Very Good in good+ jacket. 1968. First edition. Hardcover, squarish 8vo. in dust jacket. Unpaginated, with colorful abstract illustrations. Very good in good+ dust jacket. Loss to bottom right corner of dust jacket. Wear to top edge of dust jacket. Ownership mark to front endpaper. Contents are clean and unmarked.
A near fine copy in very good dust jacket; jacket has moderate wear and tanning on spine and extremities, else very good. KRAUSS, Ruth. THERE'S A LITTLE AMBIGUITY OVER THERE AMONG THE BLUEBELLS AND OTHER THEATER POEMS by Ruth Krauss. Graphics by Marilyn Harris. Oblong octavo, bright orange cloth,  pages, illustrated (by Marilyn Harris). Alvin Tresselt, born in New Jersey in 1916, was a prolific author of children's books. His book, 'White Snow, Bright Snow, ' illustrated by Roger Duvoisin, was awarded the 1948 Caldecott Medal.
There's a little ambiguity over there among the bluebells, and other theater poems.
by Ruth Krauss
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