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Titre : Rusty's Space Ship
Éditeur : Garden City: Doubleday, 1957.
Date d'édition : 1957
Reliure : Hardcover
Very Good: clean, straight, solid; lightly pencilled name on front free endpaper; some 10 or 12 of the many b&w illustrations have been colored in, so carefully and well done that it might be seen as a positive touch! Hardcover, in puce cloth with drawing of the space lizard in yellow and black; 240 pp. As soon as Rusty and his sister build their wooden spaceship, a kid-sized lizard from outer space shows up looking for the metal saucer Rusty's tacked onto the nose. The lizard lifts the whole thing by brain power, but he's terribly absent-minded and can't really remember where he's going. so we get a tour of planets and moons of the solar system, filled with facts and fancy: on Mars one's step is very light and springy, it is cold and dusty and windy, and -- the canals are massive lines of ants going places! next stop is . . Book has many black-and-white illustrations. N° de réf. du libraire 996021
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ABN: Columbia Basin Books
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