Good Hardcover. 1946 Charles Scribner's Sons. Ex-library with typical indications. Corner rubbing. Front endpage missing. Tiny tears at bottom edge. 2 page have faint smudges. No writing. Tight binding. pp. 0.
Good in Good jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. Glossy orange illustrated boards with black and white lettering. Later printing. Un-paginated. 0Ex-library book with usual associated stampings, labels and card pocket. Moderate wear, bumped and scuffed edges and corners. Dust jacket has label on front and spine. Fading on back, spine and around front edges. Damp stains at top corners. Not price-clipped, tiny tear on top edge of front flap. A nice reading copy, all in Good condition.
Illus. G ex-library. Anthony was bored. His mother was working his brother was playing baseball and his father was away in the Navy. Suddenly he heard a noise. It was a carousel with music playing. Binding faded on edges, library markings, edge wear.
Good in good jacket. Ex-library with usual library stamps and card pocket. Dust jacket is in protective cover and is price clipped. Publisher's code M-2.67(AJ) on copyright page. Dust jacket has a crease and a 1-inch tear on front. Tape shadows on endpapers. Copyright 1946.
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