fine. This is a 1962 book in near perfect condition a child has taken a blue crayon on blue backround and marked it lightly rest of book in new condition. this 1962 hardcover book is in remarkable condition
Good. No DJ As Issued. Size: 8 X 11; FIRST EDITION, Early Printing Thus Copyright 1962, Random House. USED. THIS IS AN EXLIB. STURDY LIBRARY BINDING. States FLB #3568 on the lower right side of the back cover. Does not state First Edition. Does not include titles list or mention any subsequent printings. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number #62-17157. Yellow and red titling and illustration on front cover, matte finish blue cloth. No exterior stamping. GOOD CONDITION/ NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED. Classic Early Dr. Seuss. Will ship from United States.
Dr. Seuss. Very Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Corners and spine are bumped. This is a book to be read in bed. On back of book it states that up to now Dr. Seuss has written and illustrated 41 sorld-famous books for children...and their lucky parents. I predict that Dr. seuss will emerge as one of the great classics of this area. In 2059, children will still hoot with joy when they come across Seuss books. What exactly is it that makes this stuff immortal? I don/t know. There is something about it-a swing to the language, a deep understanding of the playful mind of a child, an undefinable something the makes Dr. Seuss a genius pure and simple. Rudolf Flesch.
Random House Books for Young Readers, London
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