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PIERCY, Marge; WOOD, Ira

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Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, (1980). First Edition. 8vo. Black printed cloth. No jacket. SIGNED by both authors to half-title page. Trace handling wear, else bright, clean. 0895940280 (Item ID: 14418)

Lovely hardcover, signed edition of this collaborative work about a black family living in a white Boston neighborhood during the introduction of bussing. Amusingly, Ira Wood has risen to internet celbrity in recent years for his comedic, dry readings of popular song lyrics. 145pp.


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