Puppy Tails
published John Swain & Son Ltd, London
c. 1923


A Lucky Dip
published John Swain & Son Ltd, London
c. 1923


A Box of Tricks
published John Swain & Son Ltd, London
c. 1923

Puppy Tails
The reprinted version
published John Swain & Son Ltd, London
c. 1927

A Box Of Tricks
The reprinted version
published John Swain & Son Ltd, London
c. 1927

French editions of the same books were published by Librairie Hachette, 1924

Nos Bebes Cheins

De Bonnes Histoires

Quelques Bons Tours
All of these editions used the same colour plates as had appeared in The Sketch magazine, but the individual tales attached to them were by George Jellicoe.
In the French editions, the stories were rewritten by Yvonne Ostroga instead of simply being translated.
German editions were also published by Artur Wolf Verlag, Vienna  c. 1924, and again the stories were rewritten by Graf Lowenstein.



by G.E.Studdy & George Jellicoe
published by Thos. Allen, Toronto  c.1923-1927

by G.E.Studdy & George Jellicoe
published by Thos. Allen, Toronto  c.1923-1927

by G.E.Studdy & George Jellicoe
published by Thos. Allen, Toronto  c.1923-1927

by G.E.Studdy & George Jellicoe
published by John Swain & Son Ltd, London  c.1923-1927

by G.E.Studdy & George Jellicoe
published by John Swain & Son Ltd, London  c.1923-1927
Five from a set of six, these were complete short stories about Bonzo's adventures.  They had 16 pages with a mix of colour and line pictures, and again most of the illustrations were reused from The Sketch.
They were published by Thos. Allen, Toronto, John Swain & Son Ltd, London, & E.P. Dutton & Co., New York, however all editions were printed and made in Great Britain.


A German version from the same series
published by Artur Wolf Verlag, Vienna  c. 1930
The German editions were not just translated, the stories were rewritten by Helga Kundt.

A Dutch version from the series.
                                                                                                                                              

A second series of similar little books was published by Dunlop Press, date unknown but probably c.1925.  Issued as a boxed set of six titled The "Bonzo" Box Of Books, all were by G.E. Studdy & George Jellicoe.
They again had 16 pages, but the illustrations in these were also published as postcards by Valentine & Sons Ltd.














by G.E.Studdy
published by Partridge, London in 1925

by G.E.Studdy
published by Partridge, London in 1927

by G.E.Studdy
published by Partridge, London in 1930

by G.E.Studdy
published by Partridge, London in 1931
These were the first substantial Bonzo books.  They had 90-odd pages of short stories and rhymes - all fully illustrated in black & white, together with black & white and 'two tone' strip cartoons, and many full colour quality plates.  These were definitely a treasured gift-book for any child!