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Very Good- in Very Good jacket. First Edition, stated. Sml 8vo in light blue boards with gold lettering on the spn. XL, with the usual markings, slt stained on back fly and inside back pnl, else text block clean, binding tight; overall VG-/VG in clear dust jacket cvr with the flaps glued to the inside cvrs.
0/0. 9780316327077 0/0 null 0316327077 /Dust Jacket Included null 0316327077 Library of Congress: 83-974 This hardcover is a stated first edition. It is also a book club edition, and an ex-library printing. Usual library markings including mylar covered dustjacket. 162 pages.
Octavo, hardcover, dj in mylar. An Atlantic Monthly Press Book. VG Ex school lib. book w/ pocket and stamp. This book was prompted by Greenwald's concern for the growing number of children whose roles and expectations for themselves may be li mited by the labels imposed on them until they begin to recognize where the labels end and their own gifts begin. Here an 11 year old child with a learning disability spends several weeks with an overachieving cousin and they learn alot from each other.
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