A short selection of books from our catalogue that are interesting, rare or unusual - or which we just happen to like for some reason!
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The Wizard of Oz (A Pop-Up Classic)
L. Frank Baum. 1968.
A copy of this relatively unusual Pop-Up Wizard of Oz edition, in generally good condition, and complete with the "Emerald Spectacles" that often become lost.
Clive Staples Lewis. 1st edition. 1951.
A nice first edition copy of the second book in C. S. Lewis' Narnia series.
Beebo and the Fizzimen
Alain Gree. 1st Thus edition. 1969.
A very good copy of the hard to obtain 1969 first English edition of Alain Gree's modern fable.
The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents
Terry Pratchett. 1st edition. 2001.
A first edition in dustwrapper of Terry Pratchett's "The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents" (Doubleday, 2001, very good condition, minimal wear), signed on the title page by the author: "To Wendy, Amazing! Terry Pratchett."
Crispin - The Pig who had it all
Ted Dewan. 1st edition. 2000.
The story of a spoiled piglet and his little friends.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll. 1933.
A re-bound copy of the 1933 Heinemann 'Cheaper' edition of Alice, illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
Ursula Moray Williams. Reprint edition. 1988.
The story of Samantha and her battles against Aunt Daisy Clandorris, aided and abetted by the Bogwoppit.
Born to run
Michael Morpurgo. Reprint edition. 2007.
The story of a greyhound, and his relationships with the different owners he encounters.
Simple pictures are best
Nancy Willard. 1st Thus edition. 1978.
Bold pictures illustrate a funny story about photography.
The Wizard of the Wood
Elleston Trevor. 1st edition. 1948.
This is the story of Squirrel, in the Deep Wood series, who invents a miraculous and highly secret Flying Machine...