Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-7¾"-9¾ Unmarked Light Shelfwear First edition stated. Boards clean and solid with light shelf wear only. Spine with very slight lean, else solid. Binding tight. Previous owner's book plate on front end paper, else unmarked and clean. DJ not clipped ($8.95) bright and whole. DJ with 1" closed tear at top edge of front panel; spine with very light rubbing at head and heel. A solid copy.
Fine in Fine jacket. 303 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in Fine condition throughout. Anne Was Probably One Of The Most Famous And Remarkable Women Ever To Work In The Field Of Children's Librarianship-her Philosophy, And Her Influence As A Reviewer And Critic.
304 pages, 4 plates, cloth, dust jacket, ex-library with usual library markings otherwise very good. Biography of eminent children's librarian Anne Moore (1871-1961), New York Public Library (1895 to 1941). 'Anne Carroll Moore, librarian, editor, author and critic, was a pioneer in the field of children's literature. She was also the first Superintendent of Children's Work at the New York Public Library. With her associates, she created the institution of children's librarianship as it exists today. Moore also had an influence on the publishing of children's literature through her role as a critic of children's books. ' (Ann Rox, University of Tennessee, Knoxville).
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