Very Good in Good jacket. Children's Illustrated. Signed Clean, bright, crisp and tight. A little smudging on title page, probably from dePaola's inscription and signature in 1994. Indentation in jacket that goes through to cover. A stain on the bottom edge of jacket, that actually blends in quite well. In new clear protective jacket.
Ray, Jane. Good in Good jacket. Children's Illustrated Ex-library. Clean and bright. Some edge and shelf wear. Jacket is glued to the boards. Sam loses his balloon, but is comforted by the thought that it went to his grandfather in Africa.
Good in Good jacket. Children's Illustrated Ex-library. One small closed tear. Corner, spine end and edge wear. Looks good in new clear protective jacket. Summary: Billy wants to do whatever his big sister is doing.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Viking Press, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Date published: 1997
Description: Near Fine in Fine jacket. Fiction. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed The book is in great shape. There is a funny noise when you open the cover, but all looks OK. The front blank first page corner has been removed. The dust jacket is in protective covering. The author has signed on the title page. Read More
Publisher: Astor, New York
Date published: 1959
Description: Poor in Poor jacket. Children's Illustrated Ex-library. Anything you can imagine to be wrong with a book you will find in this book, and the jacket isn't much better. The jacket is rippled from having been wet, is very shelf worn and has hunks missing from both spine ends. Read More
Publisher: Dial Books for Young Readers, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Date published: 1992
Description: Pinkney, Jerry. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Children's Illustrated. Signed Clean, bright and tight with a few bumps. Signed and dated by Jerry Pinkney on the title page. 4th printing. Pictorial boards. Read More
Edition: First Edition Thus
Publisher: J.M. DENT AND CO, London
Date published: 1895
Description: Good. Fiction. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Limited Edition. Of this Edition 1200 copies have been printed for America of which this is no. 413. The #413 is in hand-wriiten with red ink. There is a medallion stamp on the number from The Gebbie Publishing Co Ltd. This edition is edited by George Saintbury and translated by Ellen Marriage. There is also an introduction by George Saintbury. On the second page, there is the previous owner's signature and city and state and the date 1986 in quill ink pen. ... Read More
Edition: First Edition Second Printing
Publisher: Jump at the Sun, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Date published: 2001
Description: Collier, Bryan. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Children's Illustrated Appears unread. Slight rubbing. This is an Caldecott honor book, without the sticker. It does have a New York Times Book Review sticker. Second printing. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Frances Foster Books, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Date published: 2000
Description: Very Good in Near Fine jacket. Children's Illustrated. Signed Appears unread, but has a repaired chip on lower board. Signed with a little sketch by Sis on the endpage. Summary: By traveling around her New York block, Madlenka travels around the world as she visits people from many nations. Read More
Description: As New. Short Stories. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author The book is as new. It does not appear to have been read and Carol has signed it on the title page. Sixth printing. Read More