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Jeptha and the New People by Marguerite Vance 1960 HC/DJ

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1960

Category:

Children's

Dust Jacket Condition:

Acceptable

Topic:

Children's Literature

Author:

Marguerite Vance

Publisher:

E. P. Dutton

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Item number:

864602

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Jeptha and the New People by Marguerite Vance 1960 HC/DJ Jeptha and the New People Marguerite Vance New York: E.P. Dutton, 1960 113 pages Illustrated by Robert MacLean Weekly Reader book club edition The binding is in acceptable condition, the pages are clean but edge tanned. The yellow cover is slightly discolored and has some small stains. The jacket is lightly scuffed and toned and has an attached bookmark on the rear flap. Good in good dust-jacket. Hardcover. Ever since his father had been lost at sea, Jeptha Brewster had gradually accepted the changes in his life. Then one day Jeptha read a brief notice in the weekly paper: "The former Samuel Custer residence on Route 1, Janesville Beach, has been leased by Miss Beatrice Pomeroy of New York and London." Jeptha was overcome with curiosity about the "new people." He'd heard they were a mad household with a rather strange boy about Jeptha's age, Indian servants, and a chained cheetah, of all things! These unusual people captured his imagination and broadened his viewpoint. He discovered in John a friend with a loyalty to match his own. And between them they worked out a wonderful solution for two families who had faced tragedy and learned to rise above it. (#000064)
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