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Who's That Girl With The Gun? A Story of Annie Oakley

By: Quackenbush, Robert

Price: $8.00

Publisher: NY, Prentice Hall Books for Young Readers: 1987

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 41543

ISBN: 0139576711

Condition: Good +


1st edition exlib w/all pages and pocket present. Solid working copy in VG dj. 36 pp text shaken but no loose leaves. Story of sharpshooter Annie Oakley for kids. View more info

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The Man on The Flying Trapeze The Circus Life of Emmett Kelly Sr.

By: Quackenbush, Robert

Price: $20.00

Publisher: PA, J.B. Lippincott Co: 1975

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 28585

Condition: Near Fine


Brilliant 1st edition hardcover in red cloth boards with illustration of clown on trapeze on frt board. Internally fine save for former price in ink on illustrated fep. Very lightly abraded head of rear board near spine (not an eyesore, barely noticeable). More than presentable, charming tale of the world's most beloved Circus Clown Emmett Kelly Sr. told in words and song. View more info

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Funny Bunnies on the Run

By: Quackenbush, Robert

Price: $9.00

Publisher: NY, Clarion Books: 1989

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 19267

ISBN: 089919771X

Condition: Very Good


Shelf worn boards, text tight with occasional soil, Unclipped DJ has rubbed tips and a closed tear on front flap w/no loss of text, now in new mylar displays well. When the lights go out at home, the Bunny Family flips every switch with no success until the power returns and the bunnies find themselves in trouble when all the appliances go on at once. View more info

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Stage Door to Terror A Miss Mallard Mystery

By: Quackenbush, Robert

Price: $12.00

Publisher: NJ, Prentice Hall Press: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 19266

ISBN: 0138403643

Condition: Very Good


First edition hardcover in beige paper covered boards showing shelf wear on board feet. 48 pp text tight with occasional soil and some page turning wrinkles but no taped or marked out issues. 1/2" closed tear at the spine foot on two pages, no other tears in book. Pocket and all pages present. Original dj in new mylar complete but does have one call tag sticker on foot of spine and one library sticker on rear dj panel not covering any of the art there. In Paris to visit an old friend, Miss Mallard becomes involved in one of the most terrifying cases of her career centering around the ... View more info