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by Anthony Browne

Condition: Very Good +/very good +

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1992. Hardcover. Very Good +/very good +. "A family - two boys and their mother and father spends the day at the zoo. They are looking at the animals - or are the animals looking at them? And what do they all see?" Tight binding. No chips, tears, creases or written inscriptions on pages. Small tear on rear panel of dust jacket. Remainder mark on top edge. Dust jacket is NOT price-clipped with slight curling around edges. Size: 4to (11" to 13").



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