Excerpt: ...quickly disappeared down his throat. Mr. Blackbird choked; and not over anything he was eating, either. He choked because he was angry. "It's no use," he said gloomily to Mrs. Robin, as soon as he could speak. "It's no use trying to get Grandfather Mole to stop eating angleworms. In my opinion, he's too old to turn over a new leafExcerpt: ...quickly disappeared down his throat. Mr. Blackbird choked; and not over anything he was eating, either. He choked because he was angry. "It's no use," he said gloomily to Mrs. Robin, as soon as he could speak. "It's no use trying to get Grandfather Mole to stop eating angleworms. In my opinion, he's too old to turn over a new leafRead Less
Very Good with no dust jacket. Green cloth pictorial cover with sticker remnants from library; Ink name on the front endsheet. pages clean and tight. Cover shows wear to spine edges and chip off top of spine.; Ex-Library; 8vo-over 7.
Very Good. 7 1/4 inches, 120 pages, six color plates by Harry L. Smith, green cloth over boards with red title and illustration in red and black on front board, black spine title. Lower corners lightly bumped, spine ends softened, two leaves have 3-inch darkened strip where newsprint was used as bookmark, gutter split at pg. 24 and webbing visible, otherwise contents near fine. A title in the Sleepy-Time Tales series. Brick and mortar bookshop since 1975!
Harry L. Smith. V Ery Good Plus. No Jacket. A very interesting "Wind in The Willowish" book of animal tales, wonderful illustrations, not bumped or scuffed, but two small dark spots on cover and PO's name inside, very soundly bound Green boards, orange printing.
Harry L. Smith. Good. No Jacket. This antique hardcover book is bound in tan cloth boards with gray spine lettering and a red color illustration from the book. Cover is soiled, edgeworn; inner pages browned, but most are clean. Harry L. Smith's unusual illustrations appear throughout in color plates to illustrated this "Wind in the Willows"-esque story about life among the animals. 120 pages; approx. 5"x7".
Very Good with no dust jacket. 1920. First edition. Hardbound. Book very good, no jacket. PO marks on ffe, 120pp, no index. Cover front edges stained, pages clean and tight, front and back endpapers have illustrations of the stories, illustrated frontis. Stories of Grandfather Mole-who means well, but is not universally liked by his neighbors! ; 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
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