Ned's Elevator Ride and other stories

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Edité par Boston: Estes and Lauriat, The Rockwell Publishing Company, Rockwell and Churchill press (copyright 1882 - 1887 annually) 1887 on tp; glazed paper boards and spine with an all-around chromolithograph showing Ned at home in the jungle and Ned tugging on the elevator rope in the city, plain endpapers, 8.3x10.3; 46 pp., 1887
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Titre : Ned's Elevator Ride and other stories

Éditeur : Boston: Estes and Lauriat, The Rockwell Publishing Company, Rockwell and Churchill press (copyright 1882 - 1887 annually) 1887 on tp; glazed paper boards and spine with an all-around chromolithograph showing Ned at home in the jungle and Ned tugging on the elevator rope in the city, plain endpapers, 8.3x10.3; 46 pp.

Date d'édition : 1887

Reliure : Hardcover

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CONDITION: Good; neat, light penciled gift inscription, darkening pages are flat and clean, except for small spot on p 35; front hinge is starting and partially separated, so binding is fragile but holding; much wear to card on board corners and heavily chipped spine, but clean and bright. Picture Book Hardcover Ned is a large monkey with a great ambition, to pull the rope-driven elevator just as his friends the elevator boys do. We see him inside the elevator on a red bench gleefully pulling on the rope for the ascent. The illuminated binding shows wonderful artwork illustrating Ned's history and personality! Otherwise this book contains many short, pleasant, non-moralistic stories of interest to young children and those wondering about child life in the 1880's, reprinted from "Our Little Ones and the Nursery", William T. Adams, (Oliver Optic), editor. The illustrations are taken from various artists and the paper quality is fairly good. Appears in the Publisher's autumn announcement for 1887, in Bowker's Publisher's Weekly. Although a Little Ones annual was published, this book seems an uncommon format. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. . N° de réf. du libraire 19378

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Libraire : Truman Price & Suzanne Price
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