Day In and Day Out (The Alice and Jerry Books, Reading Foundation Series)
by Mabel O'Donnell; Alice Carey
Arlington, Virginia, United States
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Evanston, Illinois: Row, Peterson and Company, n.d. [copyright 1936]. Hardcover. First Edition, no additional printings listed. First-grade reader in the Alice and Jerry basal reader educational series. Red cloth over boards with blue & yellow titles and illustration of a dog and duckling. Good+. Prior owner's bookplate to front pastedown, a few penciled notes. Sewn binding is straight and tight. Corners and spine ends bumped. Covers clean and bright. Not from a school or library. See photos. 156 pages with color illustrations on every page. Word list.
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- Day In and Day Out (The Alice and Jerry Books, Reading Foundation Series)
- Mabel O'Donnell; Alice Carey
- Florence Hoopes; Margaret Hoopes
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- Used - Good+
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- First Edition
- Row, Peterson and Company
- Place of Publication
- Evanston, Illinois
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- basal, language, language arts, reader, readers, reading, textbooks, first grade, 1st grade, children, child, kids
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- Children; Fiction; Illustrated Books; Textbooks; Education and Teaching;
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