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Catalog 58 Spring 2017-Part Two

By E.M. Maurice Books

Catalog 58 Spring 2017-Part Two Catalog 58 includes 374 items, both new arrivals and a selection from our inventory. Highlights include a Ludwig Bemelmans rarity, Fifi about a little poodle in Uganda; L. Frank Baum introduces Animal ABC from the Christmas Stocking series; A first American edition of Edward Ardizzone's Tim and Lucy Go To Sea; a scarce Newbery Honor by Alice Dalgliesh, The Bears on Hemlock Mountain; a signed copy of Ed Emberley's Drummer Hoff which won the Caldecott Medal;beautiful signed books by Elizabeth Orton Jones, Trina Schart Hyman and Tomie de Paola and much more.

Catalog 58 Spring 2017- Part One

By E.M. Maurice Books

Catalog 58 Spring 2017- Part One Catalog 58 includes 374 items, both new arrivals and a selection from our inventory. Highlights include a Ludwig Bemelmans rarity, Fifi about a little poodle in Uganda; L. Frank Baum introduces Animal ABC from the Christmas Stocking series; A first American edition of Edward Ardizzone's Tim and Lucy Go To Sea; a scarce Newbery Honor by Alice Dalgliesh, The Bears on Hemlock Mountain; a signed copy of Ed Emberley's Drummer Hoff which won the Caldecott Medal;beautiful signed books by Elizabeth Orton Jones, Trina Schart Hyman and Tomie de Paola and much more.

Illustrated Travel Books

By Buddenbrooks, Inc.

Illustrated Travel Books Travel and Exploration with Impressive Illustrations; Paintings, Photographs, Engravings and More

How to request a print version: Email


Catalogue Seven: Rabelais’ 10th Anniversary

By Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink

Catalogue Seven: Rabelais’ 10th Anniversary With this, our seventh full-length catalogue, we celebrate the tenth anniversary of Rabelais. In November of 2006, Samantha and I passed a ‘For Rent’ sign in a Portland shop window, spent lunch sketching a business plan on a napkin and, just a few months later in the Spring of 2007 opened Rabelais.

Catalog No. 3 - Weird Tales and the Art of Margaret Brundage

By Parigi Books

Catalog No. 3 - Weird Tales and the Art of Margaret Brundage A selection of Weird Tales magazines from the 1930s featuring stories by Robert E. Howard (including Conan), H. P. Lovecraft, Jack Williamson, E. Hoffmann Price, Edmond Hamilton, C. L. Moore, Donald Wandrei, August Derleth, and many others. The cover illustrations for many of these magazines were produced by the incredibly talented Margaret Brundage.

How to request a print version: A print version will be available shortly. You can contact us at info@parigibooks.com to order your copy.


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