Companion Library-Gulliver's Travels/Treasure Island (1963)
Gulliver's Travels/Treasure Island (1963)

Unique set up of two favorite children's stories put together by Grosset & Dunlap under the name Companion Library. Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift (illustrated by Jo Polseno) on one side. Flip the book and start reading Treasure Island by Robert Lewis Stevenson (Illustrated by Gerald McCann). Gulliver's Travels is the story of a young man who travels to several strange places and learns many lesson including prejudice and fairness. Treasure Island is the adventure tale of a young boy who goes to sea and experiences many adventures including meeting pirates.

The book is worn and is showing some age. Leading corners have bump wear and . Shelf wear is evident. All leaves are firm and sturdy in the book but are show some staining and freckling with no wiggle in the spine.

7-1/2" x 5" x 511 manuscript pages

Cowper Illustrated by a Series of Views in or Near the Park of Weston-Underwood, Buckinghamshire. Accompanied with Copious Descriptions and a Sketch of the Poet's Life. Philadelphia: Printed by C. Sherman, 19 St. James Street, 1854.
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