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Vintage

I Can Read Books, Pair

N.P.Trent Antiques

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; cluck light wear on cover, hattie has owner's names
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
6.25" W x 8.75" H
Color/Finish:
n/a

Why We Love This

The Strange Disappearance of Arthur Cluck by Nathaniel Benchley. New York: Harper Row, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover lacking dust jacket. Mama Cluck loses Arthur, her baby chick, the owl detective finds him boxed for shipment to the children's zoo. Hattie Be Quiet, Hattie Be Good by Dick Gackenbach. New York: Harper Row, 1977. Hardcover lacking dust jacket. Hattie's helpfulness is unappreciated by her mother and her sick friend, Shirley Rabbitfoot.
As described by N.P.Trent Antiques

About N.P.Trent Antiques

N.P. Trent Antiques has been a sought-after resource for New York and Florida collectors and design professionals for more than a quarter of a century. Located in Kinderhook, NY, the showroom specializes in period English and continental furniture, art, and decorative accessories.