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SCOOBY-DOO in the Haunted House (Hanna-barbera) by  Horace J Elias - Paperback - First Printing - 1980 - from Mirror Image Book and

SCOOBY-DOO in the Haunted House (Hanna-barbera)

by Elias, Horace J

Condition: Very Good Plus

USA: Ottenheimer Publishers Inc., 1980. Scooby-Doo based short story for Children, Condition is very good plus. Has no reading creases,but has very small crack in spine, corners lightly bumped, some edge wear, with 2 very small indentations on back cover. no writing or stamps. Pages tight and clean with tanning, cover is bright and glossy, a nice looking book...........*We have other titles in this genre in stock and give discounts in shipping on additional books sent in the same package, please contact us for more info.**.......WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK......... First Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good Plus.


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