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    Ray Bradbury. S Is for Space. New York: 1966. First edition with whimsical inscription by Bradbury.

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    Ray Bradbury. S Is for Space. New York: Doubleday, 1966. First edition. Inscribed by Bradbury on the front free endpaper: "B Is for B / Just as / S Is for Space / And / R. B. Is for / Ray Bradbury / [underline] / Oct. 10, 1984." Octavo. [237] pages. Publisher's blue cloth, spine stamped in red and white, price-clipped dust jacket. Jacket spine toned, mild edgewear and a few short tears, a few tape repairs to verso of jacket, cloth spine a bit toned, some light rubbing to binding. Still, a very good copy. From the collection of Bob O'Malley.

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