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Little Duck Lost by  Erica Briers - Hardcover - 2004 - from Harvs Books and

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Little Duck Lost

by Briers, Erica

Condition: Very Good/Fair to Good

U.S.A.: Dutton Juvenile, 2004. Little Duck Lost by Erica Briers, illustrated by Stephanie Boey. Hardback story/picture book with board pages has a name written on title page-otherwise is quite clean and in near new condition. Dust jacket has some edge tears including a taped "L" shaped tear on back along with creasing in that aream etc,-overall fairly good and in a Brodart protector. NOT AN EX-LIB!. Board. Very Good/Fair to Good. Illus. by Boey, Stephanie.


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