Akron, O: Saalfield Publishing Company, 1936. 249p, pictorial cloth, illustrated by Herbert Dunton, vg in dust jacket with a few small edge tears. Inscription on flyleaf for reward for good church attendance. Braden was born in Summit County and was a prolific author of books for children.
1916. Mendel, Rosalie G. SPARK, The Story of A Bull Terrier and His Dog Friends. Racine: Whitman Publishing Co., (1916). 119p, illustrated boards, new spine, original endpapers preserved, illustrated by H. Von Hofsten, former owner's name on front endpaper, wear to cover edges, g.
1191. Mendel, Rosalie G. SPARK, The Story of A Bull Terrier and His Dog Friends. Chicago: The Hamming Publishing Co., (1913). 119p, 1/4 cloth with color illustrated boards, illustrated by H. Von Hofsten, former owner's inscription on front free endpaper, wear to cover edges, good.
1941. Street, James. THE BISCUIT EATER. NY: The Dial Press, 1941. 88p, pictorial green cloth, vg+ in dust jacket with light edge wear. 1st edition. Wonderful black and white illustrations by Arthur Fuller. Beautiful edition of classic hunting dog story.
1938. Miller, Frank. BARNEY BAXTER IN THE AIR WITH THE EAGLE SQUADRON. Racine, WI: Whitman Pub. Co., (1938). 424p, illus. boards, illus., name on endpaper, paper browning, rubbing to edges, vg. "The Big Little Book" no. 1459. Based on a King Features Syndicate comic strip.
1963. Tebbel, John. FROM RAGS TO RICHES: Horatio Alger, Jr., and The American Dream. New York: Macmillan, (1963). 245p, cloth, illus., vg in lightly worn dj. 1st edition. A biography of Alger (1832-1899), popular author of books for boys.