A charming book educating French children in the art of good manners. Illustrated throughout with color lithographs by the famous French artist Maurice Boutet de Monvel.
1st Edition, 1899
Published by Quality Press
An account of London Cinemas under Fire in World War 2. Full page black and white photos of Cinema interiors and personalities, with Appendices and Index. No dust jacket.
1st Edition, 1948
Published by Wells Gardner, Darton & Co
Amusingly written little plays that have a serious ethical purpose running through most of them which gives a distinct educational value and raises them above the level of the ordinary adapted fairy-tale play.
1st Edition, 1912
Edited by James Ramsden
Published by Stone Trough Books
Fine memoir of Charles Fisher, killed in the battle of Jutland, and a group of previously unpublished letters between GWL and Rupert Hart-Davis, the prelude to their celebrated correspondence.