New York: Harper & Row, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/good. Small 4to. Publisher's black quarter cloth over pictorial boards, in matching original dust jacket. A very good copy, in a good to very good jacket. DJ shows significant edgewear, top 1" of spine is missing, small tears here and there, some of which are covered by Scotch tape. Price clipped. Flaps lightly age-toned. Owner's ex-libris stamp to FFEP (Diane Wolkstein, storyteller). Else clean and bright; binding tight. Unpaginated.
A story of two children walking through Harlem, wondering about their future, and observing the plight of many others in their community. (Inventory #: 17992)
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