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THE EVERYDAY TRAIN

EHRLICH, Amy; Martha Alexander (Illustrator)

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New York: The Dial Press, (1977). First Edition. Oblong 8vo. Publisher's pictorial boards in original dust jacket. Touches of soil to jacket with small spot soil at front panel. Price-clipped. A couple tiny spots of soil to boards. Interior bright and clean. Very good. (Item ID: 17405)

A handsome copy of this first edition, about a little girl named Jane who is fascinated with the freight trains that pass by her house.


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