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    Anne Anderson & Alan Wright [illustrators]. Natalie-Joan. Tales For Teeny Wee. In Two Parts. [i.e.. Together with]: Sing Song Stories By Agnes Grozler Herbertson. (with separate title page on page 101 with continuous pagination). Both parts illustrated by Anne Anderson & Alan Wright. Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Company, [no date, circa 1935].

    First edition. Quarto. 248 pp. Illustrated with black and white line drawings and with eight color plates by Anne Anderson. Publisher's original binding of yellow cloth back over illustrated paper boards, lettered in black.

    Original illustrated dust jacket. Book is very clean and tight, slight shelf-wear, some light browning around the edges, one page with a small faint soiled spot, jacket with mild chips and tears around the edges, mostly minor. A very nice copy in excellent condition. Clean inside and out.


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