London: Allen & Unwin, 1963. First edition. 252 pages.
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Beijing: China Centr of Adoption Affairs, 2004. Stiff paper covers in box with a lifting ribbon; 242 pages.
Atlanta: Home Mission Board, 1978. 191 pages.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1979. First edition. 307 pages.
Middlesex: Rochester Folk Art Guild, 1969. Number 12 of a limited edition of 500 copies; 14 pages.
Bronx: Original Publications, 1994. First edition. 221 pages.
Metuchen: Scarecrow, 1977. First edition.
Tokyo: Miura Printing Co., 1970. First edition. 223 pages plus two folding charts.
Reading: Taderon Press, 2004. First edition. with drawings by Nonny Hogrogian; Signed by the author and illustrator; 47 pages.
London: Oxford University, 1923. First edition. CCLIV in the World's Classics Series; 210 pages.
New York: 1979. First printing. Contents include STRUNG MEMORIES by Sister Maria Jose Hobday - In memory of a mother and father who gave the gift of stories, TOWARDS BEGINNINGS, PART II by Richard Lewis - A father/teacher continues his exploration of the nature of childhood, LEARNING THE HOLY TONGUE...
New York: St Martin's Press, 1972. First US edition. Rendered into English from the literal and complete French translation of Dr. J.C. Mardrus; Volume IV only; 537 pages.
Rutland: Tuttle, 1971. Fourth printing. 429 pages.
New York: Zenith, 1971. First edition. 114 pages.
Middlesex: Rochester Folk Art Guild, N.D., c. 1981. Handscripted, Illustrated with Woodcuts and Printed; 32 pages.
Middlesex: Rochester Folk Art Guild, N.D., c. 1980. Dramatized from an Old Chinese tale and Silk-screened by the Rocgester Folk Art Guild; 14 pages.
Aronson, 1994. First printing. 298 pages.
London: Idries Shah Foundation, 2015. Second edition. Five volume numbered set limited to 500 copies; Card stating 'With the complimants...' of the publisher, laid in; 530 pages.
Gorgias, 2013. Second Impression. Perspective on Philosophy and Religious Thought No. 8; 549 pages.
Boulder: Great Eastern, 1980. First printing. 190 pages.
London: McGraw-Hill, 1977. First UK edition. 126 pages.
New York: Pantheon, 1987. First edition. 341 pages.
London: Tauris, 2012. First printing. Traditional Egyptian folktales have a flavor and vivacity that until now has proved impossible to render in translation. Here, Elizabeth Wickett presents a translation into English of five rich and vivid tales from Upper Egypt that accurately captures the drama, wit, and vitality of Egyptian...
New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1956. Illustrated by Lili Cassel; 160 pages.
London: Watts, 1924. 240 pages.