When their father is captured during the war, three children come to London to live with their grandmother, and join all the cousins of their talented theatrical family in a school for stage training.When their father is captured during the war, three children come to London to live with their grandmother, and join all the cousins of their talented theatrical family in a school for stage training.Read Less
Richard Floethe. Octavo, hardcover, VG ex school library copoy in orange brown pictorial boards. Light corner bumping, pocket removed from inside cover. No dj. 282 pages. Sorrel and Mark and Holly Forbes come to London to live with their grandmother and are enrolled in Madame Fidolia's Academy of Dancing and Stage Training. Untrained, but from a theatrical family, they feel under pressure to do well.
Richard Floethe. Fair. No Jacket. Ex-Library Stated first printing. Dark red cloth with silver writing. Library discard with cardholder, sticker taped on spine, scanning sticker, small library markings. Summary (from dust jacket? ) glued inside. Worn corners. Tanned and worn pages. Top and bottom of spine worn/fraying and text block feels loose from the cover and is somewhat cocked. Bottom edges frayed. Scratches on cover.
Streatfeild, Noel. THEATER SHOES OR OTHER PEOPLE'S SHOES. NY: Random House, c1945. First Printing. 282pp. illus. Richard Floethe. 8vo. Previous owner's signature on first e. page, fine bright hardcover in VG+, chipped d/j.
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