Fair. Book is in acceptable condition and may contain moderate to heavy writing and highlighting. Cover/dust cover shows moderate to heavy wear; may have bumps, scratches, and creases. Corners/edges may be kinked or torn and fore edge may have marks. Purchase with confidence, fast shipping.
Illustrated by Carle Michel Boog and M. S. Wright. Good+ with no dust jacket. Text is clean. Ex-library copy. Call tag on spine. Checkout envelope on rear inside cover. Cover shows normal wear. Spine bumped. Cloth lightly soiled, outer text edge lightly soiled.; (Bloom, Who Should We Then Read? , pp. 135-137); Ex-Library; B&W Illustrations; 451 pages.
Good. No dust jacket. clean, tight binding, only flaw is a small cut on the bottom of the back cover. Otherwise could be considered fine shape. 451 p. illus. 22 cm. Includes Illustrations. Revised by Edward G. Huey, with many maps and illus. by Mary Sherwood Wright Jones.
Good. Fifth printing, 1929. Clean text. Front hinge is beginning to split but still connected with cheese cloth, could be fixed easily. Some general use and wear is evident on cover boards, not very extensive. Slightly bumped/chipped corners.
Mary Sherwood Wright Jones. Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Revised Edition. Book has gift inscription, otherwise is immaculate under a just about perfect jacket depicting various country scenes around the world. An excellent copy of this collectible nostalgic juvenile geography book.
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.
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