Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Illustrated by Edward A. Wilson, published by Landmark (Random House), NY, Landmark book #22, 1952, probably a first edition because there are no other printings mentioned and it is in a priced dust jacket. This 181 page hardback book is bound in decorated blue cloth and is in good sound condition with decorated endpapers with a fair shelfworn and torn dust jacket that still has original publisher's price on the flap. No previous owner's name. cbxx.
Illustrated by Edward A. Wilson. Good with no dust jacket. Text is clean. Cover shows normal wear, bump at ends of spine. Cover cloth lightly soiled, spine cloth shows dampstaining. Snag to cloth on back cover.; [Logasa, McKinley Bibliographies Vol 2; Historical Non-Fiction (7th ed), pg. 137 (United States-Revolution and Establishment of the Nation 1763-1789] [Bloom, Who Should We Then Read? , pg. 296-311] [Berquist, Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum, pg. 75 (4th grade) ] [Ward & Marquardt, Authors of Books for Young People, 2nd ed, pg. 266]; Landmark Books; Vol. 22; B&W Illustrations; 181 pages.
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