Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Very Good+ 160 pages; 12mo (7") 18 cm; Cover decorated with photos from the film. All edges red.; Signet D1890. 1st Paperback Edition, 1960, complete and unabridged. 'Why do thousands of coeds flock to Fort Lauderdale every spring vacation? Because that's Where the Boys Are'.; Only very light shelfwear. Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. No marks. Binding tight and square. Appears unread.; Signet D Series; Vol. 1890.
Good in Good jacket. Mylared A nice reading copy. Pages are clean and bright. Binding is slightly cracked, but the pages are secure. Book and jacket show some shelfwear. Jacket has been mylared for protection. Matte jacket is lightly soiled with age.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. First printing of this humorous novel about college kids running amuk 1950s style on Spring Break in Fort Lauderdale. Basis for the quite good movie starring Paula Prentice and Jim Hutton and featuring Connie Francis. Near fine (offsetting to pastedowns) in a near fine dustjacket. Not priceclipped and no markings.
Very Good in Sl. Frayed jacket. Signed Association Copy. 239pp. Very good; random underlining of one word scattered throughout. Signed on half title page by Mother Dolores Hart (who was in the movie version): "Pax....Mother Dolores Hart....bless you and all in this book...."Merritt! " "
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