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The girl and the goatherd or this and that and thus and So by  Evaline NESS - First Edition - 1970 - from Mad Hatter Books and

The girl and the goatherd or this and that and thus and So

by NESS, Evaline

Condition: Good/Very Good

New York: E.P. Dutton, 1970. Hardback: ex library: dj (price clipped), some scratches on the back, tape marks on reverse, pictorial cloth (as dj), tight library binding, a few sticky tape marks, small library stamps, pages a little fingered and creased, a few marks, still g. 4to, (32pp). Illustrated in colour throughout by the author.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Very Good. Ex-Library.


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