First edition, first impression, number 13 of large paper copies.
A rare form of the first book in Lang's Fairy Book series. Seller: Peter Harrington Published: The Blue Fairy Book. LANG, Andrew ed. London: Longmans, Green, and Co. Octavo x mm. Contemporary blue half morocco, titles in gilt to spine, raised bands, floral motif in gilt to compartments, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed.
Frontispiece, title vignette, 7 plates, and numerous in-text illustrations by H. Spine uniformly sunned, light foxing to edges, a little rubbed, else a very good copy indeed. First edition of the first and scarcest title in the Fairy Book series, which effected a seismic shift in the public's taste for fairytales, and was unprecedented in the international scope of its sources.
North Books, Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.
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Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. Thick quarto. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt, red and white lettering and decoration on spine and front cover. Navy endpapers with gilt Van Sandwyk illustration.
In dark blue slipcase with mild rubbing. First edition. Charles van Sandwyk is an award winning Canadian artist. Some of van Sandwyk's paintings hang in the National Library of Canada. This is a fantastic illustrated collection of loved Fairy tales supplemented beautifully by Van Sandwyk's detailed and imaginative paintings.
Complete with a wonderful original drawing of a mouse on a toadstool. Nicely signed by Charles. Seller: Aquila Books Published: Lang, Andrew. David McKay, Philadelphia: First printing thus.
Dover Children's Classics: The Lilac Fairy Book by Andrew Lang (1968, Paperback)
Fine and bright in fine dust jacket with minor wear to upper spine. A very handsome copy with torn original tissue outer jacket laid in on the verso of the jacket in mylar cover. Sixteen full page color illustrations by Frank Godwin.
Condition: Fine and bright in fine dust jacket with minor wear to upper spine. A very handsome copy with torn original tissue outer jacket Edition: First printing thus. Lang, Andrew London: Longmans, Green. Very Good- Bright tight condition light edgewear. In Blue gilt covers, illustrated, all edges gilt.
Published: Condition: Very Good- Bright tight condition light edgewear. Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Like New. Hard cover edition in hard cardboard slipcase. Book is new except the cellophane is missing from outside cover. Pages clean and bright, tight binding.
Seventh Edition. Mild wear to extremities with a slight vertical crease to spine.
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I must admit though that I did struggle with correctly fitting the carrier to myself and then getting my son into it safely with only one pair of hands. I am unsure whether it is recommended by Beco that it can be put on independently but I did need to ask the wife for help.
Have you got super long Mr Tickle arms? If so, the Beco Gemini carrier could be for you. The Beco Gemini looks good. There is a single front panel which I guess is useful for easy breastfeeding and hip carrying but felt a bit precarious trying to secure a bigger, wrigglier, forward-facing baby. The most difficult element was securing the shoulder straps.
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You have to get these over your shoulders, reach behind you and then secure them to your opposite hip. Furthermore, this design means the straps are so long they dangle on the floor when you take the baby out. The Boba X is simple and easy to use. A robust carrier that should last the test of time and have you carrying from baby to toddler 7lb to 20kg. The wide waist band and padded shoulder straps make it comfortable to wear with minimum strain. The Boba baby carrier comes in a simple box with zero plastic packaging so we are onto a winner from the start.
Upon first inspection it looks good quality and very sturdy. As I was testing on an month-old toddler I had to zip on the detachable seat extensions but you can leave these off for baby. There is also a hidden hood tucked into a pocket at the top which would be used to keep the sun or wind off. I found the Boba very easy to wear and fit my son into, I was able to do it alone in comparison to other makes we have used which can be a two-man job.
There are two ways to carry, front carry facing you, and the piggyback method. Despite my little guy not being in the mood to pose for photos this past week I did get a decent walk about with him in it. First impressions are great! The colour, texture and the overall feel of the carrier seem good quality. The instructions are great! The Beco features a handy pocket which is big enough for your essential items. I much preferred to have Coco on my front, being able to see and interactive with my son, plus using the features such as the pocket and the rain cover is so much easier. Also putting him in on my front was very easy!
We used the Boba 4G at the park with our 1-year-old boy. The padding and cushioning which made it very comfortable to wear but also warm! We found the hood to be positive as we go walking quite a bit, rain or shine, so if we get caught in a typical British rain shower the child is covered and protected to some degree.
It took a while to adjust this to get it right. We wanted to leave you with some essential safety pointers of how to best carry your baby. Dads were up in arms this week, in outrage over how Postman Pat still keeps his job. Our concerns were aired and things got so good, we really had to share.
This is what happens when you privatise the post office. Pat is the officer tasked with protecting the residents, and the postal round is his excuse to check up on them. When they eventually turn up. And he proves, that work means more than family.
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