The English Struwwelpeter, or, Pretty stories and funny pictures.
- Additional Title(s):
Pretty stories and funny pictures
- [England?] : [Publisher not identified], [approximately 1900?]
- Physical Description:
- 24 leaves : illustrations ; 25 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsPT2362.H45 S7 1900+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Gift of the Salter FamilyAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Caption title.
"Printed in Holland"--Page 24.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in blue cloth. Inscribed: To Mary Salter with love from her godfather Alfred Wareing. Chrismas 1930. Accompanied by a newspaper clipping [July 1972] of a column "A tract for the times" by Brian Alderson discussing the publication history of Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann's Struwwelpeter; and an ALS from Alfred Wareing to his sister Gladys [Salter], Dec. 23, 1929. The letter notes: "I've had the specially bound - mounted on linen - for my dear wee Mary ..."
- Subject Terms:
- Children -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry.Children's poetry, German -- Translations into English.Salter, Gladys -- ALS from Alfred Wareing. Dec. 23/29.Stories in rhyme.Wareing, Alfred -- ALS to Gladys Salter. Dec. 23/29.
Photomechanical prints -- .
- Shock-headed Peter
- The story of cruel Frederick
- The dreadful story about Harriet and the matches
- The story of the inky boys
- The story of the man that went out shooting
- The story of little Suck-a-thumb
- The story of Augustus who would not have any soup
- The story of fidgety Philip
- The story of Johnny Head-in-the-air
- The story of flying Robert.