Very Good copy in Very Good dust jacket. Wear and small closed and open tears around the edges, spine and corners of wraps; light wear around edges of boards; light soiling and sunning to wraps; 1" brown liquid stain spilled on lower dust jacket,... Quarto in white and red boards; illus.; 96 p., 27 cm. Abstract: "Suzuki, a beat baby if ever there was one, and Henry, a real square, realize that people are people and decide to run away and beat both systems."
VG-(DJ has slight aging, sunning, and edge wear; otherwise book is nice and clean. ) White & varied pinks boards, matching dust jacket, 96 pp., BW illus. Suzuki ("a beat baby") and Henry ("a square"), two children of the 1960s, "realize that people are people and decide to run away and beat both systems." (pub. summary) With a well-told story by Sandra Scoppettone and terrific line drawings by Louise Fitzhugh.
Louise Fitzhugh. About Fine. Very Good Dj. 4to A marvelous parody of "Eloise" by 2 AWARD WINNERS, the first book for 5X-Award Winner Fitzhugh who is best known for "Harriet the Spy", is about a little Beatnik girl who lives in a Greenwich Village "pad" with her psrents. Endpapers has slight toning; dust jacket has light soil and a tape-mended tear on the visible side of the rear panel. Very collectible book despite the dj flaws. OUT OF PRINT.
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