Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co. Date of Publication: 1971 Binding: hardcover Edition: Condition: Very Good Description: Signed and inscribed by Miriam Levy on the front free page. No other markings in book. Binding is tight. Bump to bottom spine edge. Couple of droplet marks on front free page below author signature. Rubbing to edges. From the About This book section: This colorful picture book reflects the concerns and values of its creators. Each from her own experience has contributed to it.
Hipshman, Helen D. [illustrator] Good. No Dust Jacket. 1971 Good, hard cover, no dust jacket, corners bumped and frayed, scribbles on front and back endpapers and fly-leaves, occasional crayon and pencil marks on inner pages. Binding strong. Illustrations, some color, some b&w. Children's.
Fine. (Signed) Hardcover in illustrated boards. No dust jacket. SIGNED, dated, and boldly inscribed on front free endpage by Miriam Levy to a noted psychologist and author. Book is crisp and clean, binding is tight. Illustrations are in color and black-and-white. Small 4to. Unpaginated.
Helen D. Hipshman. Near Fine. No Jacket, as Issued. Ex-Library Colorful picture book of an African-American boy living in San Francisco. With one discreet school stamp, one new endpaper, else fine. Crisp and clean.
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