Very good in very good dust jacket. Exterior of book is very good., Interior of book is very good with B&W illustrations., First Edition., Dust Jacket is very good with a few small edge tears., NOT XLIBRARY.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Size: 6 1/4 X 8 3/4; FIRST EDITION copyright 1979, Harper & Row, hardcover. HarperCrest Library-bound edition. Not an ex-library copy. Used. 54 pages. VERY GOOD CONDITION/VERY GOOD DUST JACKET. FAMILY DYNAMICS. MENTAL ILLNESS. "Inge and Erika are sure that Aunt Isabell will get well if they can make her happy. The Only trouble is that what makes Aunt Isabell happy, like escaping from her well-guarded room to hide in peculiar places or going to the railroad station to watch the passing trains, doesn't make their mother or grandmother happy. And though Aunt Isabell dreams of taking the twin girls to Paris, she doesn't seem to be getting better very quickly. This affectingly honest child's view of mental illness beautifully captures the dilemma there can be between loving and pleasing. The author's own pen-and-ink drawings enrich a tender story." RARE/VERY SCARCE/HARD TO FIND.
Very good + in very good jacket. 8vo, Illustrated cloth in matching dust jacket. Very good plus in a very good DJ. Mild edgewear, tiny tear, and sticker to jacket. Price clipped. Interior bright and clean throughout. Binding tight. A library-bound copy (as issued). 54pp. Illustrated throughout by the author. A story dealing with themes of mental illness.
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