Three Little Kittens. Cut Out Series 012.

Three Little Kittens. Cut Out Series 012.
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New York: Graham & Matlack, 1915. Small 8vo., (17 x 13 cm), [16] pp., six illustrations printed in black and orange, full color pictorial paper boards. Stiff wrappers, staple bound, outer edges cut to shape of kitten. Edges slightly worn, smudges on title, very faint staining from the staple; good. Gift inscription in pencil dated 1916. First edition of the Three Little Kittens as published in Graham & Matlack’s “Cut Out Series,” number 012. A variation of the original poem usually attributed to Eliza Lee Cabot Follen, first published in 1833. There is some text added, and while the text is different from the original poem, it holds true to the story of three kittens who lose their mittens (here the mittens are stolen by a jackdaw), find them again, and then dirty them eating pie. (Item Id: 106166)

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