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The Denslow Picture Book Treasury

by W. W. Denslow

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 048647917X, Paperback)

The father of the American Picture Book, W. W. Denslow is best remembered for illustrating the original Wonderful Wizard of Oz. This unique compilation features 9 of the best stories from his 18-volume series from 1903-04. Tales of Humpty Dumpty and other childhood favorites are accompanied by high-quality color reproductions of the artist's imaginative drawings.

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Six classic nursery rhymes, published as books in the early part of the century, are presented in one volume with commentary by Michael Hearn.

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