Thirty More Famous Stories Retold by James Baldwin
by James Baldwin
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American Book Company. Acceptable. NOT a reprint, but the original 1905 textbook. The book, despite its age and use, has all 235 pages still present and unmarked. They are tanned with age and some have foxing, though nothing that obscures the text. The olive-green binding is rubbed at the edges, and frayed at the spine ends. Corners are bumped, and some very young previous owners have penciled their names on the end pages. The book contains attractive b/w illustrations, some full-page size. The stories include Sir Isaac Newton and the Apple, How Rome Was Founded, and The Man in the Iron Mask.
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