Lenski, Lois. Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Gray hardcover pictorial library binding square and tight, bumped corners. Spine sticker. Front pocket partially detached. Usual stamps and marks. DJ flap glued inside back cover. 176 pages, interior has a few smudges and light wear. Story of an Amish girl in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Fair. 1963 Edition. HEAVY COVER WEAR. PAPER-PEEL. An acceptable ex-library hardcover with some usual markings removed. Pages are lightly yellowed, smudged, stained, and have the occasional stray mark. Paper-peel inside back where library card-holder was removed. Cover is smudged, shallowly scratched, and has peeling where library markings were removed. Cover corners and edges are heavily bumped and rubbed. No dust jacket. Booksavers receives donated books and recycles them in a variety of ways. Pr.
Hardback, 1st edition, a solid, ex-school library copy with the usual faults in a Very Good to Very Good Plus, price clipped DJ, publisher's longlife binding sticker and white label to bottom of DJ spine. Overall, this is a solid, externally still attractive looking in the mylar protected DJ, reading copy with illustrations by the author, 8vo., 176 pages.,
Good with no dust jacket. Ex-Library; 18 oz.; 176 pages; Ex library HC no DJ w/library markings cover faded o/w good clean/tight condition. The story of Shoo-Fly Girl and her family gives a picture as only a Lois Lenski Regional book can, of a special kind of American life lived in a very special way---that of the Amish people.
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