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Titolo: Little Wu and the Watermelons (HUA MIAO ...
Casa editrice: Follett Publishing Co., Chicago, Illinois
Data di pubblicazione: 1954
Illustratore: Graham Peck
Condizione libro: Good
Condizione sovraccoperta: No Dust Jacket
Edizione: Sixth Printing.
Tipologia articolo: Childrens Book
96 pgs. color and b/w illustrations. Charles W. Follett Award winner. x Library with discard stamps and Tomales Elementary School Library stamps scattered throughout the book. Not soiled. Cover page has been mended where the envelope was glued in. Written by a woman from Minn. who taught in China for awhile. About the Hua Miao tribe during 1942. The watermelons were new to the area. Pictorial cover in tones of green with a boy is a heavy coated cloth . Corners are rubbed, but not shredded. Tight with no writing or wrinkling in the story. Size: 9 1/2" Tall. Codice inventario libreria 001408
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 10 febbraio 2003
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