Because of the road sweeper's belief in him, a dragon saves the city of Wu from the Wild Horsemen of the north.Because of the road sweeper's belief in him, a dragon saves the city of Wu from the Wild Horsemen of the north.Read Less
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Mayer, Mercer. Very Good. 8 1/2" x 11" Very nice interior---clean, no marks or tears; small blank white label inside front cover (off-white background). Last page has 2" mystic tape at lower spine to secure; o/w pages are secure. Cover in nice condition. Because of the roadsweeper's belief in him, a dragon saves the city of Wu from the wild horsemen from the north. Critics' comments about this book: Selected as one of the Nine Best Illustrated Books of the Year, 1976 (New York Times Book Review). Perhaps the children's book of the current season. (Publishers Weekly). Illustrations in this Oriental Tale Are exquisite; beautiful enough to frame. (Instructor). A dramatic yet subtly mocking story heightened by ambitiously executed full-page illustrations, rich in detail and coloring of Oriental Tapestries. (ALA Booklist). Irmma Simington Black Award, 1976.
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