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by Clure, Beth and Helen Rumsey

Condition: Poor

Glendale, Ca.: Bowmar, 1971. A nice reading copy. Pages are clean and bright. Binding is tight. Book is old and looks it. Repaired by a previous owner with scotch tape on the spine. Front endpaper is pulling away at the front. Board corners are bumped and rubbed. Back "page" is a hinged puppet of the book character. All pieces are there, but there is quite a bit of creasing to the lower extremities. Part of the Manipulative Series.. 3rd Printing. Spiral Bound. Poor. Illus. by Taylor, Paul L..
  • Bookseller: after-words bookstore US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 127653
  • Title: Me!
  • Author: Clure, Beth and Helen Rumsey
  • Illustrator:Taylor, Paul L.
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Poor
  • Edition: 3rd Printing
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10:0837203635
  • ISBN 13:9780837203638
  • Publisher: Bowmar
  • Place: Glendale, Ca.
  • Date published: 1971
  • Bookseller catalogs: Picture Books; Juvenile;
  • Subjects: JUVENILE FICTION / General;


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