by PETERSON, Jeanne Whitehouse; Deborah Ray (Illustrator)
New York: Harper and Row, (1979). First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Oblong 4to. Publisher's boards in original dust jacket. Mild toning to jacket. Touches of shelf-soil and two scratches to front panel of dust jacket. Jacket mildly edge-worn, with some creasing at corners. Jacket clipped with price intact. Corners mildly bumped. Interior bright and clean. Very good. Unpaginated.
A book about a young girl, Emma Rose LaRue, and her conflicting feelings when her father leaves home. (Inventory #: 17498)
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