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JOHN HENRY: An American Legend

KEATS, Ezra Jack

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New York: Pantheon, (1965). First Edition. 4to. Publisher's gray cloth in second issue dust jacket. Several short tears to jacket, two larger tears resulting in creasing at spine ends. Two larger stains, one at top edge of front panel and at rear panel near fore edge, and a handful of small spots. Cloth fresh. Interior bright and clean. Very good. (Item ID: 17474)

An retelling of this classic American tale of a man who raced a steam drill with his hammer, illustrated by Caldecott Medal winner Ezra Jack Keats.



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