1965. LIBRARY BINDING. A good ex-library hardcover with typical library markings, some marked through. Lightly tanned pages have an occasional smudge or mark. Moderate cover wear with smudges on covers. No dust jacket. Booksavers receives donated books and recycles them in a variety of ways. Proceeds benefit the work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in the U.S. and around the world.
Fair. B000GSLQBS This clean, solid, straight hardcover book has firm hinges, attractive, humorous drawings, and a dust jacket covered with mylar. Corners and spine ends are bumped, and there are smudges on the first three pages of the book, but the smudges don't affect the text or pictures. The dust jacket edgeworn, and is torn about 4" along the bottom front. Contains library stamps and pocket.
Shortall, Leonard. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Ex-Library. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Red pictorial boards, spien and corners are bumped, d.j. has chipping on bottom edge. This is a ex-library book with the ususal markings, front flyleaf is missing. How Pecos Bill gets his horse and becomes the first cowboy is one of the wildest yarns that ever grew out ot American folklore.
Shortall, Leonard. Very Good. No Jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Pictorial boards, no d.j. This is a ex-library book with the usual markings and missing front fly leaf. About the first cowboy.
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