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Tom Swift and His Ultrasonic Cycloplane (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #10), Appleton, Victor II
161 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift and His Ultrasonic Cycloplane (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #10)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1962 Early Reprint Library Binding Good with no dust jacket 
Illustrated by Kaye, Graham

182 pp, early reprint. Pictorial library binding, blue and white endpapers but only one panel at front and one at back. Typical library markings, boards worn and soiled, pages show some soiling but text is clear and readable. Reading copy. ; 6" - 7" Tall; 182 pages;

"There's part of Bud's wrecked plane!" Hovering his new cycloplane, the DRUMHAWK, in turbulent skies above the wilds of the New Guinea jungle, Tom Swift Jr. Points to the sheared-off wing of his friend's plane. The area, flanked by two extinct volcanoes, is as forbidding as the deserted native huts clustered in sinister shadows.
"Without Tom's latest aircraft, which uses ultrasonic rotating drums to provide lift, a rescue attempt would be impossible. Battling violent weather conditions, the young inventor lands the DRUMHAWK and organizes a rescue expedition.
"Hazards are encountered from hostile natives who fire barrage after barrage of razor-sharp stone missiles and from a scientist with a deadly ray weapon. Tormented constantly by crafty enemies and nature's perils in the search of Bud, the rescuers unearth a clue that the young pilot is a prisoner of an unscrupulous group of white men who have discovered a fabulous ancient secret and are utilizing it for nefarious purposes. "
Age Level: Grades 4-10
8415 
Price: 10.00 USD

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Tom Swift and the Asteroid Pirates (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #21), Appleton, Victor II
162 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift and the Asteroid Pirates (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #21)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1963 Pictorial Cover Good 
Illustrated by Brey, Charles

Pictorial boards, 178 pp, no dust jacket (as issued) , b/w endpapers showing Tom in his lab. Corners chipped and bent, some edge wear and sunning, a little chipping, light dampstaining to top edge. Text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy. ; New Tom Swift Adventures; 6" - 7" Tall; 178 pages;

"A violent explosion in space touches off one of the most thrill-packed adventures in Tom Swift Jr.' s scientific career. The appalling news that a cargo rocket has disintegrated while en route with vital supplies to Swift Enterprises' research base on the asteroid, Nestria, sounds a grim warning that the lives of Nestria's personnel are at stake.
" To rescue the marooned men, Tom undertakes a hazardous voyage to Nestria, only to find the way blocked by an invisible barrier of deadly radiation created by an unknown enemy whose objective is possession of the base.
"Tension mounts at Swift Enterprises when a mysterious Oriental is shot while attempting to warn Tom that his life is in danger from the Black Cobra. The Oriental's mumbled warning, plus some revealing data collected by United States Intelligence, sends Tom winging to a secret fortress in South America for the first encounter with his inscrutable foe.
"But the decisive encounter is destined to take place in space. How Tom uses his new invention, the magnetic deflector, to crack the radiation barrier around Nestria, and how the young space scientist and his crewmen pit their wits and courage against the asteroid pirates and their diabolical leader, the Black Cobra, will hold every reader breathless with suspense. "
Age Level: Grades 4-10
8583 
Price: 12.00 USD

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Tom Swift and the Cosmic Astronauts (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #16), Appleton, Victor II
163 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift and the Cosmic Astronauts (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #16)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1960 Hardcover Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket 
Illustrated by Kaye, Graham

Tweed boards with picture of Tom Swift on front board, blue and white end papers showing Tom in his lab. Spine a bit cocked, corners worn, minor edge wear and rubbing, text is clean and unmarked. Jacket in new Brodart, some edge wear and chipping, especially to corners and at top and base of spine, 1" closed tear on back panel near top of spine. Overall a nice copy. ;
Black and white line drawings by Graham Kaye. Lists to this title both inside and on back flap of jacket. Rear panel of jacket shows advertisement for Bret King - a mystery series featuring a modern cowboy in New Mexico. Four titles listed. ; New Tom Swift Adventures; 6" - 7" Tall; 184 pages;

" A solution to the prohibitive cost of producing vehicles for further space explorations is Tom Swift Jr.' s new goal. But the success of the young scientist-inventor's project is threatened by the wily Li Ching, a renegade scientist. Banished from his native land because of rebellious acts, Li Ching is now the leader of a ruthless group intent on pirating scientific secrets.
"But Li Ching and his nefarious confederates are only partially responsible for Tom's troubles. Olin Whaley, an unscrupulous international criminal, proves to be a second formidable obstacle.
"Despite the ever-present threats of sabotage and piracy, Tom and his friend Bud Barclay are soon taking Tom's latest invention, the Space Kite -- a two-man craft for training future space pilots -- on its test flight. The experiment turns into a harrowing experience when the boys are nearly marooned in outer space.
"Undaunted by the failure of the Space Kite, Tom quickly discovers the defect and decides to build a larger craft, the Cosmic Sailer. Certain that he has found the key to economical space explorations, the young inventor still has to conquer the sinister forces working against him. How Tom and the Cosmic Astronauts meet this challenge will keep the reader taut with suspense."
Age Level: Grades 4-10
8594 
Price: 24.00 USD

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Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #18), Appleton, Victor II
164 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #18)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1961 Pictorial Cover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
Illustrated by Brey, Charles

188 pp. , first edition. Format #2 Pictorial spine wrap cloth boards, listing to Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung on the back. Spine has Tom's head over a blueprint. PIctorial endpapers in black and white, depicting Tom at the window of his flying lab. Frontispiece and several full- or partial-page internal illustrations on plain paper. No jacket as published. Spine somewhat cocked, some edge wear especially to corners, small dampstain at top of back board and the last few pages. Text is clean and unmarked. Overall a fairly nice copy. ; 6" - 7" Tall; 188 pages;

"This book commences with Tom Swift Jr. Working with the Navy to recover a Jupiter probe missile designed and built by Swift Enterprises on behalf of the government. However the Brungarians intercept the probe and Tom must race against time to recover it from the bottom of the ocean before the Brungarians can steal the probe and its scientific data. As the story unfolds, Tom invents several underwater devices to assist with the recovery and counter the threat of a new stealth submarine developed by the Brungarians."
Age Level: Grades 4-10
8405 
Price: 25.00 USD

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Tom Swift and the Giant Robot (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #4), Appleton, Victor II
165 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift and the Giant Robot (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #4)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1960 Cloth Good in Fair dust jacket 
Illustrated by Kaye, Graham

211 pp. , early reprint. Blue tweed boards, listing inside to Tom Swift and the Spectromarine Selector indicating a publication date of 1960 (original 1954). PIctorial endpapers in blue and white, depicting Tom at the window of his flying lab. Frontispiece and several full- or partial-page internal illustrations on plain paper. Jacket is in new Brodart, with some large chips missing to the spine, significant creasing and chipping to front panel. Rear panel has advert for the Hardy Brothers, with a listing to The Mystery of the Chinese Junk.
Spine cocked, edge wear to boards, some foxing to leading edge. Text is clean and unmarked. ; 6" - 7" Tall; 211 pages;

"When the Swift Enterprises undertakes to set up an atomic laboratory for the U. S. Government, Tom Jr. Goes to work on a giant robot that can function by remote control when exposed to deadly atomic and hydrogen rays. The invention intrigues the interest of a band of clever bank robbers who think they can use the giant robot in their work.
" How they interfere with Tom's invention by means of flocks of mechanical crows; how a mad scientist joins the robber gang and almost succeeds in destroying the atomic laboratory from within its well-guarded walls; how, one by one, the clever criminals are outwitted and captured by Tom and his friend Bud; how the giant robot is completed in time to perform his part in the saving of the laboratory are all told in this exciting yarn. "
Age Level: Grades 4-10
8406 
Price: 13.50 USD

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166 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift in the Caves of Nuclear Fire
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1956 Hardcover Very Good- in Very Good- dust jacket 
Illustrated by Kaye, Graham

#8 in the New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures. Spine somewhat slanted. DJ has a few small chips at spine and flap ends and a 1" tear. Some spots in text, but pages have not yellowed. Black and white illustrations throughout. A nice copy.

"A strange twist of nature brings deadly nuclear gas from a mountain in the African jungle, and the reason turns out to be an important atomic discovery."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
005841 
Price: 14.95 USD

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Tom Swift in the Race to the Moon (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #12), Appleton, Victor II
167 Appleton, Victor II Tom Swift in the Race to the Moon (The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #12)
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1960 Early Reprint Hardcover Very Good- in Poor dust jacket 
Illustrated by Kaye, Graham

Blue tweed boards with navy lettering, 180 pp, picture of Tom on front board, blue and white endpapers showing Tom in his Lab. Corners bumped, a little edge wear and rubbing. Jacket in new Brodart, missing back panel, otherwise minor edge wear and chipping. A nice copy save the missing back panel of the jacket. ; Titles list inside to 'Cosmic Astronauts'. ; 6" - 7" Tall; 180 pages;

"SPEED-AND MORE SPEED-go into the mammoth project of completing Tom Swift Jr.' s newest type of spaceship. It is a race against time and the stakes are high. First, Tom's foreign enemies appear ready to launch a manned moon rocket of their own. Second, the young inventor's friends on another planet propose a rendezvous in outer space, in the desperate hope that Tom and his scientist associates can help them conquer the unknown disease that threatens life on their planet.
"From the first test flight to the day the Challenger roars moonward, Tom meets with frustrations and sinister perils, more challenging than he has ever encountered. In a neck-and-neck race with the enemy's rocket ship, Tom's fabulous invention, the super-repelatron, plays a dramatic part in heading off a crash landing on the bleak planet. One of the greatest thrills of the young space pioneer's life comes when he guides the Challenger alongside his planet friends' spaceship.
"In this fast-moving, gripping drama of Tom's double victory in outer space you will find all the exciting elements that have made the Tom Swift Jr. Series the Number One choice of boys who thrill to mystery and adventure. "
Age Level: Grades 4-10
8585 
Price: 12.50 USD

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Fire Biker (Tom Swift Series #9), Appleton, Victor; Greenberg, Ann (editor)
168 Appleton, Victor; Greenberg, Ann (editor) Fire Biker (Tom Swift Series #9)
New York Archway Paperback 1992 0671756524 / 9780671756529 First Edition Mass Market Paperback Near Fine 
Illustrated by Kukalis, Romas (cover)

Covers slightly creased, slight shelf wear.

Ninth in this series of Tom Swift adventures.
"Wheels of fire are spinning out of control, and Tom and his sister, Sandra, are feeling the heat. He's developed a jet-powered cycle . . . she's designed a near-perfect flame-reflective suit, which renders its wearer invisible . . . and now both inventions have fallen into the wrong hands!"
Est level: 3rd - 7th grades.; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
001094 
Price: 4.95 USD

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Moonstalker (Tom Swift Series #7), Appleton, Victor; Greenberg, Ann (editor)
169 Appleton, Victor; Greenberg, Ann (editor) Moonstalker (Tom Swift Series #7)
New York Archway Paperback 1992 0671756451 / 9780671756451 First Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good+ 
Illustrated by Sormanti, Carla (cover)

Corners bumped, slight edge wear, a little yellowing. A bright, fairly tight, attractive copy.

Seventh volume in this series of Tom Swift.
"Tom Swift has developed an ultrapowerful telescopic device that promises to yield dramatic new insight into the deepest mysteries of the universe. But his first discovery is no more than two hundred miles up, and it's a shocker. A tiny cube of polished granite is orbiting the earth, and on its side Tom spots a message -- in a language no one has ever encountered before!
Tom's infrared photo of the object convinces a friend at NASA to use an all-new Swift-enhanced space shuttle to retrieve the mystery stone, but the flight ultimately leads Tom to the surface of the moon. A force of unknown origin, controlled by a hidden intelligence, has lured the mission into an odyssey of danger." Est Level: 3rd - 7th grades.; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
002741 
Price: 4.95 USD

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A Matter of Honor, Archer, Jeffrey
170 Archer, Jeffrey A Matter of Honor
New York, NY Linden Press 1986 0671624342 / 9780671624347 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket 


Corners bumped, coffee ring on front board. Jacket shows minor edge wear.

"As Adam listens to the final bequest of his father's will, he knows he will at last learn the unspoken secret that shadowed the peaceful retirement of Colonel Scott and turned him from a WWI hero into a disgraced and broken man. But inside the yellowed envelope Adam finds a far more important secret. The path Adam has to follow leads him first to the innermost vault of a Swiss bank where his real inheritance lies-a priceless work of Russian art, a 14th-century icon, smuggled out of Russia by the last Czar and subsequently passed into the hands of a Nazi war criminal by a bizarre twist of fate. In following the path to clear his father's name, Adam has stumbled upon a revelation so explosive that it could forever change the balance of power between America and the Soviet Union."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
001511 
Price: 7.75 USD

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As the Crow Flies, Archer, Jeffrey
171 Archer, Jeffrey As the Crow Flies
New York HarperCollins 1991 0060179147 / 9780060179144 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Good+ dust jacket 


Spine slightly slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear. Jacket shows a little edge wear, some rubbing, dampstain inside back panel of jacket. A nice copy.

"Born in the East End of London at the turn of the century, Charlie Trumper retains as his earliest memory his grandfather's sales patter from behind his fruit and vegetable barrow, and when Granpa Charlie dies, young Charlie wants nothing more than to follow in his footsteps. But is isn't long before he's spreading his wings beyond the teeming streets of Whitechapel, his burning ambition to own a shop that will sell everything: 'The Biggest Barrow in the World. " . . . . Charlie Trumper's progress from Whitechapel to Chelsea Terrace is only a couple of miles as the crow flies, but in Jeffrey Archer's expert hands it becomes an epic journey through the triumphs and disasters of the 20th centuy."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
002930 
Price: 7.95 USD

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Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the Mystery of the Coughing Dragon  (Three Investigators #14), Arden, William
172 Arden, William Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the Mystery of the Coughing Dragon (Three Investigators #14)
New York Schneider Buch 1983 0590328336 / 9780590328333 Mass Market Paperback Good 
Illustrated by Adragna, Robert [cover]

Adragna cover, 202 pp. Spine a bit creased, slanted, some edge wear especially along spine, corners creased. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy.

Coughing Dragon is #14 in the Three Investigators series.
"Henry Allen's dog is missing - and he thinks it's been eaten by a dragon! On the night the dog disappeared, Mr. Allen swears he saw a huge dragon slither into the sea caves beneath his cliff-top house. Could Mr. Allen really have seen a dragon? The Three Investigators doubt it, but they're determined to find the missing dog. That means exploring those dark, dangerous caves. And whether or not Mr. Allen's dragon is real, something terrifying and deadly is lurking there!"
Age Level: Grades 3-7; 6" - 7" Tall
007750 
Price: 3.95 USD

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Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Dead Man's Riddle (Three Investigators #22), Arden, William
173 Arden, William Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Dead Man's Riddle (Three Investigators #22)
New York Random House 1974 0394829271 / 9780394829272 First Edition Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
Illustrated by Hearne, Jack

Matte cover, 152 pp, First edition with graveyard end papers, back cover lists to Dead Man's Riddle, no inner list, full number line. Corners worn, minor edge wear, a little chipping at top and base of spine, some rubbing and soiling. Text block is clean and unmarked, but it is detached from spine.

Dead Man's Riddle is #22 in the Three Investigators series.
"The three investigators go on a high-stakes treasure hunt to restore a fortune to the rightful heirs. "
"When Dingo Towne's will was read, his relatives got a nasty shock. Old Dingo had left his fortune to whoever could find it! Six baffling riddle-clues hinted at the hiding place. Along with hundreds of others, The Three Investigators plunged eagerly into the wild treasure hunt - only to discover deadly booby traps planted along the way! "; 7" - 9" Tall
008180 
Price: 20.00 USD

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Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Deadly Double (Three Investigators #28), Arden, William
174 Arden, William Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Deadly Double (Three Investigators #28)
London Armada 1984 0006919847 / 9780006919841 Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good 
Illustrated by Hall, Roger

158 pp, Originally published in the U.S. in 1978, the first U.K. paperback was published by Armada in 1982 featuring different cover art than the American book. Spine slightly slanted with a bit of chipping at top and base, a little edge wear and rubbing with a couple creases to covers, corners bumped including a few pages. Interior clean and unmarked. A nice copy.

Deadly Double is #28 in the Three Investigators Series.
"A Terrifying Ambush -- before the boys could move, two men leapt out of the Mercedes and grabbed Jupiter. 'If you want to see your friend again, don't follow us!' one of them shouted. Next moment they had thrust him into their car and were speeding down the highway . . .
"Pete and Bob are baffled when Jupe is kidnapped. What could be the motive? Soon they realise that they are caught up in a deadly political struggle, the victims of a strange mistake. Jupiter Jones has a double . . . "; 6" - 7" Tall
007358 
Price: 16.50 USD

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Going Around in Academic Circles:  A Low View of Higher Education, Armour, Richard
175 Armour, Richard Going Around in Academic Circles: A Low View of Higher Education
New York McGraw-Hill Book Company 1965 First Edition Cloth Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket 
Illustrated by Hershfield, Leo

Blue boards are clean and bright. Very minor wear at bottom corners. DJ price-clipped, with very minor edgewear. Humorous illustrations throughout by Leo Hershfield. A clean, attractive copy.

"In what is, in effect, a parody of a college catalog, Armour gives the Armour treatment to such subjects as admissions, campus, roommates, expenses, employment, scholarships, class attendance, grades, physical education, the honor code, faculty advisors, department heads, the curriculum, and commencement speakers. Nothing escapes the Armour-piercing scrutiny. Though this is mostly a prose book, the chapter on Faculty and Staff presents an academic Spoon River Anthology that has more knife than spoon. This book is for everybody, but especially for presidents, deans, professors, alumni, students, drop-outs, drop-ins, and people with a sense of humor."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
004765 
Price: 7.95 USD

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The Charlotte Armstrong Treasury (The Witch's House; Mischief; The Dream Walker), Armstrong, Charlotte
176 Armstrong, Charlotte The Charlotte Armstrong Treasury (The Witch's House; Mischief; The Dream Walker)
New York Coward, McCann, & Geoghegan, Inc. 1972 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 


473 pp., blue boards. Preface by Alice Cromie. Spine somewhat slanted, corners a little bumped, some edgewear, sticker on front board, PO name inside is blacked out, Text is clean and unmarked.

Anthony Boucher described Charlotte Armstrong as "one of the few authentic spell-casting witches of modern times. "The Dream Walker" takes on spells and spooky goings-on. In "The Witch's House" she "not only created one of the most memorable and pitiable 'witchs' in suspense fiction, but took a vivid and unsentimental look at school systems, administrators, professors, and students, in a day when their problems were not quite so much the general concern." "'Mischief' began as a play, aptly titled 'Little Nell,' and became a movie starring Marilyn Monroe, 'Don't Bother to Knock,' must have improved the quality of baby-sitters, if not hotel detection or easy romancers, giving parents pause to think before they selected."; 7" - 9" Tall
006731 
Price: 6.75 USD

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Some Say Love (Harlequin Romance #2785 09/86), Armstrong, Lindsay
177 Armstrong, Lindsay Some Say Love (Harlequin Romance #2785 09/86)
New York, NY Harlequin Books 1986 0373027850 / 9780373027859 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 


Covers a bit creased, minor shelf wear, corners bumped. Book has a slight curve.

"Alex Cameron rescued Hannah for the first time before she realized he was the very man she'd come to Surfers Paradise to look up. Rescuing her became a necessary habit.
The trouble was that Hannah was nineteen, painfully honest, naive -- and to top it off, she fell deeply in love with Alex. And somehow she couldn't quite believe he loved her, even when he insisted that they marry.
So when the woman he'd once loved appeared to be coming back on the scene, Hannah panicked and ran . . ."; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
001176 
Price: 2.95 USD

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When the Night Grows (Harlequin Romance #2893 03/88), Armstrong, Lindsay
178 Armstrong, Lindsay When the Night Grows (Harlequin Romance #2893 03/88)
New York Harlequin Books 1988 0373028938 / 9780373028931 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 


Spine/covers show slight creasing.

"Kate Wiley hated to admit it, but singlehandedly managing the large Australian ranch was too much for her.
That's when Grevil Robertson appeared on her doorstep with his offer of help. Kate soon learned his interest was more than neighborly, for he stirred feelings within her that, as a widow, she had longed to reawaken.
She knew she needed a man. And, somehow, the fact that her husband had once saved Grevil's life made Kate believe it was destiny. . . "; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
000347 
Price: 2.35 USD

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First on the Moon:  A Voyage with Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., Armstrong, Neil; Collins, Michael; Aldrin, Edwin E. Jr.; Farmer, Gene; & Hamblin, Jane
179 Armstrong, Neil; Collins, Michael; Aldrin, Edwin E. Jr.; Farmer, Gene; & Hamblin, Jane First on the Moon: A Voyage with Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr.
Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1970 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket 


511 pp., glossary, 25 black and white photographs, notes, epilogue by Arthur C. Clarke. Slight shelfwear. DJ shows edgewear with minor chipping/tear at ends of spine; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
003417 
Price: 9.95 USD
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Growing Up Simple--In Texas: An Irreverent Look at Kids in the 1950s, Arnold, George
180 Arnold, George Growing Up Simple--In Texas: An Irreverent Look at Kids in the 1950s
Austin, Texas Eakin Press 2002 1571686878 / 9781571686879 First Edition Cloth Fine in Fine dust jacket 
Illustrated by Arnold, Matthew & Norris, Molly
Signed by Author
Black boards with gold lettering on spine, 231 pp., fairly tight. Inscribed by the author on the half-title page. Several black and white photographs from the life of the author throughout the book.

"The tongue-in-cheek account of a voyage from kindergarten through high school - a trip made by a small group of innocent pranksters determined to save the world from itself. It is the story of five young overachievers with the time and freedom to be hellishly creative while learning life's important lessons." Winner of the Silver Spur Award of 2003.; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall; Signed by Author
005500 
Price: 25.00 USD

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