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Raffi: The Life of a Children's Troubadour, An Autobiography by Raffi (Signed) - Signed First Edition - 1999 - from Bruce McLeod and

Raffi: The Life of a Children's Troubadour, An Autobiography

by Raffi (Signed)

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Vancouver, BC, Canada: Homeland Press, 1999 AS-NEW/VERY GOOD First Edition, 1st Canadian Printing. SIGNED by author Raffi and warmly inscribed. Pristine unread book, gift quality. Unclipped DJ has a trace of shelfwear and a 1/4" chip at base of spine. 6.5" by 9.25", 316 pages plus index, two sections of b&w and color plates. A wonderful account of the life and career of one of North America's favorite children's performers. An Armenian who spent his early life in Egypt, son of a famous photographer, Raffi's singing career began in coffee houses, and rose to sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall.. Signed by Author. Hard Cover.


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