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Boston, MA: Houghton, Mifflin and Company (1906). Small 8vo; pictorial cloth covered boards with gilt lettering; hardcover; 235 pages; story first appeared in “The Youth’s Companion”; black and white illustrations; lightly edgeworn boards with slightly sunned pages else a very good clean tight copy.
New York; Random House, Inc.; 1958. 8vo; red embossed cloth backed boards with color pictorial endpapers; hardcover; Landmark Book; 176 pages; chipped corners lightly edgeworn boards with slightly sunned pages else a very good clean tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dust jacket with several small tears.
NY: Harper & Row. (1974). Stated. 1st. Edition; pictorial boards; 8vo. In this sequel to "Freaky Friday, "Annabel is inspired to do good deeds by a television that broadcasts tomorrow' s programs. Annabel's boyfriend,Boris, thinks such a TV will help him to do well at the racetrack.”; very good in.....
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company (1946). Stated First Edition; 8vo; pictorial cloth covered boards; hardcover; 271 pages; color and black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a lightly edgeworn and soiled pictorial dust jacket with a summary of Paul Revere on Horseback by same authors on back flap.
NY: : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1945. 8vo. gray cloth covered boards, hardcover, pictorial endpapers; 218 pages; black and white illustrations; name and address of former owner on front free endpaper; lightly, edgeworn covers with some fading, else a very good, clean, tight copy in a sunned and edgeworn dustjacket.