Reader copy. Eleventh Edition-D-U 1940-Hardcover. World War II notation on copyright page: This book is compete and unabridged in contents, and is manufactured in strict conformity with Government regulations for saving paper. This book is from the Yale Clinic of Child Development. Authors: Arnold Gesell, Ph.D., M.D., Henry M. Halverson, Ph.D., Helen Thompson, Ph.D., Frances L. Ilg, M.D., Burton M. Castner, Ph.D., Louise Bates Ames, Ph.D. and Catherine S. Amatruda, M.D. The dust jacket is worn, soiled and contains many small tears at corners and spine areas. The boards are worn, especially along lower spine area, lower edges and lower corners. The spine is still tight. The top edge is dust-smudged, the other edges are tanned, but clean. The text, which contains scores of black and white photographs, is slightly tanned but is clean and unmarked. 393 pages. -A classic book in the field. -14th Printing of 1972 First Edition. Authors: James P. Spradley and David W. McCurdy. Publisher: Waveland Press, IL. The outer cover has light shelf wear, slightly curled front bottom corner and a used sticker affixed to bottom spine area. The spine is tight and stiff and, except for a used stamp on the bottom edge, the edges are clean. The text is bright, crisp and unmarked. 246 pages. -We grade conservatively, package securely and ship immediately. Excellent customer service. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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