Josefina is very happy when she is unable to find the owner of a baby burro, but she is very sad that she has not sold her basket of fruit and will be unable to buy grandfather his birthday gift.Josefina is very happy when she is unable to find the owner of a baby burro, but she is very sad that she has not sold her basket of fruit and will be unable to buy grandfather his birthday gift.Read Less
The Author. Very Good. No Jacket. Hard Back. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall. X-Library with normal flaws....Rebound library.....The hard cover has light shelf wear................We are very careful when we list our books, but sometimes something minor may get by.
Good Condition in Fair jacket. Ex-library with typical marks, light wear; pages discolored but a solid book. The jacket has some discoloring and creasing; clipped flap; glued inside the covers. Haiti. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Children's; Inventory No: 126530.
Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Lower front cover and spine ends rubbed to board. First edition.  p. 26 cm. 4-color (brown, orange, lavender, black) woodcut style Illustrations. Audience: Children/juvenile. Children's illustrated fiction set in Haiti where Josefina and her grandfather, Mr. February, live in a 1-room house that had bamboo walls and a banana-leaf roof. Josefina often sits in a branch of the enormous Silk-cotton tree in front. It was her own private "sitting room". From there, she could watch the sea a mile away, and the market place halfway between. Behind her house was a grove of fruit trees, bushes, vegetables, and flowers. One day at market, a small burro befriended Josefina, and this is their story.
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