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The story of a muddy creek with a small island in the middle called Paradise. How the local people fought against the decision to build a motorway. Large format. Glazed pictorial boards. Striking colour pictures throughout. ISBN: 0192798421. Light page edge browning and some light browning to spine.
Large format. Glazed pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 019279728X. Spine lightly browned. Laminate has a lot of small vertical creases, production error. Light browning to some page edges otherwise contents clean.
Lime green boards with black title to spine. B/w frontis by Keeping. ISBN: 0001952404. Bumping to base of spine. Scuff mark along front cover. White correction fluid mark to front endpaper. A few marks to outer page edges. Wrapper is faded to spine, with some edge-wear.
The story of Father Damien, whom Robert Louis Stevenson was to call 'one of the world's heroes and exemplars'. Pale grey boards with man riding a pony in red. Red titles to spine. B/w illustrations. 125 pages. Spine and corners bumoed. A little foxing / browning to board edges and spine. Foxing to top of text block otherwise contents are clean. Dust wrapper is edgeworn with a couple of small nicks. Spine is darkened and wrapper is grubby.
JACK THE TREACLE EATER
Written by Charles Causley. Illustrated by Charles Keeping.
Stock no. 381169
Published by Macmillan Children's Books. 1st 1987. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
A book of poems for children. Brown boards with gilt title to spine. B/w and colour illustrations. 96 pages. ISBN: 033342963X. Spine bumped and slightly worn. Light finger creases to page margins else contents bright and clean. Price-cut wrapper is slightly edge worn, sunned to spine and has a light stain to top front corner.
Philip has lived in a castle his whole life...then he has to take a trip to London and meets Darcy... Blue boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 0575026952. SIGNED by author, with inscription on title page. Wrapper spine a little sunned.