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Rhyme Stew.

by DAHL, Roald

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Jonathan Cape, London., 1989. First edition. Royal octavo. 80 pages. Illustrated by Quentin Blake. Nursery rhymes for ''the older reader''.Covers slightly bumped at corners, otherwise fine in very near fine dustwrapper.

"Mary, Mary, quite contrary / How does your garden grow? / 'I live with my brat in a high-rise flat / so how in the world would I know?" This book is a collection of Roald Dahl's poems for older children or adults.


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