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Shadows over Nothross
Shadows over Nothross Sented by Emma

An evil magician conquers an elven city with his orc army. Reclaiming the place seems like an ordinary job for a group of adventurers. Perhaps it is.

Momotaro Sented by Christopher

This is one of a number (13 confirmed but probably 18) of books in the same format. They are all crepe paper and very small size for a Hasegawa book. They carry Hasegawa addresses during the 1889-1890 period (No. 2 Minami Saegicho & 3 Maruya-cho). They are bound Western style with the spine covered (no stab or string ties visible). They are identical in size and format to the books produced specially for Griffith, Farran & Company, London around 1888. More information on that special printing is here.

Iole Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A poet (seemingly modeled on Elbert Hubbard -- Roycroft community and all!), has just gone bust and the millionaire's mortgage man is set to throw him off his land... along with his eight children... and beautiful daughter...

Old Peter's Russian Tales
Old Peter's Russian Tales Sented by Steve Bark

Ransome says in a note at the beginning that the stories in this book are those that Russian peasants tell their children and each other. It was written for English children who play in deep lanes with wild roses above them in the high hedges, or by the small singing becks that dance down the grey fells at home.

The Cruise of the Noah's Ark

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

The Irish Fairy Book
The Irish Fairy Book Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Leprechauns, fairies, and other mythical figures inhabit this entertaining collection of Irish fairy lore.

The Waking World
The Waking World Sented by Emma

After a century of slumber, the Elder Gods have awoken.

The Slave of the Lamp
The Slave of the Lamp Sented by Steve Bark

The street is therefore dedicated to St. Gingolphe today. Tomorrow?

Tales of Giants from Brazil

Brazil is the land of the giant among all the rivers of the world. It is the land of giant fruits and giant flowers. Of course it is the land of giant stories too.

Where the Blue Begins
Where the Blue Begins Sented by Emma

A delicious satirical fantasy, in which humanity wears a dog collar

The Story of the Glittering Plain

The first of William Morris's great fantasies. Newly designed and typeset in a modern 6-by-9-inch format by Waking Lion Press.

When The Stone Shepherds Awaken
When The Stone Shepherds Awaken Sented by Steve Bark

On a distant planet far off into the future, there is a human colony twice removed from Earth with a country preparing for war. Sabienn Feel is a military cadet being fast-tracked for promotion as their enigmatic head of state, The Great Leader, readies his armies for battle.

Ting-a-ling Sented by Steve Bark

When the King clapped his hands twice, in rushed twenty-four armed guards.

Tales of the Wonder Club, Volume II
Tales of the Wonder Club, Volume II Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"Only be too glad, Jack," said Oldstone. "Out with it; there is nothing like a good story to beguile the time in weather like this."

Lulu's Library, Volume II
Lulu's Library, Volume II Sented by Steve Bark

Emersons and Channings, and appeared some years later under the name of Flower Fables.

Red Men and White
Red Men and White Sented by Sarah Gerdes

These eight stories are made from our Western Frontier as it was in a past as near as yesterday and almost as by-gone as the Revolution; so swiftly do we proceed.

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