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|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Heinrich Hoffmann; Mark Twain; Fritz Kredel; Clara Clemens; Harper & Brothers,; Golden Hind Press (Madison, N.J.),; Haddon Craftsmen, Inc.,
|Notes:||"First edition K-K"--Title page verso.
"Handset in Lutetia type at the Golden Hind Press, Madison, N.J. Printed and bound by the Haddon Craftsmen [Camden, N.J.] for Harper & Brothers Publishers"--Colophon.
"How my father Mark Twain translated Struwwelpeter for his children" by Clara Clemens (p. -).
Title in blue and black, with publisher's device in red.
Last page blank.
|Description:||32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm|
Happy tales and funny pictures
|Responsibility:||freely translated by Mark Twain ; with Dr. Hoffmann's illustrations, adapted from the rare first edition, by Fritz Kredel.|