Dell repackaged LITTLE LULU comics as a 25-cent paperback book in 1956. It combined old Lulu cartoons by Marjorie Henderson Buell, "Marge," and reprinted stories by John Stanley, drawn by Irving Tripp. Lulu was popular as a pantomime comic panel in the SATURDAY EVENING POST, but the comic book, which gave her voice, was popular for many years after Buell had effectively ended her association with the character. Buell later sold the copyrights of Little Lulu to the publisher, but this book is copyright in her name.
I've scanned some of the Marge cartoons from the book, as well as some of the Stanley/Tripp material. It's a shame the comic book team wasn't credited, but that was the comic book business of the era, mostly anonymous.
Buell and Stanley both died in 1993; Tripp died in 2009.
THIS IS LITTLE LULU, Dell Publishing, 1956. Copyright © 1956 Marjorie Henderson Buell