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The Life Story of A Squirrel.

by BRIDGES, T.C

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First Edition. Original illustrated blue cloth gilt. No DW. Top edge gilt. 230pp. Colour frontis with tissue guard and illustrations. 0.5cm chip to head of spine. Owner signature to front free endpaper, endpapers browned with occasional foxing o/w a delightful copy. VG+. Animal autobiographies series.

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