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By: Anderson, O.M.
Publisher: The American Press (Minneapolis MN): 1922
Seller ID: 009364
Condition: Very Good
Norwegian/Danish Language. Used vintage book softcover copy in very good minus condition. Moderately age toned paper. Pages unmarked. Binding tight, book is intact. Minor visible soil, minor visible cover wear, including dog eared (slightly fanned out) corners, some pages with end of corner crease. O. M. Anderson is noted on the internet as a Norwegian American author. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info
Publisher: Moody Press: 1954-01-01
Seller ID: 011134
Condition: Used: Very Good.
Good Condition used paperback book titles Three Cheers for the Bangles by Aunt Theresa Worman, director of the KYB Club, Radio Station WMBI, Chicago, Illinois. Stori-Tel Series. A Bangles children book. Stories that children enjoy. Each book contains 64 pages with bright two color paper cover. Chicago: Moody Press, 1954. 7-3/8 x 5-1/8 inches, 19 cm. CONDTION NOTES: Pages unmarked. Intact binding. Moderate visible cover wear, minor outer soil. Typical vintage rust on vintage staples of saddle stitched binding. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info
Publisher: Big Idea, Inc.: 2007-10-09
Seller ID: 001010
New in original manufacture seal copy of The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's: The Story of a Prodigal Son. VeggieTales. One compact disc in case, sealed. Featuring the new Silly Song, Monkey. Bonus Features. Running Time: Approximately 49 minutes. NTSC. Big Idea, Inc., 2007. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info
Publisher: Religious Tract Society: 1881
Seller ID: 015586
Rare Book. Acceptable to Poor Antiquarian Condition: Moderate cover wear at extremities, moderate soil. Age-toned paper with scattered foxing. Full hinge break to spine page 75 to end with mostly loose leaves thereafter. Front endpapers inscription: Prize, awarded to Maggie S. Corne (?), Fraser's Mountain, for general progress, on October 28, 1886 by Ella J. Wuggom(?), Teacher. Antique hardcover book copy of Wives and Their Husbands by Mrs. George Gladstone (aka Jemima Compton). Ornate black and gilt stamped cover and spine. London: The Religious Tract Society, 1881. Christian moral tales dire... View more info
By: Nieritz, Gustav
Publisher: Augustana Book Concern (Rock Island IL): 1909
Edition: Swedish Language Edition
Seller ID: 008002
Condition: Used. Good.
Antiquarian hardcover book copy of Den Blinde Gossen (Swedish Language) of The Blind Boy: Tale for Children and Friends in the Swedish language, translated from the German book by [Karl] Gustav Nieritz (1795-1876) by O.V.H. (Oscar Vindician Holmgrain (1852-1930)). Rock Island IL: Augustana Book Concern, 1909. Illustrated: 4 color plates. 112 pages. 5 x 7 inches, 18 cm. Augustana Synod with various words included in its title was the Swedish Branch of the Lutheran Church in America. This book's cover has pictorial boards with cloth spine. On the first page (front free endpaper) is the name in p... View more info
Publisher: Grace and Truth Books: 2004
Seller ID: 008021
Condition: Used. Very Good
Very Good Plus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Very minor cover wear and outer soil. Used paperback book copy of The Weed with an Ill Name by George E. Sargent. Illustrations by Randy Read. Sand Springs OK: Grace and Truth Books, 2004. Republication of the edition published by the American Tract Society, 1864. First published in England by the Religious Tract Society, 1863. Authorship traced through documentable sources to George Eliel Sargent (1809-1883). 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 22 cm. 110 pages, 22 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info
By: Wendell, C.A.
Publisher: Augustana Book Concern: 1939
Seller ID: 015818
Condition: Very Good
Very Good Minus Condition: Cover shows lightly bumped quarters, other minor cover wear. Solid binding, binding lightly shaken. 1 notation, 2 bookmark creases, 1 exposed hinge (but not broken), Hardcover book copy of Perhaps I Was Dreaming by Claus August Wendell. Rock Island IL: Augustana Book Concern, 1939. 51 stories. 168 pages. 5.25 x 7.5 inches, 19 cm. Selection from the Greeting: As a matter of fact, it is nothing more than a collection of meditations, prayers, parables, and daydreams on various disconnected subjects. A few of them have appeared in the Lutheran Companion; most of them in ... View more info