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Chicago: Albert Whitman & Company, 1944. Hardcover. First Edition, no additional printings listed. Blue cloth over boards with red lettering to spine and illustrated pastedown to front. Illustrated endpapers. Color frontis. Many color and B&W illustrations. Very Good book in pictorial cover. No jacket. Bookplate to verso of FFEP, otherwise interior is unmarked. Binding tight. Cloth lifting off upper edge of inner board. Corners and spine ends bumped and worn. See photos. Not from a library. 63 pages. The story of an orphan boy and his dog, Mr. Bones, looking for his own "stay place."
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- Banjo Billy and Mr. Bones
- May Justus
- Christine Chisholm
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- Albert Whitman & Company
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