No Children, No Pets, Marion Holland, Weekly Reader, 1956/1957, 1st Ed., VG w/DJ

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No Children, No Pets
Author:
Marion Holland
Publisher:
Alfred A. Knopf
Release Date:
1957
Seller Category:
LITERATURE
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1
Condition:
Used: Very Good
Sku: 00663
Notes: A Very Good book in a Very Good dust jacket, First Edition, 8vo, 8 1/2" x 6." Noted as a First Edition on copyright page with a publication year of 1956 on title page. Copyright page also notes this edition as the Weekly Reader Children's Book Club edition with a publication year of 1957. Orange cloth-covered boards in beige paper dust jacket. Color illustration on front panel. Black lettering to dust jacket spine. Covers are clean and intact except for a small bump at bottom edge on front and minuscule wear to head and tail of spine. Binding tight. Dust jacket has age toning and some chipping along the top and bottom edges and tips, the largest measuring about 1/2" x 1 1/2," else clean and intact. Dust jacket protected in a paper-backed mylar sleeve, not price-clipped. Pages browned, else clean and intact. Black-and-white illustrations by Marion Holland included. Issued as part of the Weekly Reader Children's Book Club. A children's book by Marion Holland (1908-1989), an American author and illustrator who specialized in children's literature. Excerpt from front flap: "It was a very hot August day when the registered air mail letter arrived--the letter that sent the entire Sanders family (Mother, Don and Jane, four-year-old Betsy, and Victoria the cat) off to Palm Glade, Florida, where they had just inherited an apartment house! Everybody looked forward to a good rest, but they reckoned without the strange tenants at 303 Oleander Drive. Little did Don or Jane dream (or Mother either, for that matter) that they would soon become involved not only with a hurricane but also with Miss Giddings's carefully guarded secret, Mrs. Pennypacker's ruby clip, a missing superintendent, and a strange and homeless boy. Author's own illustrations add just the right humorous touch to a story that will delight and intrigue both boys and girls." Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.