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Protected in plastic bag. Soiling to wraps and title page. One corner has a crease. Spine is edge-worn with chipping and small tears. Text is clean and tight. Published by G. About this Item: G. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; DJ large piece missing on spine; Collection of history, period pieces, poems, essays, fiction, and adventure.
Writings of Rascoe by Cam Rascoe
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No ink names, bookplates, etc. Fine condition. Binding is light tan cloth with brown lettering on the spine; it is straight and tight. The spine is sunned, one corner is a little bumped as is the cloth at spine ends. There is one tiny snag in the cloth at the lower spine end. The interior is clean and tight without marks or tears, page edges and endpapers are a little foxed.
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Published by William Morrow, New York Condition: Near Fine. First printing no additional printings listed. Includes pieces and sketches that "never before appeared in print" by numerous "famous moderns", including Ford Madox Ford, Christopher Morley and Dorothy Parker. Very light shelfwear. Otherwise a fine, unmarked copy in a tight binding. The dust jacket is soiled and edgeworn, with two very small chips. In Brodart archival dust jacket protector. Published by Bookman Publishing Company. About this Item: Bookman Publishing Company. Fair book. LXVI, No.
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She had them ready to go by Something told her that Tom would most likely be a bit early. Sure enough, he was. He bought everything from hot cakes to egg mc muffins. Thomas stood back and smiled at their jubilation. He sucked up their accolades as Nancy walked over and gave him a side hug and a kiss on the cheek. It was so easy to please children and Tom knew that well.
He always loved his father more than his mother despite the man living across town with another family. Father was rarely present but whenever he arrived, he came with gifts. That was all a young Thomas needed. His dad would stay for a day or two, spending a lot of time alone with mom in the bedroom but when he emerged, Thomas could have anything he wanted for lunch or dinner. Yes, Thomas knew just how little it took to make little boys happy.
He knew that, and a few other things.
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Many tricks could be found up the sleeve of a seemingly harmless, go lucky Thomas Meade. On the way to the springs the boys were in high spirits and Nancy felt proud to have such a thoughtful, caring man in her life. The temperature was rising and it was only in the morning. None of them cared; they wanted to feel the wind on their faces so they rode with the windows down.
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They would be submerged in the cool waters of the spring soon enough. As they rode along they approached a slight hill and up ahead on the side of the road they could see that there was some kind of stand set up. Then they saw a sign. As they got closer they could make out two girls in bonnets with small animals in their arms and at their feet. Then they passed the final sign.
The boys were overjoyed. They pleaded with their mother and Thomas to stop and look at the animals. Nancy looked over at Thomas.
He smiled at her, squeezed her hand and gave a nod as he slowed the car so that he could pull over. One blonde, the other brunette they each offered warm inviting smiles. It was as if they were a real family. They pulled over in front of the stand, animals and the two little country cuties. The boys jumped out of the car and ran over to where the women and animals were. Nancy and Thomas followed behind, slowly walking with their hands locked.
Beyond the stand they could see a trail that led through the dense woods and to a clearing with the petting farm was located. The boys jumped with joy as they rushed over to pet the animals. Thomas noticed the gaffe as soon as he made it.