THE INCUBATOR BABY. Illustrated by May Wilson Preston
Edition: First Canadian issue
Toronto: Musson, 1906. Octavo, mauve pictorial cloth stamped in black, white and light blue. pp , (vi), 111,  + frontispiece with tissue guard and 3 other plates. Jan.,1909, ink inscription at front; small light damp stain in upper spine and a light area to inner margin of rear cover; yellowing to page edges; else a bright and tight near fine copy. Made from sheets of the NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1906, first edition. A humourous book by the author of that humour bestseller PIGS IS PIGS. This tale involves the then fairly new incubator for human infants. The first such device was used by Dr. Tarnier in Paris in 1880.