Wiese, Kurt. Fair Condition. No Dust Jacket. 140 pages. Ex-library with typical marks, rebound in illustrated boards; some wear; pages yellowed; good solid reading copy. "12 year old Patrick Joseph Barrington III was a redhead, and naturally everybody called him Red. He had a happy freckled face and made friends quickly and easily. But now in Costa Rica, where he would spend two years while his father acted as the American consultant ona coffee plantation, he was suddenly very lonely for a companion of his own age." Illustrator: Wiese, Kurt. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Juvenile; Inventory No: 106682.
1st edition. 140pp, (5.75 x 8.5 inches), illustrated by Kurt Wiese. NF/Good. Hard cover in dust jacket, Green cloth, just a trace of shelf wear to edges. Pocket has been removed from inside back cover, no other indication of library ownership, no markings. DJ is soiled and worn, has edgewear with chips and tears (longest is 3/4 inch). Now in DJ protector.
Kurt Wiese. Very good in good dust jacket. Text is clean, tight and unblemished. DJ has light wear along edges & minor chipping. Cover is bright & clean. 140 p. Includes illustrations. First Edition, Green hard cover with yellow illustration of bird. Dustjacket in mylar. The story of a 12 year old boy who goes to Costa Rica for two years with his father and has trouble making friends until the bridge is gapped through a love of birds.
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