Boston: Little, Brown & Co., (1976). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. Small oblong 8vo. Publisher's blue cloth in oiriginal pictorial dust jacket. Near fine in a very good jacket. Two 1/2" tears to front panel and spine at corner, another inchlong tear to back panel. A couple small spots of soil; light wear to jacket at head of spine. Bright, clean throughout. Binding tight. 30pp.
Illustrated by Marcia Sewall. A girl fashions a man and a horse from porcelain smashed by her father. (Inventory #: 17989)
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