Good. 1 Copy Available; Good+ hardback in blue cloth with paste-on illustration; 8 x 9.5"; Internals are very clean, wear to spine ends, edges and corners, Ex-library with usual markings. Illustrated with b/w drawings. 1st edition(? ).
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Bannon, Laura. Near Very Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Green cloth binding with pictorial pastedown is very clean ex-library. Front pocket removed ffep, name on ffep, and discard on ffep. Only marks. Interior clean, no tears, bright. DJ has spine sticker, tape marks, clsoed tears, general wear and tear.
Ex-library, in sturdy library binding, no dj, missing front endpaper, but relatively few markings and overall good condition. HC-Story of a Seminole girl who lived in a camp-called a 'chickee'-in the Florida Everglades. Illustrated in both full color and black and white by the author.
Very Good. First Printing. Corners very lightly rubbed, else a flawless copy. No jacket. Children's Spring Book Festival Honor Book. A little Seminole Indian girl waits until the moon is new to find that the mysterious surprise is not a new sewing machine but a new baby brother.
When the moon is new; a Seminole Indian story
by Laura Bannon
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