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Alpha Beta Chowder by  Jeanne Steig - Stated First Edition - 1992 - from E M Maurice Books, LLC, ABAA and

Alpha Beta Chowder

by Steig, Jeanne

Condition: Near Fine/Fine

New York: Michael Di Capua Books/HarperCollins, 1992. Green cloth with slight fading at edges else fine; dust jacket unblemished with original price intact ($15.00). Droll poems arranged alphabetically and humorously illustrated in color by Steig.. Stated First Edition. Near Fine/Fine. Illus. by William Steig. 4to.


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