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Description:Angelo, Valenti. Fine. NEAR FINE DJ. 6 x 9. 1st ed, 5th prt ...Angelo, Valenti. Fine. NEAR FINE DJ. 6 x 9. 1st ed, 5th prt (April 1964). 1939 NEWBERY HONOR. A lovely early prt of this tale about young Nino who lives with his mother & grandfather in a small Itlian village. A memorable picture of turn-of-the-century Italy. Wonderful illus throughout. 244pp. Viking library binding (not x-lib). Tan cloth cover with charming mother & child carrying cornstalks. DJ has 3.77 price. Autobiographical.
Description:Hardback. No dustjacket. First Printing. Slight spine darkening...Hardback. No dustjacket. First Printing. Slight spine darkening and a small neat owners name on the front free endpaper, otherwise a Tight sound unmarked copy in very good condition. Signed by the author and illustrator "VALENTI ANGELO" on the front free endpaper. NOT AN EX-LIBRARY COPY! ! ! !
Description:Very Good-in Good dust jacket. Very minor wear on the clean,...Very Good-in Good dust jacket. Very minor wear on the clean, sound binding. Minor fore edge foxing. Author's signed inscription on ffep. Very minor age-staining of endpapers. Contents are almost like new. Price-cut DJ is not much to look at, but it provides plenty of protection and information. (S-8-A).; 9-1/8" Tall, 244pp. Tan cloth, brown spine lettering, brown illustration on front cover. Decorated endpapers. JUVENILE. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY AUTHOR on ffep (For Tina and Jimmy Havens with best wishes Valenti Angelo). Numerous illustrations by the author, printed in green. The story follows the events in the life of Nino, a small boy in Tuscany, Italy, "who, with his mother, lived in the house of his grandfather because his father had gone to America. It goes upward through later years, his early schooling, the discovery of his talent for modeling by Jacobo, the wood-carver, and finally the letetr that came from his father with enough money for passage to America. " (S-8-A).
Description:Viking Press: NY 1938. Illus by author, 9 x 6", cloth, 244pp,...Viking Press: NY 1938. Illus by author, 9 x 6", cloth, 244pp, covers a bit stained & soiled. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
Description:First edition. Very good with a darkened spine, some soiling on...First edition. Very good with a darkened spine, some soiling on the boards, corners bumped, lacking the dustwrapper. Signed by the author.
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