Fitzhugh, Louise. Very Good in Good- jacket. 4to. 96 pages with b&w illustrations. Ex-library, DJ is price clipped. There is a name penned in the front otherwise pages are clean with no creases. Spine is canted but binding is tight. Hardcover has small corner bumps & light soiling to the top-edge. DJ has edge tears, scratches & some soiling. [#59754]
Louise Fitzhugh. About Fine. Very Good Dj. 4to A marvelous parody of "Eloise" by 2 AWARD WINNERS, the first book for 5X-Award Winner Fitzhugh who is best known for "Harriet the Spy", is about a little Beatnik girl who lives in a Greenwich Village "pad" with her parents. End papers has slight toning; dust jacket has light soil and a tape-mended tear on the visible side of the rear panel. Very collectible book despite the dj flaws. OUT OF PRINT.
Fitzhugh, Louise. Very Good in Fair jacket. Children's A clean, unmarked book with a tight binding. 96 pages. Previous owner's inscription. Tears and edge wear to soiled dust jacket. Cover shows bumps at top and bottom of spine and corners. A parody of Eloise: "like there's this underage chick..../ suzuki beane..../ a beat baby if ever there was one /she shares a pad with / her poet father and sculptress mother." Illustrated by Louise Fitzhugh, author of Harriet the Spy. Beatnik glossary at rear of book.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 1961, First Edition. Hardcover, glossy boards. Near Fine in a Very Good dust jacket. There is a single, small, soft dent to the rear board; otherwise a sharp, clean copy. The DJ is price-clipped; light rubbing and soiling; minor wear and creasing to the spine ends. Classic children's book set in Greenwich Village, complete with beatnik glossary. DJ now in mylar.
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