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Animals Do The Strangest Things by Leonora and Arthur Hornblow - Hardcover - 1964 - from D'Qualitas Books, Et. Al. and Biblio.com

Animals Do The Strangest Things

by Leonora and Arthur Hornblow

Condition: Good/Good


New York: Random House, Inc., 1964. Hardcover. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Michael K. Frith. Good/ Good Jacket. 1964 copyright. 195/195 on jacket flap. 8vo. 63 pp. Seller photos. Bright covers with near fine panels. No writing -aside from owner's name stamp on fep. Heavy paper stock. Illustrations featuring various animals with large text. Book has light wear on bottom edge and spine ends. Corner tip wear. Approx .25" top gutter tear with spine ends' small crease bump lines. Owner's name on first free end paper. Small wear area on top of front pastedown. Dust jacket with several and small tears, chipping, and wear in top and bottom fold areas. Largest tear approximately .5". Wear on back cover near spine. Some soiling .



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