London: Hutchinson's Books for Young People, c. 1944. inscribed in pencil on inside front cover, plastic covered dust jacket. 38 pp. Green cloth cover with color illustrated dust jacket that has been covered with plastic. Color illustrations interspersed with text and black and white sketches. Illustrated by Anne Rochester. The story of a May tree growing in Margaret May's yard. Margaret plans parties for her dolls under the tree but disobeys her mother and meets a goblin. The story grows dark until Margaret and her uncle discover their May tree is more than a may tree.OCLC: 7 (8/24/2016)7 1/2" x 9 1/2
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