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THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL by Angela Brazil - 1st Edition - 1916 - from jakoll (SKU: 3335)

THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL

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THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL

by Angela Brazil

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  • near fine
  • Hardcover
  • First
Condition
Near FINE/No Jacket
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About This Item

London-Glasgow-UK: Blackie & Sons, 1916. THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL- Angela Brazil- Illustrated by H. L. Bacon- Blackie & Son-London/Glasgow-nd[1916]-1st Edition- Hardcover:-8vo- Near Fine/ no dj- Illustrated cloth boards in black blue and brown-very minimal rubbing, tight and square- 296pp all clean, lightly age toned which is normal for issue- no tears, and only writing is a presentation (neaty written) to a 5th grade student-SEE PHOTOS-Illustrated with frontis and three plates by H L Bacon, edition probably 1916, decorated cloth with three girls with bobbed hair, carrying field hockey sticks. - Keywords: Fiction-juvenile-Virtual Fair Girl's School Story-illustrated- Very scarce in this nice a condition- World Cat lists this edition as the 1916 1st-The luckiest girl in the school- Author: Angela Brazil- Publisher: London ; Glasgow : Blackie & Son, [1916]-OCLC Number: 32254916-Description: 296 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.-Responsibility: by Angela Brazil. (Only 4 illustrated plates as per 1916 edition) (3335) . 1st Edition. Illustrated Cloth. Near FINE/No Jacket. Illus. by H. L. Bacon. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

Synopsis

From the book:There's no doubt about it, we really must economize somehow! sighed Mrs. Woodward helplessly, with her house-keeping book in one hand, and her bank pass-book in the other, and an array of bills spread out on the table in front of her. "Children, do you hear what I say? The war will make a great difference to our income, and we can't - simply can't - go on living in exactly the old way. The sooner we all realize it the better. I wish I knew where to begin." "Might knock off going to church, and save the money we give in collections!" suggested Percy flippantly. "It must tot up to quite a decent sum in the course of a year, not to mention pew rent!" His mother cast a reproachful glance at him. "Now, Percy, do be serious for once! You and Winona are quite old enough to understand business matters. I must discuss them with somebody. As I said before, we shall really have to economize somehow, and the question is where to begin." "I saw some hints in a magazine the other day," volunteered Winona, hunting among a pile of papers, and fishing up a copy of The Housewife's Journal. "Here you are!

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Bookseller
jakoll CA (CA)
Bookseller's Inventory #
3335
Title
THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL
Author
Angela Brazil
Illustrator
H. L. Bacon
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Near FINE
Jacket condition
No Jacket
Edition
1st Edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Blackie & Sons
Place of Publication
London-Glasgow-UK
Date Published
1916
Keywords
Fiction-juvenile-Virtual Fair Girl's School Story-illustrated

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About jakoll

We specialize in Modern 1st Edition, Children's books, Vintage classics, vinyl records, original movie posters, sports cards, comics, postage stamps and coins.We only sell online at this time and have been doing so for over 30 years.

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