Chicago: Follett Publishing Company, (1966). First American edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good +. 8vo. Publisher's yellow cloth in original pictorial dust jacket. A very good copy in a very good plus DJ. Very light edgewear to jacket. Some penciled-in notes to pages here and there. Two leaves have fallen out but remain in book. Else bright and sound. 94pp.
A story published in Japan three years prior, about a young girl named Yoshiko who wishes for traditional dolls with which to celebrate Hinamatsuri, or Doll's Day. (Inventory #: 17974)
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