Good in GOOD jacket. 1957. 254 pages. Pictorial dust-jacket over red cloth boards. Good bright pages. Light tanning to the endpapers. Many images throughout. Minor edge wear with corner bumping and scuffing. Good boards with minimal wear. Unclipped dust-jacket. Small tears to the edges and corners. Spine sunned. Rubbing to the jacket.
Seredy, Kate. Very Good in Good jacket. The Chestry Oak written and illustrated by Kate Seredy copyright 1948, published by Viking-Junior Literary Guild Book Club edition. Hardback 236 page book has 16 full page lovely black & white illustrations at beginning of book, is quite clean and in very good condition. Dust jacket has a few edge tears and is missing paper here & there-overall basically good and in a Brodart protector. NOT AN EX-LIB!
Good in None jacket. Hardbound EX_LIBRARY in good condition with typical library markings. NO dust jacket. Sturdy rebound cover with light edge wear. Occasional finger smudges in page margins. Tight binding. "As he watches his homeland of Hungary being taken over and run by invaders from Nazi Germany, young Prince Michael of Chestry strives to retain his identity and integrity during one of the most dangerous seasons in human history." I ship within 24 hours with free delivery confirmation. E-mail notification of shipment. Always happy to offer scans of any book upon request.
Good; Collectible. 1948 First Edition hardcover in dust jacket. No marks or writing in book. Jacket's front flap is price-clipped. Top edge of jacket is worn at head of spine, but author title and publisher imprints all visible. Light soil and rubbing to rear panel of jacket. End papers tanning at gutter from binder's glue. Top edge has a couple of spots from water drops-see our second photo.
Very Good-in Fair dust jacket. Large tears and small chips along front flap fold of dustjacket. Small chips to ends of dustjacket spine. Dustjacket spine rubbed and faded. Dustjacket protected in archival mylar cover.; Second printing. 254,  pages. Red papered boards with white illustration on front board. Page dimensions: 197 x 131mm. Children's novel.
Good Condition in Good jacket. Some rubbing to the covers edges; pages lightly yellowed; good sound binding. The jacket is creased, some chips and tears, discolored along the edges; price of $2.50 intact on the front flap. The dust jacket was formerly wrapped and there are tape stains inside the covers and on the endpapers Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Juvenile; Inventory No: 133670.
Author. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Unmarked Clean and Solid 16 pages of illustrations at front. Nice copy in clean and bright dust jacket showing a little wear on edges, not price clipped and now in protective mylar jacket. Name of 'Anne' on front endpaper dated Christmas--1959.
A young prince in Hungary during World War II. He is taught about his heritage and about how he should conduct himself from the time he was a small child. His castle is taken over by the Nazis and then is destroyed. He escapes with his horse. He eventually comes to America and is reunited with his horse. A very touching story with great fathers who love and teach him. It has been several years since I read the book, but it is still one of my favorites.
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