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Signed by the author to the previous owner. 1984, FIRST EDITION. Printed in the USA. Total 217 pages. Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. Author, William Hoffman. The book is clean, spine is tight and straight, the pages are clean. The dust jacket shows some minor wear, some rubbing on the edges but no tears. Some minor shelf wear on the jacket, the book looks great. This book is "the complete story of the Cabbage Patch Phenomenon as it's never been told before." "In November 1983, the world witnessed the beginnings of Cabbage Patch Madness, a Phenomenon unrivaled in intensity and impact in the annals of Americal Poplular Culture. Across the land, in virtually every major city, young adults, middle aged parents, even kindly grandmothers were risking life and limb, joining legions of unruly shoppers in their attempts to purchase one of Coleco's Cabbage Patch Kids, cuddly stuffed dolls many would call ugly...the face only a mother could love. The father of the Kids, Xavier Roberts, was a north Georgia mountain boy who rose from poverty to become an indispensible force for Coleco, a multi-million dollar titan in the toy and game industry." A wonderful and interesting book that would be hard to find just anywhere, especially signed. Add this one to your collection of signed books now! *4BC6
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Book Description Book Sales, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11087833386X
Book Description Book Sales. Hardcover. Condition: New. 087833386X New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1847992