Sign In | Register
Miss Li'l' Tweetty by  Louise Clarke Pyrnelle - First Edition - 1917 - from The Bookstore and

Miss Li'l' Tweetty

by Pyrnelle, Louise Clarke

Condition: Good/No Acket

NY/London: Harper & Bros, 1917. Blue cloth with black deco on cover, lettering on spine, 254 pgs w/frontis + 8 b&w illustrations. Strong Binding, some pgs have finger soil, >no names< Covers have fade to spine and back cover, scant corner rub. Story of a southern girl from Alabama, a child of the 'Old South' who lived on a great big cotton plantation, and who played with the children of her father's slaves.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Acket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


Review this book (Want a chance to win $50? Log-in or create an account first!) (You'll be automatically entered for a chance to win $50!)

Help & frequently asked questions


Some terminology that may be used in this description includes:
"Cloth-bound" generally refers to a hardcover book with cloth covering the outside of the book covers.The cloth is stretched ove...[more]
First Edition
In collecting, the first edition is the earliest published form of a book. A book may have more than one first edition in cases ...[more]
A duodecimo is a book approximately 7 by 4.5 inches in size, or similar in size to a contemporary mass market paperback.  A...[more]
The outer portion of a book which covers the actual binding. The spine usually faces outward when a book is placed on a shelf. A...[more]


$3.75 shipping to USA

More shipping options >

Banned and Frequently Challenged Books

Collecting Banned & Challenged Books

Build a revolutionary library of literature that has been challenged or even outright banned. You'll be surprised by some of the titles in this gallery!

RIP (Please) George Romero: Modern Master of Zombie Horror

RIP (Please) George Romero: Modern Master of Zombie Horror

George Romero co-wrote and directed Night of the Living Dead in 1968, a film that inspired the modern zombie craze and made an indelible mark on American cinema. Come this way, horror fan...