Millions have thrilled to the adventures of Maria in The Sound of Music. This powerful testimony tells the rest of the story of its heroine, the singing nun who became the famed Baroness Maria von Trapp.Millions have thrilled to the adventures of Maria in The Sound of Music. This powerful testimony tells the rest of the story of its heroine, the singing nun who became the famed Baroness Maria von Trapp.Read Less
Very good in fair dust jacket. Cover soiled, stained, chipped; Book VG. First edition. 174 pages; Audience: General/trade. Dark blue cloth covered boards, gold titles on spine only; White DJ w/blue, red titles, pub. logo on back center. Christian memoir by author of her true family story that became The Sound of Music, set in Austria during World War II. The von Trapp family emigrated to Vermont where their story continued.
Good in Good jacket. The usual library markings. The binding is tight and the text is clean. The spine and corners show light edge wear. The dust jacket shows some edge wear and is covered in clear plastic for protection. The back free end paper has been removed. Maria von Trapp tells how she and her husband told their children about the life of Jesus and how His story entered into their lives and imaginations. She relates how she taught the children to see these events in terms of their own lives. She gives the reader a warm and intimate look into the spiritual life of her famous "Sound of Music" family. 174 pages.
Very Good-in Good+ dust jacket. Signed on the front free endpaper. The interior and exterior are clean and the binding is tight. Very mild warping to the boards. The dustjacket has light wear and tear to the extremities and mild to moderate rubbing.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 174 pages; Christianity; acf; white/pink, blue; philcat; Signed by Author.
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