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Virtually Perfect by  Dan (signed) Gutman - Signed First Edition - 1998 - from About Books and Biblio.com

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Virtually Perfect

by Gutman, Dan (signed)

Condition: Fine condition/Near Fine dust jacket


New York: Hyperion Books for Children, 1998. A clean, square, tight copy. Sharp corners. Dust Jacket is bright and shiny. No chips. No tears. No remainder mark. Pages are fresh and crisp. First printing with complete number row (13579108642) on the copyright page. INSCRIBED by the AUTHOR: "To Erin, Who is Virtually Perfect [signed in full] Dan Gutman." Summary: "When twelve-year-old Yip uses his father's new software to make a computer simulation of a boy his age, the creation breaks out of cyberspace into the real world and begins to complicate Yip's life." Bound in the original pink boards, lettered in bright gold on the spine. . INSCRIBED / SIGNED by the AUTHOR.. First Edition (so stated). Hard Cover. Fine condition/Near Fine dust jacket. Illus. by Slonim, David (jacket art). 8vo. 123pp.


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