Very Good. Hardcover book bound in glossy pictorial boards in very good condition. In a better than good dust jacket with the price of $1.95 but the bottom corner clipped. There is a long closed tear on the front panel and edge wear and chipping at the head of the spine. First published in 1944, this edition has new illustrations by Caldecott award winner Marc Simont. 30 pp.
Simont, Marc. Very Good in Good+ jacket. First Printing of this re-issue with the Marc Simont illustrations. Glossy pictorial boards. Gift note on front end paper, else a Fresh, unmarked copy. Price-clipped jacket is chipped on spine with light soil on the rear panel. This was the author's first picture book.
Simont, Marc. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Pictorial boards, no d.j. This is a ex-library book with the usual markings and front flylear About a man who couldn't fine anything and his wife.
Simont, Marc. Fine in Very Good jacket. Signed by Author First Printing of this re-issue with the Marc Simont illustrations--Signed by Ruth Krauss on front end paper. Beautiful and durable pictorial cloth--the Harper Crest library binding, but Not a former library copy. Fine in lightly worn, crisp, clean jacket with $2.39 lower flap price. How the good man cured his good wife of a bad habit will surprise and delight most audiences. (Originally published in 1944 by Harper & Brothers with illustrations by Ad Reinhardt.
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