Very Good in Very Good jacket. Third Printing. Sml 8vo. Illtd by Lynd Ward. XL, with the usual markings, rebound in pictorial buckram cloth, else VG/VG in clear dust jacket cvr with the flaps glued to the inside cvrs.
Ward, Lynd. Very Good/Very Good. 188 pp. Illustrations Red Cross donation sticker on front facing page Previous owner'sbookplate removed inside front cover Narrow black line near bottom edge of front and rear cover Price marked out on dust jacket flap small chips and tears on edges of dust jacket Removable, protective mylar cover over dust jacket.
Lynd Ward. Near Fine. Dust Jacket Included. Book Illus endpapers. Fore-edge lightly damp-speckled, else clean, tight. Story set in Guatemala. Lynd Ward artwork. near fine in near fine dj, pictorial taupe cloth 189 pgs.
Octavo, hardcover, near fine with beautiful paintings on endpapers, in VG, well-preserved, blue pictorial dj. Children's novel set in Guatemala. The story of Santiago, a young Guatemalan Indian boy. Aunt Tia, his foster mother, was descended from Spanish settlers and has raised Santiago in Guatemala City. When he was twelve, though, his father's relatives reclaim him and take him back to their village to live as a burden-bearer and learn about his Indian heritage. 189 pp.
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