Title: Book Trails to Enchanted Lands Volume 6
Publisher: Eau Claire, WI: E.M. Hale and Co.
Publication Date: 1928
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
This book, pp. 165-320, is the second of two volumes making up the "To Enchanted Lands" segment of the eight-volume set. It is copyrighted by Shepard and Lawrence, Inc., and Child Development, Inc. Edition is not stated, but it appears that this publication preceded the appearance of the much sought-after series of books published in Chicago by Child Development beginning in 1946. The book contains poetry, folk and fairy tales, a little play, etc., gathered from many sources. Lovely illustrations, some full color, some two color, and some black-and-white. Faux leather with embossing, deep red, very, very light wear at extremities; small name and address sticker inside front cover; interior fine; overall very near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 6143BT
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