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Wee Gillis (Caldecott Honor) by  Munro Leaf - First Printing - 1938 - from Cattermole 20th Century Children's Books and Biblio.com

Wee Gillis (Caldecott Honor)

by Leaf, Munro

Condition: FINE/FINE


Viking. First Printing. Hardcover. FINE. Lawson, Robert. English NY, 1938, Viking Cloth spine, 7x10, 72p, DW A Scottish boy who must choose between life in the Highlands stalking stags or in the Lowlands with the kine; his choice surprises both his uncles and us.





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