Titre : Les Bonnes Idees de Becassine.
Éditeur : Paris: Editions Gautier-Languereau, 18, Rue Jacob, Edition de la Semaine de Suzette, 1930/1924; grey paper boards with red spine with large painting of Becassine running through the streets with her umbrella; endpapers with green landscape pattern, 9x12.5 inches; 64 pp. (In French)
Date d'édition : 1930
Reliure : Hardcover
Illustrateur : /J. Pinchon, illustrator.
CONDITION: Very Good; child's pencil name; no names, binding tight, board edges worn to white and corners worn through, spine faded with headbands bumped, back rubbed, interior very clean and unwrinkled. Children's foreign language. French hardback. See several photos of this copy on oldchildrensbooks com. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. /J. Pinchon, illustrator. N° de réf. du libraire 19060
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ABN: Columbia Basin Books
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