Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A., Simon & Schuster: 2009
Seller ID: 000351
Book is in Fine condition. Dust jacket is in Very Good condition with some scuffing and fading. When a real estate mogul sees his own obituary in a local paper, he has no idea what will follow. View More...
Book is in Very Good condition. No markings anywhere. A collection of Edna Ferber's short stories including: The Woman Who Tried to be Good, The Gay Old Dog, The Sudden Sixties, and 28 others. View More...
Book is in Poor condition. No dust jacket. Paint spilled on front cover of book. Spine is cocked. Mild foxing throughout. Some of the first front pages are coming, else tightly bound. A good reading copy with several nice black and white illustrations done by the author. 331 pages plus ads. View More...
Racine, Wisconsin, Blackie and Son Limited: 0
Seller ID: 000175
Condition: Very Good
Book is in Very Good condition. Details on cover and spine still very bright. Previous owner's name in pencil on ffep. Small tear to top inside of spine. One full color illustration and several black and white illustrations throughout. Three small children overhear a conversation of two men believed to be burglars and set out to catch them in the act. View More...
New York, New York, U.S.A., Pocket Books: 1948
Seller ID: 000381
Binding: Soft cover
Book is in Good condition with a small dent in front cover. Covers are very clean. Book is tight and appears to be unread. Pocket book edition #477 published in January 1948. Interesting brown and white illustrations throughout. Looks like "Perma-Gloss" covering has been removed View More...
Condition: Very Good. Ex library with all the markings
Each day of Delia’s first week of high school, her parents ask her the same question: Did you make any friends today? Finally, the answer is yes. Her name is Amandine, and she is the most exciting person in town. An artist, a dancer, and a teller of tall tales, she has enough charm to make Delia forget her loneliness. Like Delia, Amandine is an outsider—a city girl with too much personality for a small town.. First edition, first print. Full number line. Dust jacket protected with a mylar cover. Ex library copy with all of the usual markings. Delia notices something strange about her... View More...
Book is in Fair condition. Dust jacket is in Fair condition, in mylar cover. Ex-library with the usual markings. Some rubbing of edges and small tears to dust jacket. Fourth book in Kemelman's Rabbi series, detective stories. View More...
New York, William Morrow and Company: 0
Seller ID: 000300
Book is in Fair condition with soiling to bottom edges. Dust jacket is in Good condition, in mylar cover. Ex-library. Book Club edition. FFEP torn out. This is the seventh book in the Rabbi detective series. Good reading copy View More...
Paperback book is in Good condition. Looks unread. Personal library stamp on ffep, else a very clean book. First printing of paperback edition. Seventh book in Kemelman's Rabbi detective series. View More...
New York, William Morrow and Company: 1976
Seller ID: 000302
Book is in Good condition. Dust jacket is in Fair condition with mild scuffing, but covered in mylar. Ex-library, Book Club edition. FFEP torn out. Sixth book in Kemelman's Rabbit detective series. View More...
New York, William Morrow and Company: 1985
Seller ID: 000303
Book is in Fair to Good condition. Dust jacket is in Fair to Good condition and covered in mylar. FFEP is torn out. Some scuffing and mild soiling to both book and jacket. Ex-library. First Edition, First printing. Eighth book in the Rabbi detective series. View More...
Book is in Good condition. Dust jacket is in Good condition and covered with mylar. Ex-library with the usual markings. FFEP is torn out. Library stamp on both top and bottom edges of pages. Else, a very clean solid book. This book is a compilation of the first three Rabbi Detective books: Friday the Rabbi Slept Late, Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry, and Sunday the Rabbi Stayed Home. View More...
Book is in Very Good condition. Dust jacket is in Fair to Good condition. Dust jacket shows significant soiling and small tears to the corners. Inside of book looks unread. Very clean and solid. This story is set around the 1950s and is narrated by a young man named Holden Caulfield. Holden is not specific about his location while he's telling the story, but he makes it clear that he is undergoing treatment in a mental hospital or sanatorium. The events he narrates take place in the few days between the end of the fall school term and Christmas, when Holden is sixteen years old. View More...
Book is in Good condition. No Dust Jacket. Later printing. Covers have staining and some tears. Inside of front cover has a pastedown from previous owner. The rest of the pages are uniformly browned but clean and tight. This was Jack London's first book and was not received well in it's day because he made the heroine "too independent". It was speculated that he modeled his main character after his mother. 334 pages plus ads. View More...
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Little Brown & Co: 1945
Seller ID: 000310
Book is in Fair condition with the usual mild soiling and bumping of edges. No dust jacket. Inside of book is clean and bright with no markings I could find. "An Atlantic Monthly Press Book" Set around World War II in Britain View More...