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Dent's Speller Grade 5 (Canadian Spelling Series)

By Hanmer, J. Douglas

Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons (Canada), 1959. Pale yellow/white hardcover with front cover lettering and child friendly drawings, x + 86 pages including illustrations throughout; spine ever so slightly age darkened, covers and top edge have traces of dust speckling but not a hint of shelf or reading wear, tight in binding, otherwise very clean and unmarked throughout, all pages fresh and white, probably an unused/unread copy. See also our listings for The Canadian Speller, Book Three, Grades VIII and IX, and for the very scarce The Canadian Speller Teacher's Manual, both published by Gage, . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++. Illus. by Alan Crisp .

$5.00

Interpretation: Working with Scripts

By Lundy, Charles; Booth, David

Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Academic Press Canada, 1983. AS NEW oversized softcover with stay-flat metal spiral binding, later printing, 203 pages; very clean and unmarked unread condition.. Soft Cover. As New.

$20.00

Ripley's GIANT Believe It or Not! Over 1400 True Stories of Human Oddities and Natural Wonders

By Robert Le Roy Ripley; With an Introduction by Lowell Thomas

New York: Warner Books, 1976. OVERSIZED softcover, unpaginated (but roughly 350 pages including black-and-white illustrations on every page); light shelf and reading wear, one spine crease, light chipping to spine ends and corners, otherwise very gently used, neat three-line ink gift inscription of half title page (dated "Nov. 29, 1976", indicating that this may be a one-owner copy), otherwise very clean and unmarked. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$4.25

ACTUAL SIZE: 250 actual size images of the real World

By The Philip Lief Group; Osborn, Kevin

New York: Doubleday Dolphin, 1985. OVERSIZED softcover, 72 pages including black-and-white illustrations on every page; only very light shelf wear, one heavy spine crease causing book to open flat at pages 28/29, otherwise very gently used, very clean and unmarked. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$5.00

The Seven Little Sisters Who Live on the Round Ball That Floats in the Air

By Andrews, Jane

Boston: Ginn and Company, 1903. Hardcover without dust jacket, xxiv + 121 pages including black-and-white illustrations, very bright and clear gilt lettering on front cover, same on spine sowewhat faded; very gently used, onlly tiny traces of shelf wear to cover edges, dust speckling to top edge, page(s) prior to title page are missing, very clean and unmarked throughout.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$3.48

Thinking for Decisions: Deductive Quantitative Methods

By Churchman, C. West; Leonard Auerbach; Simcha Sadan

St. Louis, MO, USA: Science Research Associates , 1975. Hardcover without dust jacket, xiii + 445 pages; tiny ntraces of shelf wear, but very gently read, if at all (I think not), dent to bottom edge of front cover with no impact on pages, another severe bump/crease to top corner of front cover extending as a tiny crease to about page 80, but tight in binding, all pages very clean and unmarked. See also our listing for Churchman's extremely scarce Methods of Inquiry : An Introduction to Philosophy and Scientific Method. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++.

$30.00

Methods of Inquiry : An Introduction to Philosophy and Scientific Method

By Churchman, C. West; Ackoff, Russell L

St. Louis, MO, USA: Educational Publishers, 1950. Hardcover without dust jacket, 558 pages; gently used copy with moderate shelf wear and bumps to cover corners, top edge age darkened and dust speckled, just a hint of soiling to covers, but tight in binding, text pages very clean and unmarked. See also our listing for Churchman's Thinking for Decisions: Deductive Quantitative Methods. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +.

$400.00

Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniells
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Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniells

By Djwa, Sandra

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. Oversized hardcover with dust jacket, xii + 474 pages, plus black-and-white illustrations; book in very clean and unmarked unread condition; DJ has one very tiny tear at bottom of front hinge, otherwise also as new.. First Edition. Hard Cover. As New/Very Good ++.

$30.00

The Adopted Family: You and Your Child: A Guide for Adoptive Parents (Book I) and the Family That Grew (Book II) [2-volume set in slipcase]

By Rondell, Florence; Michaels, Ruth

New York: Crown Publishers, 1965. Boxed set consisting of two hardcover books in a Very Good slipcase (rubbed along edges, spine sun faded, but solid, no cracks or tears); Book I, 58 pages, later printing of the Revised Edition, spine slightly sun faded but not a trace of shelf or reading wear, interior is in as new, flawless, very clean and unmarked condition, pages brilliantly fresh as white, overall in Fine condition; Book II, 20 pages including cute drawings by a child on endpapers and almost every page, later printing of the Revised Edition, same overall Fine condition. . Hard Cover.

$4.25

McGuffey's Eclectic Primer, Revised Edition   (American Book Company)
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McGuffey's Eclectic Primer, Revised Edition (American Book Company)

New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1983. Hardcover without dust jacket, later printing, 64 pages including many black-and-white illustrations; shelf wear to cover edges and corners, but very gently used, very clean and unmarked. See also our listings for Randolph Quirk's An Old English Grammar, and for Philip Howard's The State of the Language: English Observed. . Hard Cover. Very Good -.

$1.00

Four Centuries of Printing Progress in the Americas: A Radio Talk Recorded at Station WBOE, Cleveland, Ohio, April 2, 1940

By McMurtrie, Douglas C.

Cleveland, Ohio, 1940. Oversized stapled softcover pamphlet, 7 pages; covers rubbed, but very gently used, tears along length of spine, but still tight in binding, very clean and unmarked throughout. See also our titles in a series by Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, including Douglas C. McMurtrie's own Printing's Five Hundred Years of Service, and his extremely scarce Stereotyping in Bavaria in the Sixteenth Century: A Note on the History of Map Printing Processes and of Printer's Platemaking, Printed By Students of the Chicago School of Printing.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$5.00

Printing's Five Hundred Years of Service

By McMurtrie, Douglas C.

Chicago: International Association of Printing House Craftsmen, 1940. Oversized stapled softcover pamphlet, 17 pages; covers rubbed, but very gently used, tears along length of spine, but still tight in binding, very clean and unmarked throughout. See also our titles in a series by Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, including Douglas C. McMurtrie's introduction to John Bagford's An Essay on the Invention of Printing, and McMurtrie's own Four Centuries of Printing Progress in the Americas: A Radio Talk Recorded at Station WBOE, Cleveland, Ohio, April 2, 1940, as well as his extremely scarce Stereotyping in Bavaria in the Sixteenth Century: A Note on the History of Map Printing Processes and of Printer's Platemaking, Printed By Students of the Chicago School of Printing.. Soft Cover. Good.

$25.00

A letter written by the Reverend Charles Ellis claiming the invention of printing for Coster and a letter in refutation of that claim : A transcription of the texts of these letters as originally published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1703

By Ellis, Charles

Chicago: Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, Published as a report on Work Projects Administration, 1940. Oversized stapled softcover pamphlet, 11 pages;---"Contribution to Materials on the History of Printing, No. 2"---covers rubbed, tiny tears to spine ends, but very gently used, tight in binding, very clean and unmarked throughout. See also our other titles in this series by Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen.. Soft Cover. Very Good -.

$15.00

A letter written by the Reverend Charles Ellis claiming the invention of printing for Coster and a letter in refutation of that claim : A transcription of the texts of these letters as originally published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1703

By Ellis, Charles

Chicago: Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, Published as a report on Work Projects Administration, 1940. Oversized stapled softcover pamphlet, 11 pages;---"Contribution to Materials on the History of Printing, No. 2"---covers rubbed, tiny tears to spine ends, but very gently used, tight in binding, very clean and unmarked throughout. See also our other titles in this series by Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen.. Soft Cover. Very Good -.

$15.00

Four Centuries of Printing Progress in the Americas: A Radio Talk Recorded at Station WBOE, Cleveland, Ohio, April 2, 1940

By McMurtrie, Douglas C.

Cleveland, Ohio, 1940. Oversized stapled softcover pamphlet, 7 pages; covers rubbed, but very gently used, tears along length of spine, but still tight in binding, very clean and unmarked throughout. See also our titles in a series by Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, including Douglas C. McMurtrie's own Printing's Five Hundred Years of Service, and his extremely scarce Stereotyping in Bavaria in the Sixteenth Century: A Note on the History of Map Printing Processes and of Printer's Platemaking, Printed By Students of the Chicago School of Printing.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$5.00

ENGLISH: Literature Criticism Teaching, Volume XIV [Vol. 14], Summer 1963, No. 83

London: Published for the English Association by The Oxford University Press, 1963. Oversized softcover pamphlet, [3] + 40 + [4] pages (paginated as 177-216); covers rubbed, bumped and faded, one tiny tear to front cover top, but very gently used, tight in sewn binding, very clean and unmarked throughout. . Soft Cover. Very Good -.

$20.00

The New Through the Green Gate: The Alice and Jerry Books

By O'Donnell, Mabel

Evanston, Illinois: Row, Peterson and Company, 1951. Pictorial hardcover without dust jacket, 192 pages including full colour illustrations on almost every page; considerable wear to spine ends and cover edges, some light soiling to covers, a few markings on all four endpapers, a few pages have short tears, but all are clean and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Good. Illus. by Florence and Margaret Hoopes .

$1.98

Art Education: A Canadian Perspective

By Clark, Roger

Toronto: Ontario Society for Education Through Art, 1994. Trade paperback, 161 pages; very gently read, if at all, interior very clean and unmarked, pages fresh and white, but in mail transit to me this copy sustained a blow to the back outside corner resulting in a light bump/crease to the cover and the corner margins of the last nineteen (non-text) pages without affect on the text. See also our other Roger Clark titles: Art Education: Issues in Postmodernist Pedagogy, and An Introduction to Art Education.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$35.00

An Introduction to Art Education

By Clark, Roger

London, Ontario, Canada: Plan B Books, 1998. Oblong softcover, 80 pages including several reproductions in black-and-white and full colour: very gently used by previous owner, ink signature/phone number inside front cover, limited highlighting on six pages, otherwise very clean and unmarked throughout, but bruised in transit to me resulting in a bump/curl to the top front corner throughout. See also our listings for Roger Clark's Art Education: Issues in Postmodernist Pedagogy, Rhoda Kellogg's Analyzing Children's Art, Elliot Eisner's very scarce Educating Artistic Vision, and Deirdre Russell-Bowie's MMADD about the arts! : An Introduction to Primary Arts Education [with CD-ROM].. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good -.

$30.00

Art Education: A Canadian Perspective

By Clark, Roger

Toronto: Ontario Society for Education Through Art, 1994. Trade paperback, 161 pages; very clean and unmarked unread condition, pages fresh and white. See also our other Roger Clark titles: Art Education: Issues in Postmodernist Pedagogy, and An Introduction to Art Education.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine.

$45.00

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