Raggedy ann is a fictional character created by american writer johnny gruelle 18801938 in a series of books he wrote and illustrated for young children. Make offer rare raggedy ann and andy stapco ny lyn litho african american wall plaques vintage berenguer 1980s90s doll set 15 and 7 african american jc toys rare. Unfollow raggedy ann andy dolls to stop getting updates on your ebay feed. Gruelle went on to publish many more books chronicling raggedy ann, her brother raggedy andy, and their many friends. You might look in the yellow pages to see if theres a rare book dealer in your area and call them up and ask them if they do appraisals or know someone who does. The redheaded toy box tenants are herefreckles and all. See more ideas about raggedy ann and andy, raggedy ann and vintage childrens books. Raggedy ann and the magic book, gruelle, 1939 raggedy ann and the golden butterfly, gruelle, 1940 raggedy ann and the hoppy toad, mclaughlin, 1940 raggedy ann helps grandpa hoppergrass, mclaughlin, 1940 raggedy ann goes sailing, mclaughlin, 1941 raggedy ann and the nice fat policeman, gruelle, 1942 raggedy ann and andy, saalfield, 1944.
Raggedy andy stories 1920 raggedy ann and andy and the camel with the wrinkled knees 1924 wooden willie 1927 raggedy ann s fairy stories 1928 raggedy ann s magical wishes 1928 marcella. Shows significant wear, all pages are accounted for. A sequel, raggedy andy stories 1920 introduced the character of her brother, raggedy andy, dressed in sailor suit. Raggedy ann stories, his book explaining her origins and introducing raggedy ann and her friends to the world, was published in 1918 and both the book and doll were great commercial successes. The titles include sunny bunny comes home, published by macmillan, inc. Well now you can have one for your child, grandchild, or just one for yourself. Thus, in every way raggedy ann in the deep deep woods promotes solid christian values of charity, kindliness, and faith in the decent hearts and intentions of others. Raggedy anns cooking school and raggedy andys treasure hunt by marjory schwalje were published by western publishing company, inc. From the classic, huggable dolls to exciting stories, this collection is sure to delight generations past and present. A raggedy ann story 1929 raggedy ann in the deep deep woods 1930. Raggedy ann in cookie land hardcover january 1, 1960 by johnny gruelle author. An inside look at dolls from raggedy ann to barbie camelot world series, busy days with raggedy ann and andy, and several more. Introducing the little rag brother of raggedy ann, in 1920, and from then on, andy was part of the cast.
Raggedy ann and raggedy andy 1941 04 11 fleischer studios 2. Shop for baby bedding raggedy ann online at target. Public hosted by fantasy playhouse childrens theater and academy. Raggedy ann is a rag doll with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose. Now a new generation can share in the funfilled adventures thanks to this reissue, which appears just like it did when it was first released some 84 years ago. These charming replicas capture all the authenticity of the originals, which were created by john gruelle. Raggedy ann and andy and the camel with the wrinkled knees vintage book, 1924. Raggedy ann and andy, book,the camel with the wrinkled knees,hc,1951 gruelle,vgc.
Johnny gruelle 18801938 was an extremely talented cartoonist, illustrator, and storyteller. For the 1941 film, see raggedy ann and raggedy andy 1941 film. Largely directed by richard williams until the budget very obviously ran out, this is by no means a great film in fact its rather a mess but one i. Raggedy ann, heroine of the first, was the favorite doll of his daughter, marcella, who died after a long illness at the age of. The inside story of raggedy ann, who turns 100 years old. Raggedy ann and andy book with animated illustrations by. A musical adventure is a 1977 american liveactionanimated musical fantasy film directed by richard williams, produced by the bobbsmerrill company, a publishing arm of itt, and released theatrically by 20th century fox.
Raggedy ann stories the original raggedy ann story. Raggedy ann, heroine of the first book, was a favorite doll of his daughter, marcella, who died after a long illness at the age of thirteen. Raggedy ann stories by johnny gruelle, paperback barnes. The inside story of raggedy ann, who turns 100 years old this.
The first page of the book includes a table of contents. The bliff, egbert elephant art by dan noonan, the brownies submarine adventure art by walt kelly, 9 pages, a play for halloween, and billy and bonny bee, plus animal mother goose by kelly 2 pages. The character was created in 1915 as a doll, and was introduced to the public in. For the older ones from the 1960s there is a tiny plastic record disk inside. He had already written and illustrated a book of original fairy tales before creating the raggedy ann and andy stories. Jun 16, 2010 largely directed by richard williams until the budget very obviously ran out, this is by no means a great film in fact its rather a mess but one i watched often as a kid.
Raggedy ann and andy and the camel with the wrinkled knees 1924 raggedy andy s number book 1924 raggedy ann s wishing pebble 1925 raggedy ann s alphabet book 1925 beloved belindy 1926 the paper dragon. No matter what youre looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Raggedy ann has captured the imaginations of millions of readers since first appearing in print in the early 1900s. John barton gruelle december 24, 1880 january 9, 1938 was an american artist, political cartoonist, childrens book and comics authors, illustrator, and storyteller. Raggedy andy s number book by johnny gruelle from 1924.
The collection includes five different hardcover books. Raggedy ann and andy and the camel with the wrinkled knees. Make sure to read the sweetcreepy preface, which talks about how the little girl marcela was a real person and died horribly young, so her dad decided to write a bunch of stories about a fantasyland version of her childhood. Since 2nd of february 2012, the document can be found in the law office in the publication and issue section. He is best known as the creator of raggedy ann and raggedy andy dolls and as the authorillustrator of dozens of books.
Raggedy ann is a character created by american writer johnny gruelle 18801938 that appeared in a series of books he wrote and illustrated for young children. The character was created in 1915 as a doll, and was introduced to the public in the 1918 book raggedy ann stories. Four different companies produced the duo of dolls from 1934 through 2012, when current. Raggedy ann and andy books by johnny gruelle from the 1920s.
Raggedy ann and andy books by johnny gruelle from the 1920. The raggedy ann and andy book series by multiple authors includes books raggedy ann and the birthday surprise, dolls. Raggedy ann and andy are curious and enthusiastic, and only capable of seeing the good and the positive potential in the world around them. Raggedy ann and andys sunny stories by johnny gruelle. Raggedy ann is a rag doll with red yarn for hair and has a triangle nose. Notes tucows, inc has graciously donated a copy of this software to the internet archives tucows software archive for long term preservation and access. A 1941 short film had previously featured the raggedy ann and andy characters created by johnny gruelle. He had already written and illustrated a book of original fairy tales before creating the first two raggedy books, raggedy ann stories and raggedy andy stories. A collection of two raggedy ann hardcover childrens books.
Raggedy ann and the painter the story where ann gets her candy heart 05. Weve gathered our favorite raggedy ann and andythemed treasures that inspire little imaginations to seek their own adventures. Raggedy andy stories 1920 raggedy ann and andy and the camel with the wrinkled knees 1924 wooden willie 1927 raggedy anns fairy stories 1928 raggedy anns magical wishes 1928 marcella. If the record or tonearmneedle or speaker is broken then you are sol unless they have spare parts or you are in for an expensive repair. How much do you think old raggedy anne books are worth. A doll was also marketed along with the book to great success. After his daughter fell ill in 1915, cartoonist johnny gruelle and his family began making copies of a rag doll he had designed for the sick child. The doll siblings enjoyed a long series of adventures. This book is about raggedy ann and some other unmemorable dolls hanging out in a little girls nursery. A raggedy ann adventure 1926 wooden willie 1927 raggedy ann s magical wishes 1928. Aurora world is interationally known as a leader in the plush industry. Gruelle also contributed cartoons and illustrations to. Raggedy ann original text with pictures free kids books.
The collection includes raggedy andy stories 1920 and raggedy ann and andy 1924. Medium raggedy andy classic doll by aurora 15415 walmart. It features an image of raggedy ann and andy sitting in a chair holding hands. Raggedy andy has the classic looped red yarn hair, stitched facial features, including the classic red triangle nose, shiny black eyes, stitched eyebrows, eyelashes, and mouth. When a doll was marketed with the book, the concept had great success.
Gruelle received us patent d47789 for his raggedy ann doll on september 7, 1915. Raggedy ann and andy 1946 dell 1st series comic books. Volland brought out the second raggedy ann book, raggedy andy stories. The books were written and illustrated by johnny gruelle.
Introducing the little rag brother of raggedy ann johnny gruelle. How raggedy ann and raggedy andy came to marcellas house 02. Raggedy andy stories by johnny gruelle free at loyal books. Marcella a raggedy ann story, johnny gruelle 1929 original p. There are many editions of the raggedy ann books, and this one by simon and schuster books for young readers is excellent. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and oneofakind products and gifts related to your search. Johnny gruelle received us patent d47789 for his raggedy ann doll on september 7, 1915. Sep 08, 2015 in 1920, gruelle gave ann a jauntily dressed brother, raggedy andy, introduced in raggedy andy stories. May 22, 2008 so id guess if your raggedy ann books are first editions theyre worth quite a bit. Raggedy andys number book johnny gruelle 1924 cloth. In 1920, gruelle gave ann a jauntily dressed brother, raggedy andy, introduced in raggedy andy stories. Marcella first edition johnny gruelle bauman rare books.859 1231 72 254 1013 1365 1144 355 971 625 1093 1219 129 854 159 712 1496 1321 513 665 410 1120 698 888 158 1387 1194 500 822 914 32 195 1445 359 466 762 1115 38 46 649 902 612