In 1750 in Pennsylvania, mischievous young Eli, recently arrived with his Menonite family, tries to adjust to his new life and especially to the teaching methods of his schoolteacher, Christopher Dock.In 1750 in Pennsylvania, mischievous young Eli, recently arrived with his Menonite family, tries to adjust to his new life and especially to the teaching methods of his schoolteacher, Christopher Dock.Read Less
Fair. B0006AOOFG (2-10 LH) Dust jacket may NOT be included, or dust jacket may be included, but has some wear and tear. Additional items ship at a discounted rate (not free). Please ask for details. Please Note: Pictures may be catalog/stock photos and NOT an actual picture of the actual item being sold. If you are looking for a particular cover art or edition, please ask BEFORE buying. Typical transit time for standard media mail is 7-10 business days.
Fair with no dust jacket. Ex-library, with usual marks and defects. Heavy wear along edges and corners, corners bumped, spine ends missing and frayed, boards rubbed and soiled. Foxing and light soiling to page edges. Interior shows reading wear, frequent smudges.; Ex-Library; Unpaginated pages; Studio, red/black, childcat tf.
Good. Tan design spined DJ with black lettering. DJ not taped to HB. DJ has tears at top and bottom edges. copyright date is 1939. unp. neat and tight. For quick service, please consider Expedited shipping since standard delivery may range from 4-18 business days. Thank you.
Very good in good dust jacket. Book is clean and tight. Cover has some soil and several tears.  p. illus. (part col. ) 8.5 x 8.5 in. Includes Illustrations. Audience: Children/juvenile. Title-page illustrated in colors; map on lining-papgers. "Junior books. " "First edition. "
92pp. Oblong octavo [20.5 cm] Blue paper spine with illustrated paper covered boards. Charming Illustrated map endpapers showing the structures and trees of German Town and Shippack. Very good. The spine ends and edges of the covers are gently bumped and rubbed. The underlying boards are peeking through at the bottom fore edge corners of the covers. Very slight spine lean. The dust jacket is in good condition, with mild age-toning. The edges have a handful of small losses and closed tears. The longest closed tear is 2" long. Illustrated by Marguerite De Angeli. From the dust jacket-"Around the real character of Christopher Dock, who has come down from the 1700's in the history of Skippack and Germantown as a beloved schoolmaster, Mrs. de Angeli has created a story which has all the charm and reality of her "Henner's Lydia."
Very Good+ with no dust jacket; Hardcover; Square 8vo 8" to 9" tall; Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.; First Edition; 1939; Unpaginated; bound in brown cloth with black-stamped lettering & design; yellow illustrated endpapers. First edition stated. Very Good to Near Fine book. Bright clean cover, firm binding; light wear at ends of spine. Interior bright, clean; all pages intact (no tears). Previous owner's name written inconspicuously on front endpaper. NOT ex-library.; Packaged with care.
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