New York:: Grosset & Dunlap. 1945. hardcover. Sq. 8vo.  pp. Title-vignette, 16 illus. (many in color). Original. pictorial peach-colored boards, printed dust-jacket, full-color. pictorial endleaves; mild rubbing, jacket is price-clipped. With. number 40-80 on front inner flap.. Feodor Stepanovich Rojankovsky (1891–1970), was a Russian émigré illustrator. He is well known both for children's book illustration. He came to America in 1941: Rojankovsky again became a refugee with the German invasion of France in 1940, at which point he emigrated to the USA. This disruption in his life is hardly reflected in his output: he produced seven illustrated books in 1942. Over his professional career he produced more than seventy-five illustrated childrens books, a half dozen of which he also wrote. His style of illustrating was imaginative with a great sense of use of color. The present volume is a very well preserved copy in the original jacket. . . (Inventory #: G01568)
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