Michael Crichton. The Franklin Library/Franklin Center, Pennsylvania/1990.
A Limited Edition privately printed and personally signed by the author exclusively for members of the
Signed First Edition Society. Excellent condition. Appears to have never been read. Leather binding with
gilt decoration and lettering. Gilt on all edges. Accompanying editor's letter included. Very Good.
Genre: Science Fiction, Suspense, Horror
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins.
Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel). New York/The Vanguard Press.
Beautiful book in very good dust jacket. Front jacket cover shows Bartholomew holding two red hats with white feathers.
There are nine red hats at his feet and one on his head. White text on black background with a grey block in the bottom
corner: Author of "And To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street" Inside front flap describes 500 Hats. Price is clipped.
Front cover has one red hat with white text on black background. Red cloth spine has no text. Front endpages go from
small hats on left to large hats on the right. Back endpages go from large hats on the left to small hats on the right.
Back flap of jacket advertises And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street. No price is listed. Back of jacket and
back cover are identical with one red hat with white feather on black background. Very light wear to corners.
Jacket has a few small tears, and one larger tear (about 1 1/2 inches) at the top of the back cover near the spine.
Jacket has been placed in mylar.Very Good. 1st Edition, 2nd Printing.
Genre: Children's Books
Get That Shot (Restricted).
United States Army. Army Air Forces 1943.
Booklet with Pasteboard cover and metal spiral binders. Prepared by the Army Air Forces operations analysis section in
collaboration with U.S. Navy and Central Flexible Gunnery Instructors School for the training of gunners on American bombers.
Provides instruction in how to hit an enemy fighter who is attacking the gunner's airplane. Deals with deflection, aim,
airplane speed and bullet trajectory. The booklet is in very good condition with two small spots on the back cover. Very good.
Genre: World War II
The Wayward Bus.
John Steinbeck. New York/The Viking Press/1947.
First edition, first printing with jacket. Dark reddish-orange cloth with blind-stamped bus showing up lighter
than rest of binding at lower right hand corner of front cover. Not Book of the Month club. Unclipped jacket.
Jacket has wear at corners with small closed tears along the edge and a 1/4 inch chip at the top of the spine.
Jacket has tanned on the inside. Book has light edge wear along the bottom as well as wear at corners.
Previous owner's name in ink on first inside page. No other marks. Hinges good. Pages tight. Jacket in mylar. Used-Good.
Genre: Classic Literature
The Story of Lassie His Discovery and Training.
John H. Rothwess and Rudd B. Weatherwax. New York/Duell, Sloan and Pearce.
First edition, first printing. Jacket has a few small chips and one tear on the top back. Jacket in mylar.
No markings. Price of $2.50 on jacket. Used-Good.
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