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Toronto, Ontario, Canada: John C. Winston, 1942. Hardcover with price clipped dust jacket, 229 pages including "---with over one hundred black-and-white sketches [some full page] that completely catch the charm and enchantment of the story", plus a full page full colour frontpiece; attractive book in forest green with a yellow stamped front cover illustration and yellow spine lettering, very gently used, tight in binding, only tiny traces of shelf wear to cover corner tips and spine ends, very clean and unmarked throughout (no foxing). DJ chipped at spine and hinge ends, wraparound cover art is an enlarged copy of the frontpiece but sadly more faded, still looks decent in new mylar protector.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Diana Thorne.
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- Eric James (CA)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Who Goes to the Wood
- Inchfawn, Fay
- Diana Thorne
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good
- Jacket condition
- First Edition
- John C. Winston
- Place of Publication
- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Date published
- NATURE Anthropomorphic animal Tale Fantasy Story Fiction Child Children Juvenile Teen Young Adult Literature
- Bookseller catalogs
- Juvenile Fiction; Children's Fiction;
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- First Edition
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