Titolo: Seven Stories as Adapted By Charlotte Krum ...
Casa editrice: Avery Coonley School, Downers Grove, Ill.
Data di pubblicazione: 1938
Legatura: Soft Cover Stapled
Condizione libro: Good
Tipologia articolo: Childrens Book
An edition of 500 privately printed. 60 pages. Printed by The Burleigh Press for The Avery Coonlye School. Adaptations of Thumbelisa, Shoemaker and Elves, Hansel & Gretel. Happy Boy by Bjornson, Ash Peter , Bee-Man of Orn by Stockton, Memoirs of Mistral by C.E.Maud. The covers are soiled blue heavy cardstock. 3/4" circle School emblem embossed in orange on the front. A torn off place at the top of the cover at the spine head. One staple is torn from the cover spine. Cover page is soiled and on the back a child has written (pencil) in big letters "This book Belongs to Jane Lapiner." The stories are well written. The story pages are very nice jacquard heavy paper with rough fore edges and clean. Size: 8" Tall. Codice inventario libreria 001634
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 10 febbraio 2003
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