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1 6094 ATHERTON, Nancy Aunt Dimity's Death
Softcover; Mass Market PB Penguin: NY; c1992, 1993; Reprint 244 pages Very Good  
Faint spine creases, covers creased and lightly edgeworn, page edges pale yellow; interior pages clean, none loose. ; This first title in the Aunt Dimity series introduces us to Aunt Dimity, Lori Sheperd and the law firm of Willis & Willis. Recommended.; "I love 'Aunt Dimity's Death' and 'Aunt Dimity and the Duke'."- Jerri C. of the ATS, AT and DES email discussion lists. Also recommended by Suzi S., Julie B., and Geraldine H. of the DES email discussion list.  
Price: 5.00 USD
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Cuckoo in Spring, The, CADELL, Elizabeth
2 7306 CADELL, Elizabeth Cuckoo in Spring, The
Hardcover William Morrow & Company: NY; 1954; First US Edition 214 pages Very Good in Very Good- dust wrapper 
A rather scarce US first edition. Clean green cloth binding lightly edgeworn (not worn to boards). Clean interior pages pale yellow, edges a bit darker with a few small soil spots. No binding problems, a nice copy. Price clipped dust wrapper by Mircea Vasiliu browned and edgeworn with some small chips and closed tears. Sunned spine and light soil to what were once white portions of dust wrapper.; A delightful early novel by this author featuring the Hurst family and the beautiful and resourceful Alexandra Bell. Recommended.; "Charm and lightness are the hallmarks
That identify a Cadell
(And in case you've ever wondered
That's pronounced to rhyme with paddle.) "- from a 1953 dust wrapper of 'Crystal Light'. This author recommended by several members of the DE Stevenson email discussion group including Anna B., Shaun L., Carol K., Jane S., and Jerri C. (also of the ATS and Angela Thirkell email discussion group.) Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 98.50 USD
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3 6563 CRISPIN, Edmund [Robert Bruce Montgomery] The Edmund Crispin Treasury Volume 2: Swan Song, Love Lies Bleeding, Buried for Pleasure
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Mystery Guild: Garden City, NY; 502 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
No publicaton date; most recent copyright date is 1976. Spine ends lightly bumped, a few faint smudges to page edges, some page edge corners lightly creased; pages clean, no binding problems. Illustrated dust wrapper edgeworn with a few light creases. A nice copy. ; Omnibus edition with three mysteries (originally published in 1947, 1948, and 1949) featuring Gervase Fen, Oxford don, literary critic, and sleuth. "Swan Song" was also published as 'Dead and Dumb'. In addition to his nine, highly acclaimed, Gervase Fen novels, the author wrote concert music and the scores for almost 50 feature films under the name Bruce Montgomery.; This author recommended by Tom J. and Jerri C. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. 
Price: 32.50 USD
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4 5842 EAGER, Edward Seven Day Magic
Softcover; Trade PB Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: San Diego; c1962, 1986; Reprint Illustrated by N.M. Bodecker: Very Good  
B&W Illustrations; 156 pages; Faint cover creases and edgewear, no spine creases, remainder mark on bottom edge, page edges lightly yellowed. A nice copy.; This magical adventure for the five children (Barnaby, John, Susan, Abbie, and Fredrika) begins when Susan checks out an old and battered library book that the librarian, after giving Susan a mysterious look, tells her must be returned in 7 days. Need we tell you the book is magic? Highly recommended.; "One of my top two favourite books by this author."- Jerri C. of the ATS, AT and DES email discussion groups.  
Price: 5.25 USD
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5 5988 GALLICO, Paul Coronation
Hardcover Doubleday: Garden City, NY; 1962; First US Edition Very Good+ in Very Good dust wrapper  
138 pages; Spine ends very lightly bumped and worn; pages pale yellow. Clipped dust wrapper is lightly edgeworn with a few tiny closed tears. A very nice copy. ; "The Claggs, a working class family of five from near Sheffield, decide to replace their yearly holiday to the sea side with a trip to London to see Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation procession . A relative gets them discounted tickets to very good viewing location. When the family arrives they discover the building doesn't exist, the tickets are counterfeit. The day seems a disaster, but somehow each family member returns home laden with gifts and riches far beyond their expectations, which will remain with them for the rest of their lives." ; Recommended by Jerri C. and Ede J. of of the ATS and AT email discussion list. "This author has some great books and Coronation is one of my top ten favorites." -Ede  
Price: 11.75 USD
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Gallico Magic [Mrs. 'arris Goes to Paris, Mrs. 'arris Goes to New York, Mrs. 'arris Goes to Parliament, The Snow Goose, The Small Miracle, Ludmila, and Coronation], GALLICO, Paul
6 6808 GALLICO, Paul Gallico Magic [Mrs. 'arris Goes to Paris, Mrs. 'arris Goes to New York, Mrs. 'arris Goes to Parliament, The Snow Goose, The Small Miracle, Ludmila, and Coronation]
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Nelson Doubleday: Garden City; 1967; 477 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
Spine ends and corners lightly bumped and worn, page edges yellowed (flaws seen before in this edition), top page edges dampstained; interior pages clean, no binding problesm. Edgeworn dust wrapper has one inch closed tear. ; An omnibus edition containing the three delightful Mrs. 'Arris titles and four other loved tales. The first Mrs. 'Arris story, a charming story about Mrs. Ada Harris, a widowed London charlady, and the people she encounters while on a trip to Paris to obtain her heart's desire, a dress designed by Christian Dior, was published in the UK as "Flowers for Mrs. 'Arris". "Coronation" tells the story of a family coming to London for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.; Recommended by Jerri C. and Ede J. of of the ATS and AT email discussion list. "This author has some great books and Coronation is one of my top ten favorites." -Ede J. Cover matches sample image. 
Price: 29.75 USD
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7 5409 HEYER, Georgette These Old Shades
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Book-Of-The-Month Club: London; c1926, 1950; 352 pages Fair 
Orange cloth binding soiled and worn (not to boards), book is cocked, spine ends and corners bumped. Front free endpaper removed, previous owner signature and number on half title page, page edges yellowed and soiled, a few page corners creased. No dust wrapper. ; Is this book a sequel to Heyer's first novel, 'The Black Moth'? Many names and situations seem to be related, but with a "twist". Justin, Duke of Avon, finds a young boy fleeing from his abusive brother, and gives him a job as his page. This young person resembles Justin's long time enemy, the Comte de Saint-Vire, who shows great but subdued interest in him. A swashbuckling adventure tale, complete with plenty of romance, set in Paris and England in the 1750's.; Recommended by Jerri C. of the DES and AT email discussion groups. "One of my favourite authors."- Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DE Stevenson email discussion group. 
Price: 11.00 USD
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Monstrous Regiment of Women, A, KING, Laurie
8 6439 KING, Laurie Monstrous Regiment of Women, A
Hardcover St Martins Press: NY; 1995; First US Edition; First Printing 326 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends bumped and very lightly worn, page edges have a few light smudges. Unclipped dust wrapper is very lightly edgeworn and rubbed. A very nice copy. ; Mary Russell's studies at Oxford are completed and her adventures with Sherlock Holmes continue in this second mystery in the series. Highly recommended.; King names the Lord Peter books by Sayers as books she re-reads often because of the wonderful language, and implies that they are one of the major influences that taught her to write as a British person of the time period. (Lord Peter makes a cameo apperance in "A Letter of Mary".) This series recommended by Jerri C. of the ATS and the AT and DES email discussion groups. 
Price: 28.75 USD
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Family Vault, The, MACLEOD, Charlotte
9 7066 MACLEOD, Charlotte Family Vault, The
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Doubleday: NY; 1979; 184 pages Good+ 
Although not stated this feels like a book club edition. Spine ends and corners bumped and worn, covers soiled, book is cocked, a few page edges soiled. No dust wrapper. A reading copy.; Sarah Kelling of Boston meets Max Bittersohn for the first time. 'Great-uncle Frederick has passed away, and the Kelling clan of Boston has made plans to put the old gentleman's remains in the family vault on Beacon Hill. When the vault is opened, however, there's someone already there that no one could have ever expected -- the skeleton of a burlesque queen who disappeared thirty years ago!'; This author recommended by Sally P, Jane S, Mary Anne H, Luette S, Anne S, Anna B, and Leslie amonst others of the DES email discussion group as well as by Tom J and Jerri C of the AT and DES email discussion groups and the ATS. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 6.75 USD
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Resurrection Man, The, MACLEOD, Charlotte
10 7303 MACLEOD, Charlotte Resurrection Man, The
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Mysterious Press: NY; 1992; 208 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
A lovely copy. Spine tail bumped and faintly worn, dust wrapper lightly edgeworn with a tiny closed tear at rear flap and a few short creases to front flap.; The tenth murder mystery featuring art detectives Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn.; This author recommended by Sally P, Jane S, Mary Anne H, Luette S, Anne S, Anna B, and Leslie amonst others of the DES email discussion group as well as by Tom J and Jerri C of the AT and DES email discussion groups and the ATS. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 7.75 USD
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Path Through the Trees, The, MILNE, Christopher
11 6875 MILNE, Christopher Path Through the Trees, The
Hardcover E. P. Dutton: NY; 1979; First US Edition 268 pages Very Good- in Very Good dust wrapper 
About a dozen pages have passages underlined in red ink, previous owner wrote page numbers and comments on rear pastedown also in red ink. Boards faintly soiled, page edges yellowed and faintly soiled, several page corners creased. Unclipped dust wrapper, sunned spine, lightly edgeworn, white portions lightly soiled.; This second memoir by the man who was the basis for 'Christopher Robin' begins at the onset of World War II. It tells of the year he spent in Italy after the war was over and of his life and family in Devon where he was a bookseller.; Recommended by Jerri C. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. Dust wrapper matches sample image. 
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Bewildering Cares, PECK, Winifred
12 7390 PECK, Winifred Bewildering Cares
Softcover; Trade PB Dean Street Press: London; c1940, 2016; 191 pages New 
A new book received with faint edgewear. One of the Furrowed Middlebrow imprints. This new edition includes an introduction by social historian Elizabeth Crawford.; Camilla Lacely's charming, witty diary of life as a vicar's wife in a mid-sized town outside of Manchester in the anxious, early days of World War II. The 'everything and nothing' that happens include a controversy swirling around the curate's pacifist sermon (through which, alas, Camilla napped, making it difficult for her to discuss with outraged parishioners), servant problems, anxieties about Camilla's son off training with his regiment, the day-to-day worries of friends, and a potential romance in the town ... or are there two romances?
Readers of Bewildering Cares might well be reminded of the likes of E.M. Delafield or Angela Thirkell, but Peck offers her own distinct take--sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching--on the ironies and heartbreaks (not to mention the storms in teacups) of domestic life, community, faith and life during wartime. Review from the original publication '(Winifred Peck) deserves our real gratitude for making us laugh in these troublous days' -Times Literary Supplement
; This review by Jerri C. of the Anglea Thirkell Society, and AT and DES email discussion groups will have special resonance with fellow Thirkell admirers. "This novel covers one week in the life of Camilla Lacely, a vicar's wife in a fictional town much like Northbridge. The week is March 1940, during the end of 'Cheerfulness Breaks In'. Camilla deals with many of the same issues, but she has a special source of support. She can read Thirkell novels! At one point she has been asked to read aloud to entertain a "working party", but instead of the suggested George Eliot: "I tried instead bits of The Diary of a Provincial Lady and The Demon in the House by Angela Thirkell, with unparalleled success. They would hardly allow me to stop. . ." Later in the book, after an exhausting day, while her husband reads Wodehouse, Camilla's choice is "Wild Strawberries by Angela Thirkell, which I have read thirty times already and will probably read thirty more. . ." With such a great taste in literature, how can one not relate to Camilla or her creater Winifred Peck? Thirkell is also mentioned in the introduction to this novel. " Also recommended by several other members of the AT and DES email discussion groups. Cover matches stock image. 
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13 3609 PETERS, Ellis [Edith Pargeter] Black is the Colour of My True-Love's Heart
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Wm Morrow And Co.: New York; 1967; Good+ in Very Good dust wrapper  
221 pages; Spine ends bumped and worn; corners worn to boards. Page edges age yellowed, interior pages clean. Dust wrapper extremities edgeworn with a few tiny chips, a tiny hole in front panel, white rear panel is age browned. ; One of the Inspector Felse mysteries, this novel features murder at a folk music festival. ; Recommended by Jerri C. of the AT and DES email discussion groups. "Sixth in the series. This book skillfully combines the world of folk music with a murder mystery. Although Inspector Felse is the official detective, major characters in the book are his teenage son Dominic and Dominic's girlfriend since they are attending the folk music program at which mysterious happenings occur. A very good book by the author of the Brother Cadfael mysteries. "  
Price: 9.75 USD
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14 3939 PETERS, Ellis [Edith Pargeter] Holy Thief, The
Softcover; Mass Market PB Mysterious Press: New York; c1992, 1994; Very Good  
237 pages; Spine and cover creases, spine a bit curved, light edgewear, page edges pale yellow; interior pages clean, none loose. ; Number nineteen in the Brother Cadfael series takes place in Shrewsbury, England during the autumn of 1144. Rising flood waters and visiting monks endanger the abbey's sacred relic, the remains of Saint Winifred. ; This series recommended by Sally C. and by Jerri C. of the AT and DES email discussion lists. ; Brother Cadfael  
Price: 4.00 USD
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Cut to the Quick, ROSS, Kate
15 6125 ROSS, Kate Cut to the Quick
Softcover; Mass Market PB Penguin: NY; c1993, 1994; 337 pages Very Good- 
Light spine and cover creases, light edgewear, front free endpaper removed, a few page corners creased; interior pages clean, none loose.; Our introduction to the unflappable Julian Kestrel, 'the very model of a proper Beau Brummel-except for his unusual willingness to plunge headlong into murder investigations. And an investigation's hard to avoid when, during an elegant weekend at a friend's country estate, a beautiful young murder victim turns up in his bed. With the help of his Cockney manservant, Dipper, Kestrel sets out to find the killer'. Highly recommended, unfortunately there are only four mysteries in this series as the author passed away in 1998.; Recommended by Jerri C. of the ATS and the Georgette Heyer, Angela Thirkell, and DE Stevenson e-mail discussion groups. 
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Devil in Music, The, ROSS, Kate
16 7127 ROSS, Kate Devil in Music, The
Softcover; Mass Market PB Penguin: NY; c1997, 1998; First Paperback Edition 496 pages Very Good 
No spine creases but book curved/bent as if stored for a long time in a box that was too full (?), covers have light edgewear; interior pages clean, none loose.; The fourth and, unfortunately, final mystery in the Regency Julian Kestrel series, is set in early 19th century Northern Italy. Highly recommended, there are only four mysteries in this enjoyable series as the author passed away in 1998.; 'At a mist-shrouded villa on Lake Como, an Italian nobleman is grooming a young English tenor for a career on the glittering operatic stage. Before their sojourn is over, one will die by violence and the other will disappear. Enter Julian Kestrel, Regency dandy and amateur sleuth. Travelling on the Continent with his ex-pickpocket valet, Dipper, Kestrel is irresistibly drawn into this baffling murder case. Among the suspects are a runaway wife and her male soprano lover; a liberal nobleman at odds with Italy's Austrian overlords; a mocking Frenchman with perfect pitch; and a beautiful, clever woman who begins to haunt Kestrel's dreams. Soon Kestrel is caught between the shadowy Carbonari - secret rebels against the Austrians - and the equally ruthless Austrian-sponsored police. But at the heart of the mystery is the captivating tenor known only as "Orfeo." Was he a political agent? A callous adventurer? A jealous lover? These questions take on a new urgency when the killer strikes again. And as Kestrel uncovers the truth, he risks becoming the next victim. '

Recommended by Jerri C. of the ATS and the Georgette Heyer, Angela Thirkell, and DE Stevenson e-mail discussion groups and by Norma H. Image is actual copy on offer. 
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Whom the Gods Love, ROSS, Kate [Katherine Jean Ross]
17 7008 ROSS, Kate [Katherine Jean Ross] Whom the Gods Love
Softcover; Mass Market PB Penguin: NY; c1995, 1996; 382 pages Very Good- 
Spine lightly creased, covers edgeworn, laminate beginning to lift at edges, pages pale yellow but clean, none loose.; The third mystery in this enjoyable series set in Regency England. Unfortunately the author died quite young and there are only four books featuring the 'dandyish man-about-town' amateur sleuth Julian Kestrel.; "Alexander Falkland hasn't an enemy in the world. Young, talented, and charming, he shines in every field he enters: law, architecture, the investment market. But one night his luck runs out with a vengeance. In the midst of one of his famous parties, he is found with his head smashed, a bloodstained poker beside him. No wonder the inscription on his grave reads: Whom the Gods Love Die Young.

When the Bow Street Runners fail to solve the crime, Alexander's distraught father turns to Julian Kestrel, elegant dandy and intrepid amateur sleuth. Soon Kestrel is up to his ears in suspects-and enigmas. Who was Alexander, really? Social reformer or butterfly, devoted husband or rake? Kestrel must peel off one mask after another, until at last he discovers an Alexander no one knew -- except, perhaps, the killer."

Recommended by Jerri C. of the ATS and the Georgette Heyer, Angela Thirkell, and DE Stevenson e-mail discussion groups and by Norma H. Image is actual copy on offer. 
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Busman's Honeymoon, SAYERS, Dorothy L.
18 6972 SAYERS, Dorothy L. Busman's Honeymoon
Softcover; Mass Market PB HarperCollins: NY; c1937, 1995; 403 pages Very Good 
This is 'the last of the Wimsey mysteries completed by Dorothy Sayers. And while murder is hardly the best way for the newlyweds to begin their honeymoon, it is certainly the most appropriate. Their married life begins when the former owner of their newly acquired estate is found quite dead in the cellar. What Lord Peter hopes to be a private and romantic stay in the country becomes a baffling case, what with a misspelled "notise" to the milkman and a dead man who has not a spot of blood on his smashed skull and not a pence less than six hundred pounds in his pocket. In short, as Lord Peter says, "Back to the old grind. Rigor mortis and who-saw-him-last, blood-prints, information received and it-is-my-dooty-to-warn-you." Together, the newlyweds pursue the truth to its less than happy ending even as they look ahead to their lives together.' Recommended.; Light spine creases, covers creased and lightly edgeworn, pages and inside covers age browned; pages clean, none loose. ; "Busman's Honeymoon has everything—mystery, comedy, love, and drama—all served up in Dorothy Sayers's best style."—NYTimes This author highly recommended by many Anglophile Books readers including Jerri C. of the ATS and the AT and DES email discussion groups. Image is actual copy on offer. 
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Baker's Daughter, The [Miss Bun, the Baker's Daughter], STEVENSON, D.E. [Dorothy Emily]
19 7414 STEVENSON, D.E. [Dorothy Emily] Baker's Daughter, The [Miss Bun, the Baker's Daughter]
Softcover; Trade PB Sourcebooks Landmark: Napierville, IL; c1938, 2016; 275 pages Very Good+ 
A new book received with faint edgewear, pale tan page edges, and some smudges to bottom page edges.; Published in Great Britain as 'Miss Bun, the Baker's Daughter'. This was the first DE Stevenson book submitted to and published by Collins. It was said to be Sir William Collins's favourite DES book and the best he ever read about Scotland and the Scottish people.

Sue Pringle has never met anyone like John Darnay before. A painter who roams the countryside with brush in hand, Darnay is so absorbed in his art that he can barely remember to feed himself-a stark contrast to the practical shopkeepers and shepherds of her tiny village.

Working as his housekeeper allows Sue to observe the eccentric Darnay unnoticed as he goes about his work translating the beautiful Scottish countryside onto canvas... ; 'Another fine story by D. E. Stevenson, most of it set in Scotland, although "Miss Bun" does travel to London and The Netherlands. The British title is an allusion to the card game "Happy Families". Players collect sets of four cards belonging to a family. The Baker's family is composed of Mr., Mrs., Miss, and Master Bun.

"This is a story of Sue Pringle, the daughter of a baker, and her friends, family and employers. It is set between WWI and WWI, and is a complex tale. It includes romance, family conflict, the challenges of learning to know oneself, and much more. It also addresses the English/Scots class system as it was in those years between the wars. Social history, entertainment, and much more. A D. E. Stevenson novel is always a delight.'-Jerri C. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. Cover matches stock image. 
Price: 14.99 USD

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Found in the Attic, STEVENSON, D.E. [Dorothy Emily]
20 6927 STEVENSON, D.E. [Dorothy Emily] Found in the Attic
Softcover; Trade PB Greyladies: Edinburgh; 2013; 267 pages B&W Photographs: New 
A new book. ; A selection from the unpublished papers 'found in the attic' by the author's granddaughter. They include short stories (including a gentle revenge on critics, an eccentric maid, a ventriloquist desperate for work and a very human burglar); verse (a burlesque, some war poems); two delightfully witty one-act plays, and articles and talks on books and writing. Illustrated with some wonderful family photographs. The articles on books and writing especially offer a compelling insight into this beloved author. Recommended.This edition now out of print.; "A very interesting glimpse into the mind and personality of D.E. Stevenson." From the wonderful preface by Jerri Chase, member of the ATS, and AT and DE Stevenson discussion groups. Also recommended by Sylvia C. of the DES email discussion group. 
Price: 21.95 USD
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21 6324 TOTH, Susan Allen My Love Affair with England : a Traveler's Memoir
Hardcover Ballentine Books: New York; 1992; First Edition 320 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends very slightly bumped, tiny tear to front pastedown. Unclipped dust wrapper, faintly rubbed and edgeworn. A very nice copy.; A collection of delightful essays and several useful travel tips. The author 'explored the countryside, traveled both second-class and in luxury, theatre-hopped, hunted for ghosts, and honeymooned'. A book that Anglophiles will especially enjoy and wish they had written. Recommended.; Recommended by Jerri C., Julie B., and Sally R. of the DES email discussion group. 
Price: 14.50 USD
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By the Shores of Silver Lake, WILDER, Laura Ingalls
22 7043 WILDER, Laura Ingalls By the Shores of Silver Lake
Softcover; Trade PB Scholastic: NY; c1939, 2002; Reprint 291 pages Illustrated by Garth Williams; B&W Illustrations: Very Good+ 
Pages pale brown, covers have faint edgewear but no spine or cover creases as book is unread. A lovely copy.; The fifth book in this beloved author's "Little House" series with wonderful b&w illustrations by Garth Williams. The Ingalls family leave Plum Creek for the unsettled Dakota Territory when Laura is twelve. The family become some of the first settlers of the town of DeSmet.; Little House; This series recommended by Jerri C. and Holly H. of the AT and DES email discussion groups and the ATS and many other members of the DES email discussion group including Sulie P., Marjorie B., Susan M. , Judith L., Sue D., Miriam N. and Betty K. Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
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Farmer Boy, WILDER, Laura Ingalls
23 7045 WILDER, Laura Ingalls Farmer Boy
Softcover; Trade PB Scholastic: NY; c1933, 2002; Reprint 372 pages Illustrated by Garth Williams; B&W Illustrations: Very Good+ 
Inside of covers browned, covers have faint edgewear but no spine or cover creases as book is unread, page edges pale brown. ; Another book in this beloved author's "Little House" series with wonderful b&w illustrations by Garth Williams. The Farmer Boy is Almanzo Wilder who lived on a big farm in New York as a young boy.; Little House; This series recommended by Jerri C. and Holly H. of the AT and DES email discussion groups and the ATS and many other members of the DES email discussion group including Sulie P., Marjorie B., Susan M. , Judith L., Sue D., Miriam N. and Betty K. 'I love "Farmer Boy" by Laura Ingalls Wilder for it's food. All those yummy things that Almanzo remembered from his boyhood, and all before cholesterol had been discovered!' - Jerri C. Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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First Four Years, The, WILDER, Laura Ingalls
24 7057 WILDER, Laura Ingalls First Four Years, The
Softcover; Trade PB Scholastic: NY; c1971, 2002; Reprint 289 pages Illustrated by Garth Williams; B&W Illustrations: Very Good+ 
Inside of covers browned, covers have faint edgewear but no spine or cover creases as book is unread, page edges light brown.; The ninth book in this beloved author's "Little House" series with wonderful b&w illustrations by Garth Williams was first published after LIW's death in 1968. Laura and Almanzo's new life on a small prairie homestead.; Little House; This series recommended by Jerri C. and Holly H. of the AT and DES email discussion groups and the ATS and many other members of the DES email discussion group including Sulie P., Marjorie B., Susan M. , Judith L., Sue D., Miriam N. and Betty K. Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
Price: 6.25 USD
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Little House on the Prairie, WILDER, Laura Ingalls
25 7021 WILDER, Laura Ingalls Little House on the Prairie
Softcover; Trade PB Scholastic: NY; c1935, 2002; Reprint 335 pages Illustrated by Garth Williams; B&W Illustrations: Near Fine 
This lovely unread copy has faint edgewear and palest yellow page edges.; The second book in this beloved author's "Little House" series with wonderful b&w illustrations by Garth Williams. The Ingalls family leave the Big Woods of Wisconsin and travel to Kansas where farm life can be difficult but the family is kept busy and happy.; Little House; This series recommended by Jerri C. and Holly H. of the AT and DES email discussion groups and the ATS and many other members of the DES email discussion group including Sulie P., Marjorie B., Susan M. , Judith L., Sue D., Miriam N. and Betty K. Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
Price: 7.25 USD
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