The Angel Doll, Jerry Bledsoe. Set in a North Carolina manufacturing town during the 1950s. Every day Whitey Black reads The Littlest Angel to his sister Sandy, a four-year-old stricken with polio. Now she wants just one thing for Christmas: an angel doll. Unfortunately, in this small North Carolina town, no one has ever heard of such a thing. Nevertheless, Whitey Black and his best friend set out to find her one, at great cost and for even greater reward.
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak First Ed in First Issue Dust Jacket First edition in the first issue dust jacket which does not mention the caldecott award. No restoration done to the book or jacket - an unsophisticated copy. Published in 1963. $3,750.00 / 1 bid
John and Stasi Eldredge. His book, Wild at Heart, and the book they coauthored, Captivating, have had a resounding impact on my life that has ultimately altered my past, present, and, Lord willing, my future. Their message is one of hope, restoration, and freedom in the true design of God for His cherished creations: men and women.