by Hale, Gertrude Elisabeth
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About This Item
Chapters include: Introduction, The Flower Servants, The Flower Mistress and Her Seeds, The Composites and Grasses, The Elfin Ferns, and The Brownie Scouring Rushes.
7 3/8" X 5 1/2". 85pp. Bound in full light blue cloth over boards, with flowers stamped in black to upper board, lettered in gilt to upper board and black to spine. Mild edgewear to binding, with rubbing to extremities, spot of discoloration to spine, light scattered rubbing, and small tears to corners and head and tail of spine. Front hinge a touch tender; binding remains quite firm and sound. Small neat tear, taped, to leaf of pages 27 and 28. Very occasional blemish to gently age-toned pages, else clean and unmarked. Illustrated throughout in 29 figures, several of which are full-page, and photographic frontispiece.
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- Underground Books (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- Little Flower-People
- Hale, Gertrude Elisabeth
- Book condition
- Used - Good +
- Ginn and Company, Publishers
- Place of Publication
- Date Published
- BIBLIO-LIVE-3 publisher's binding publishers cloth fairy science giftable
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