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Schooldays at Hilltop Academy by Cyril Burleigh 1931

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1931

Category:

Children's

Topic:

Children's Series Books

Author:

Cyril Burleigh

Publisher:

The World Syndicate Publishing Company

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Item number:

863105

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Schooldays at Hilltop Academy by Cyril Burleigh 1931 Schooldays at Hilltop Academy Cyril Burleigh The World Syndicate Publishing Company Copyright 1931 Black and white drawing frontispiece The Hilltop Boys Series 190 pages The front hinge is weak, the rear hinge is broken and mesh is visible. All pages are present and attached. The pages are clean but tanned and have some scattered brown age spots. There is some lean to the right, the cover shows edge wear and the spine is faded. Fair. Hardcover. Chapter 1: "I say, Art, let's take a run down to the train. There will be sure to be some of the old fellows on it and perhaps some new ones." "Yes, for I heard the doctor tell Buck to have the coach and horses ready, as he expected several of the young gentlemen to come on the afternoon train. Why can't we go down with Buck instead of going alone?" "Because Mr. Bucephalus, called Buck for short, objects to doing any more work than he is obliged to. We can ride back with him. That is vastly preferable to pedaling up the hill." "So it is Harry, but I don't mind coasting down. Come on, there is the train now, just leaving the station below." (#000028)
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