THREE CHILDREN'S NOVELS BY CHRISTOPHER PEARSE CRANCH: THE LAST OF THE HUGGERMUGGERS: A GIANT STORY, KOBBOLTOZO: A SEQUEL TO THE LAST OF THE HUGGERMUGGERS, THE LEGEND OF DOCTOR THEOPHILUS; OR, THE ENCHANTED CLOTHES ... Edited, with an Introduction, by Greta D. Little and Joel Myerson. Christopher Pearse Cranch.

THREE CHILDREN'S NOVELS BY CHRISTOPHER PEARSE CRANCH: THE LAST OF THE HUGGERMUGGERS: A GIANT STORY, KOBBOLTOZO: A SEQUEL TO THE LAST OF THE HUGGERMUGGERS, THE LEGEND OF DOCTOR THEOPHILUS; OR, THE ENCHANTED CLOTHES ... Edited, with an Introduction, by Greta D. Little and Joel Myerson. Athens and London: The University of Georgia Press, [1993]. Octavo, illustrations by the author, cloth. First edition. Collects THE LAST OF THE HUGGERMUGGERS: A GIANT STORY (1856), KOBBOLTOZO: A SEQUEL TO THE LAST OF THE HUGGERMUGGERS (1857) and THE LEGEND OF DOCTOR THEOPHILUS; OR, THE ENCHANTED CLOTHES, a story first published here, edited, with an Introduction, by Greta D. Little and Joel Myerson. Christopher Pearse Cranch (1813-1892), an American poet and journalist with close ties to the New England Transcendentalists, was the first American author to write novel-length works solely for children, and to fuse elements of fantasy and adventure. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#161730).

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