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Ameliaranne Goes Touring by Constance Heward; Illustrated By Susan B. Pearse - Hardcover - 1947 - from The Little Book Store and Biblio.com

Ameliaranne Goes Touring

by Constance Heward; Illustrated By Susan B. Pearse

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


London: George G. Harrap & Company Limited, 1947. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Susan B. Pearse. 28 full page colour illustrations, colour frontispiece and colour illustrated fly leafs, all by Susan B. Pearse in her wonderful Ameliaranne style. Opposite each colour illustration is presented the story text which is also illustrated with black and white Pearse pictures. The Ameliaranne series were always illustrated by Pearse, but they were written by a variety of authors, this one being by Constance Heward. This is the second impression of the first edition which was first published in 1939. Condition: Dust Jacket: Small piece missing to top of spine cover (1 x 1.5 cm), otherwise very good. Binding: Personal dedication on front free fly leaf, Very Good +. Interior: Very Good +. Note: I have several other Ameliaranne books, please have a look at my catalogue of them. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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