An eight-year-old Maine girl determines in June to sell enough berries that summer so that she and her shiftless family can give a proper celebration for her birthday Christmas.An eight-year-old Maine girl determines in June to sell enough berries that summer so that she and her shiftless family can give a proper celebration for her birthday Christmas.Read Less
Sendak, Maurice. Fair Condition. No Dust Jacket. Ex-library with typical marks, some wear and discoloring to the boards; lightly discolored pages; one page tape repaired; a solid reading copy. Illustrator: Sendak, Maurice. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Juvenile; Inventory No: 130473.
Sendak, Maurice. Good in Good jacket. Ex School Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Mylar cover scuffed. Cover bumped with rubbed edges. Several library stamp most marked out with black marker. Front end page torn out.
Good. Publisher: Harper & Brothers Date of Publication: 1952 Binding: Hard Cover Library Rebind Condition: Good/No Jacket Description: Good. Missing DJ Good Ex Library. No JacketEx-Library. 8vo-over 7.
Maurice Sendak. Near Fine in Good jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. First printing. Illustrated in b&w by Sendak. Near Fine, in preprinted cover, and in good jacket. Jacket has several small edge tears and a little wrinkling on front cover, small patch (1/2" x 3/4") of glue residue on spine just over publisher's name where publisher's "harper crest" sticker was, $3.57 price is present on front flap.
Good in Good jacket. Size: 8vo; Ex-library copy with dustjacket. Hardcovers in nice condition. Usual markings to endpapers etc., else interior clean, binding tight. Dustjacket has no spine sticker but DJ flaps are glued to endpapers.
Sendak, Maurice. Very Good + Very Good DJ. 5 x 7 1/2. This is a Dec. 1961 prt (Harper code M-K). Tale of "almost nine" Maggie Rose who was born on the night before Christmas & named for a real live Princess. She wishes that just for once there would be enough money for her family to have a wonderful Birthday celebration. This story tells how the little girl's dream comes true/ Lovely b/w line drawings by Sendak. A poignant Christmas tale by award-winning RUTH SAWYER. Trade ed, not x-lib.
Sendak, Maurice. /No Jacket. Ex-Library An Ex-Library copy, with commonly found imperfections. An eight-year-old Maine girl determines in June to sell enough berries that summer so that she and her shiftless family can give a proper celebration for her birthday Christmas. Boards are orange with the front illustrated in a B&W drawing of a little girl stooping to pick berries & in the background a lighthouse. 151 pages. A tight copy.
Sendak. Very good(+) in very good(+) jacket. Illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Small 8vo, cloth, d.w. (price-clipped). New York: Harper & Brothers, (1952). Early printing (Oct. 1955), with code initials K-C of this early Sendak title. The dust wrapper conforms to the the first edition description in Hanrahan,
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