What a Girl Can Make and Do, New Ideas for Work and Play.

Beard, Lina and Adelia B. Beard.

Edité par New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904/1902; red and olive cloth decorated boards, 8vo; 391 pp including 620 original figures and other drawings in text + 4 pp ads, 1904
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Titre : What a Girl Can Make and Do, New Ideas for ...

Éditeur : New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904/1902; red and olive cloth decorated boards, 8vo; 391 pp including 620 original figures and other drawings in text + 4 pp ads

Date d'édition : 1904

Reliure : Hardcover

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CONDITION: Good Minus; neat 1906 name, attractive blank period chromolitho Liberty bookplate; hinges cracked and net showing on front and back, loose but holding firm, extremities and edges worn, boards and edges darkening, one plate loose and very worn Juvenile hardcover. "This new century, bringing with it the strong, healthy, independent, athletic American girl, makes a demand for new opportunities for the exercise of both mind and body. Resourcefulness and a wish to do things for one's self are American traits strongly developed in the girls as well as in the boys." A companion volume to the American Girl's Handybook, by the same authors (and recommended by Louisa M. Alcott). A wonderful collection, from Chapter One, What a Girl Can Do With a Hammer and Saw, through a peanut Noah's ark, through a miniature feast out of wild objects, a milkweed fish, a pine cone pineapple. It also has rules for games including girls' basketball. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. . N° de réf. du libraire 17609

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