4 edition of Barnaby and Mr. O"Malley found in the catalog.
Barnaby and Mr. O"Malley
|LC Classifications||PN6728.B3 J6 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||75016604|
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I learned to read with Barnaby and Mr O'Mally over 60 years ago - when the book and I and Barnaby were all nearly new. It was a fascinating fantasy in the real world setting of a little boy at home with his dog and his parents - and the random presence of the boy's fairy godfather, a short, stout little man in overcoat and a fedora with a half smoked cigar and tiny little fairy wings!Cited by: 1.
I learned to read with Barnaby and Mr O'Mally over 60 years ago - when the book and I and Barnaby were all nearly new. It was a fascinating fantasy in the real world setting of a little boy at home with his dog and his parents - and the random presence of the boy's fairy godfather, a short, stout little man in overcoat and a fedora with a half smoked cigar and tiny little fairy wings!/5(13).
O'Malley's conceit was matched only by his inability to grant the simplest childhood request, and his misguided attempts never failed to get Barnaby into hot water. O'Malley was a comic strip original, though in appearance he had a passing resemblance to W.C.
Fields. "Cushlamochree" (from the Irish "cuisle mo chroí", "beat of my heart. have just entered this book as the third book on Goodreads with the title Barnaby and Mr.
O'Malley. This is a hardcover book with the copyright given as ", ," which I believe means it came out in The text on the front dust jacket flap starts "A year ago, when we published BARNABY," so I have put this as "Barnaby #2"/5. BARNABY AND MR O'MALLEY by Crockett Johnson.
Second compilation of the cartoons of Crockett Johnson, which ran from to Dust jacket, issued at publication, is missing. First Edition. Printed Published by Henry Holt and Co, New York. 5 1/4 inches wide by 8 3/4 inches Rating: % positive. If you are familiar with Crockett Johnson's comic strip Barnaby, you'll know the answer right away: Mr.
O'Malley — one of the most delightful creations in comic strip history. If you're not, this book (and Dover's companion volume, Barnaby) will give you a chance to make the acquaintance of Barnaby and his utterly fantastic fairy : Crockett Johnson. I learned to read with Barnaby and Mr O'Mally over 60 years ago - when the book and I and Barnaby were all nearly new.
It was a fascinating fantasy in the real world setting of a little boy at home with his dog and his parents - and the random presence of the boy's fairy godfather, a short, stout little man in overcoat and a fedora with a half smoked cigar and tiny little fairy wings!/5(7).
Get this from a library. Barnaby and Mr. O'Malley. [Crockett Johnson] -- "What has little pink wings, talks with an Irish brogue and smokes a cigar. If you are familiar with Crockett Johnson's comic Barnaby, you'll know the answer right away: Mr. O'Malley, one of the most.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, Octavo, boards. First edition. Variant binding of gray patterned boards stamped in black. Episodes from a classic comic strip. The second book collecting the comic strips featuring Barnaby and Mr.
O'Malley, his fairy godfather. The greatest book since WAR AND PEACE. - Mr. O'Malley. A fine copy in very good dust jacket with some shallow chipping at Edition: First Edition. Get this from a library.
Barnaby and Mr. O'Malley. [Crockett Johnson] -- A comic strip featuring a cherubic-looking five-year-old and his fairy godfather, Jackeen J. O'Malley, a short, cigar-smoking man with four tiny wings. Frank Kennedy telling story behind the drawing on kitchen wall in Annisquam, MA.
Barnaby is a comic strip which began Ap in the newspaper PM and was later syndicated in 64 American newspapers (for a combined circulation of more than 5,).
Created by Crockett Johnson, who is best known today for his children's book Harold and the Purple Crayon, the strip featured a cherubic-looking five-year-old and his far-from-cherubic fairy godfather, Jackeen J. O Launch date: Ap (PM), revived. Barnaby and Mr O'Malley FCBD #0 VF Stock Image.
Published by Fantagraphics. Grade: VF. This is a mid grade item. It will have a few minor defects and will generally appear to be in "slightly used" but not "roughly used" Rating: % positive.
New York: Henry Holt, First Edition. First Edition. Very Good plus in cornflower blue cloth covered boards with red titles and a Near Fine black dust jacket. Spine slightly cocked, with light rubbing at the extremities. Bookplate to the front p Book Edition: First Edition. The Barnaby Series, page 1.
Not all of the characters who appeared in the original comic strips make it into the first two books. This page includes only the main characters in Barnaby () or Barnaby and Mr.
O'Malley (). Page 2 features the characters from Ballantine/Del Rey's Barnaby series (), which reprinted the original strips exactly as first run. This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for: Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your edits.
O'Malley is a flying pink-winged fairy godfather who gives 5-year-old Barnaby the companionship he doesn't get from his preoccupied parents. He must contend with the sharp-tongued insults of. As an author of over fourteen record breaking books, Dee Henderson is widely known for the uncommon heroes and the O’Malley series.
By creating romantic suspense novels, Dee Henderson has been nominated for several prominent awards including the Christly awards, ECPA RITA Awards and the Holt Medallion awards, Golden Quill and the National reader’s awards.
Eric Reynolds: Barnaby Baxter is a precocious 5-year-old who has a Fairy Godfather, Mr. O'Malley. O'Malley is up there with Wimpy and Homer Simpson. in Barnaby and Mr. O'Malley Free Comic Book Day Edition (Fantagraphics, series) #1 (May ) Indexer Notes McSnoyd the leprechaun may be present, but he's invisible.
New York: Henry Holt, First Edition. Near Fine in cornflower blue cloth covered boards with red titles and an about Near Fine black dust jacket.
Jacket has a handful of short closed tears at the top edge, with tape repair shadow to the verso, and light wear at the spine ends and corners. A lovely copy in an especially bright jacket.
Book #When six-year-old Barnaby Baxter wishes upon a star for a fairy godmother who can make his dreams come true, he is answered by O'Malley, a cigar-smoking, jovial, pink-winged fairy godfather. The would-be series was to depict O'Malley's misadventures as the fairy godfather to a young boy.Cartoonists in Review; BARNABY AND MR.
O'MALLEY. By Crockett Johnson. pp. New York: Holt. $2. PLEASE DON'T STREAMLINE MOTHER WHILE I'M GONE.