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London, Grant Educational, 1952.. 2 volumes in the series "Simple Reading Steps", Step 1 and Step 5. Reprints 1952, 190 x 148 mm, 7¾ x 6 inches, red paper wraps illustrated black and white, 11 pages. 3 half page and 1 full page coloured illustrations, plus 1 line drawing, all of fairies or goblins. Large print text. Step 1: spine slightly worn, 50 mm (2") split at tail, corners very slightly scuffed, small pale stain at lower edge of centrefold throughout, small crease to top corner of last 3 pages. A very good copy. Step 5: spine slightly worn, 50 mm (2") split at tail. Very good plus copy. For sale as a pair. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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- Roger Middleton (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- GOBLINS AND FAIRIES: LOB-A-GOB and THE GOBLIN AND HIS CAP.
- TARRANT, Margaret. Stories by Eila Mackenzie.:
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- Place of Publication
- London, Grant Educational, 1952.
- Margaret Tarrant Reader children's fairies goblins
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