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Whitcombe's Story Books
(Publisher: Whitcombe & Tomb Ltd. Date: 1920s-1960s. Country: New Zealand)

Pickwick Papers - Charles Dickens (Whitcombe's Story Books) (image)

Pickwick Papers (abridged from the Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club)
by Charles Dickens

(Whitcombe's Story Books, No. 603)



WHITCOMBE'S STORY BOOKS CHECKLIST
Arrangement by Serial Number

001 The Story of Hey Diddle Diddle
035 The Runaway Toys (For the Sixes). (Song O' Sixpence series). Illustrated by Gwyneth M. Richardson.
037 Lazy Dick (For the Sixes). (Song O' Sixpence series). Illustrated by Gwyneth M. Richardson.
038 Policeman Peg (For the Sixes). (Song O' Sixpence series). Illustrated by Gwyneth M. Richardson.
111 The Story of New Zealand: The Growth of the Colony (1853-1906)
210 Adventures in Australia by W. H. G. Kingston
211 The Cloud Children's Holiday
219 The Teapot House by Nancy Iverach
251 Epaminondas and Other Stories for Little Ones by Sara Cone Bryant
333 Rip Van Winkle
349 Further Doings of Milly-Molly-Mandy by Joyce Lankester Brisley
352 The Gay Goblins by Nancy Iverach
357 The Dawn Shops and Other Stories by Joyce Lankester Brisley
359 Brer Rabbit Again
360 Koo the Kookaburra, by Ida J. L. Cole
407 Ralph in the Bush by Charles Barrett
410 Little Shepherd: The Life Story of a Little Dog Founded on Fact by Aileen L. Burrow
414 What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge
426 Fairy Tales from the South Seas by James Cowan
450 Suremma: Tales of a Little Black Girl
454 Doctor Doolittle's Dog by Hugh Lofting
518 Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
568 The Adventures of Wirra Wirra by V. E. Krebs
573 Wonderful New Guinea by Arthur Wyborn
603 Pickwick Papers (abridged from the Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club) by Charles Dickens
615 Don Quixote by Cervantes
620 John Halifax, Gentleman (adapted) by Mrs Craik
640 Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson
661 The Valley of the Sky by Tarlton Rayment
663 The adventures of Tom Sawyer (adapted) by Mark Twain

Still looking for serial numbers
--- Carnaby's Boy: A Tale of the Founding of Melbourne by Hilda Bridges
--- Cecil Rhodes 1853-1902
--- Like English Gentlemen by J. E. Hodder Williams
--- Nicolas Nickleby by Charles Dickens
--- The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper
--- The Mutiny on the Bounty
--- The Three Sisters by Mark Lemon

Further Reading

Whitcombe's story books: a trans-Tasman survey
by Ian F. McLaren with George J. Griffiths
University of Melbourne Library, 1984

Lost Christchurch website - history, photos on Whitcombe & Tomb Ltd.





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