscription states this copy was a gift in 1946. Newbery Award winning title.
Chicago: Albert Whitman, 1938. Hardcover. Very Good. Illustrated paper on boards. Illustrated endpapers. Cover moderately soiled but the color illustration remains bright. Internally the book is fine. A nice copy of the second edition.
New York: Doubleday, 1954. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Near Fine. A Tale of Smuggling in the time of Scarlet Capes & the Red Tricorne. A very clean bright and solid copy. A Cavalcade Book. Just a hint of rubbing at the spine edges.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Very Good. A clean, bright and solid copy of this Caldecott Award winning book. Illustrated throughout. Previous owner book-plate on the front paste-down, else fine.
London: University of London Press, 1960. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Fine. This book was awarded The Swedish Library Association's Nils Holgersson Plaque for the best children's book of the year. A young boy waits for his father to come home from the sea - after eight long years.
London: Orion, 2001. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Near Fine. Book two of the Doomspell Trilogy. A little sun fading to the spine with impact on the front panel, else fine. Unopened and unread. Signed by the author on the title page.
Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1927. Hardcover. Near Fine. Original red cloth lettered in and illustrated in black. Illustrated endpapers. A very clean, bright and pleasing copy. Virtually as new. Illustrated by Frank Godwin.
Somerset, UK: Chicken House, 2004. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Fine. As new. Unopened and unread. Signed by the author on the title page. Laid in is a promotional post-card which is signed by the author as well.