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New York, NY, USA.: Heavy Metal Books, 1977. 52 PAGES. "All-new adventures of the most beautiful young woman in the history of space, as painted & told by her original creator, Jean-Claude Forest. A saga of time travel, black magic, interstellar conflict, and natural childbirth. To which is appended, for your reflection and delight, a retrospective of our heroine's previous exploits in print and on film." Illustrated in Full color, New story from Beyond Movie.. weight = 265 grams. >> Rubbing wear to covers.Sticker residue to frotn cover;. TRUE FIRST Edition COMICS Format Thus. Pictorial Illustrated Covers. Very Good to Fine. Illus. by Jean-Claude Forest. 12-1/2" x 9-1/2". Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK., Heavy Metal Books, 1977, Garden City: Doubleday, 1974. Stated First edition. Hardcover. As New/DJ Flap Clipped. A needlework teacher, quilter, free lance designer, lecturer, and author, artist designer in stitchery, wood, and graphics, Jean Ray Laury, born in 1928, and her easy-to-follow directions to combine lace, doilies, strips of tatting, etc. to produce absract fabric collages, flower and wall hangings, etc...With Introduction and 7 sections, including : Collages and Hangings.... Single-piece Panels and Hangings.... Fragments, Bits and Pieces.... Wardrobe Wearables.... Quilts and Covers.... Home Environment... Preparations of Needlework for Display. Appendix ( Embroidery Stitches . Quilting Techniques. .. Many striking photographic , full-page exampmes, such as ; " Butterfly Moth ". 48 " X 32 ".....Lace " Rabbit ", 6 "...." Wall Flowers ", 19 " X 38 "....." Fruit ". 15 " X 18 "..... "Moon ", 26 " X 26 "...." Peace Bird ", 12 " X 18 "..." Moon Doll " 12 " High..."Apple Doll 13 " Tall..." Madonna Of The Flowers ", 21" by 24 "Red covers. black binding, with white lettering on spine. ( 7 1/4 X 10 1/2 ) 109 pages. Dust Jacked front flap corner clpped, upper DJ cover edge mends. Book weighs 1 pound. sku 3372, Doubleday, 1974, Quantum Mechanix Inc.. TOY. 0894742005252 You can't take the sky from me. Stunning art print for fans of Firefly! Celebrate Joss Whedon's sci-fi television show's 10th anniversary. Measures 40-inches tall x 27-inches wide! This beautifully stark image of Firefly's Serenity silhouetted against a golden moon with quotes from Captain Mal Reynolds is yours to savor. The Firefly 10th Anniversary Celebration Lithograph is the same size as a movie one-sheet, measuring 40-inches tall x 27-inches wide, and is printed on 100-pound satin-finish paper. Celebrate Firefly 's 10th anniversary with this stunning art print! The Firefly 10th Anniversary Celebration Art Print features a striking image of Firefly-class spaceship Serenity, silhouetted black against a green background and large yellow moon with two Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds quotes: "You can't take the sky from me." and "But it ain't all buttons and charts, little albatross. You know what the first rule of flyin' is? Love. You can know all the math in the 'Verse, but take a boat in the air you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turning of worlds. Love keeps her in the air when she oughta fall down, tells ya she's hurt 'for she keens, makes her a home." September 20, 2002. That was the day the American space-western TV series Firefly premiered on the Fox network, bringing to life the adventures of Captain Malcolm Reynolds and his renegade crew aboard the spaceship Serenity. Despite the TV series' short lifespan of just 14 episodes, the enthusiasm for this iconic franchise from Joss Whedon continues to grow, boasting more fans each day. A decade later, Firefly is a worldwide phenomenon, achieving almost legendary status among people who love and create sci-fi. To celebrate Firefly's 10th anniversary, Quantum Mechanix is thrilled to present an homage from graphic designer Jeff Halsey. Halsey, a die-hard Firefly fan from Fresno, California, created this design after watching the TV series for the dozenth time. "[ Firefly ] taps into the themes of freedom and creating a family that really resonate with me," says Jeff. "The show may have been short-lived, but the 'Verse will live on. I feel this poster is a reminder of that feeling and is a love letter to my favorite show. . New. 2013., Quantum Mechanix Inc., 2013, Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1980. 203 pages. 9 1/2 in x 7 1/2 in. The New Ansel Adams Photography Series, Book 1. Written in collaboration with Robert Baker. Frontispiece is illustrated with a 1948 photograph entitled Sand Dunes, Sunrise, Death Valley National Monument, California. Illustrated in text with b/w photographs and figures. White pages and endpapers are clean and good condition. Black cloth with gilt title on spine. Lightly bumped at corners. Grey dust jacket illustrated with Moon and Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, 1960. DJ not price clipped. Corners lightly worn. VG+/VG+. 1st Edition. Hard Cover., New York Graphic Society, 1980, NY: Doubleday, Doran And Co., 1938. First Edition. Good/Dust Jacket ONly & Book Not Incl. Moon, Carl. NO. DUST JACKET ONLY. FIRST EDITION, copyright 1938, Doubleday, Doran. USED. VERY GOOD CONDITION ORIGINAL UNCLIPPED DUST JACKET. Original cover price $2.00. NOT A FACSIMILE. NOT AN EXLIB ITEM. Crisp, clean and bright. No marking or stamping appears. QUITE RARE THUS. COVER ART BY CARL MOON, OF THE CREATIVE TEAM OF CARL AND GRACE MOON. ABOUT THE ARTIST: "As a young boy growing up in Wilmington, Ohio, Carl Moon loved to read stories about Native Americans of the western United States. After a photographic apprenticeship in Cincinnati, he did just that, establishing a private studio in Albuquerque. Drawn to the Southwest by his abiding interest in Indian culture and an intense desire to preserve what he saw as a vanishing way of life, he spent many years traveling and taking pictures among the various tribes, primarily in Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma. He photographed and painted many members of the Pueblo tribe. In 1907 his work was exhibited at the White House at the request of President Theodore Roosevelt. He also spent seven years gathering paintings and photographs for the Fred Harvey Headquarters, a business located near the Grand Canyon engaged in collecting and selling all things Indian. It was here that he met his second wife, Grace Purdie, the co-author of this book. They were married on June 5, 1911. They settled in Pasadena, California in 1914. He studied landscape painting with visiting artists Louis Akin, Thomas Moran, and Frank Sauerwein, and he also took many photographs and films of Pueblo Indians. This last work provided Moon and his wife, Grace, with the opportunity to travel widely through Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. During these journeys, they heard many stories and legends of the native people and it was an easy task to write them down. Indian Legends in Rhyme, their first publication for children, was published in 1917. Grace wrote the story poems and Carl illustrated them. They collaborated on one more book, Lost Indian Magic, before they decided to each write their own stories, but Carl illustrated all the books Grace wrote as well as the ones he wrote himself. Moon's color illustrations made from his oil paintings utilize a warm Southwestern palette of red, brown, yellow, purple and sage. The paintings and his smaller pen and ink drawings both portray the deserts, mountains and canyons of Native American lands and the activities and ceremonies of the Indian people, in a finely detailed and charming style. His black and white photographs are also used to illustrate the children's books, but no matter which media Moon chose to use, they all reveal his intimate acquaintance with and admiration of Native Americans. He wanted to honor them with a camera, paint brushes, and a writing pad. And his goal, in both his stories and illustrations, was to give the children back East a realistic portrait of the western Indian, especially the Indian child." FRONT COVER: Cover depicts a lovely young indian girl in native dress carrying a large woven basket. She wears her hair in two long braids. She is standing under a tree talking to another young woman who is kneeling while washing clothing in a stream. Other women are doing this same work in the background. BACK COVER: Back cover lists other books by Grace Moon for boys and girls from seven to twelve, illustrated by Carl Moon: White Indian; Singing Sands; Nadita; The Runaway Papoose; Chi-Wee; Chi-Wee And Loki. Will ship from United States., Doubleday, Doran And Co., 1938, New York, NY, USA: The Viking Press, 1953. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Brown boards with black lettering along the spine. There are black initials "JS" and a black graphic on the front board. FIRST EDITION. There is an introduction by Joseph Henry Jackson. This book contains "Tortilla Flat", "The Red Pony", "Of Mice and Men", "The Moon is Down", "Cannery Row", and "The Pearl". The corners and spine are sharp. The DJ is not present. The book is written in columns, two columns per page. A must have for a collector of Steinbeck! 407 pages in total., The Viking Press, 1953, Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press, 2011. First edition. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. DJ has slight wear and soiling.. Morales, Yuyi. 44 p. Illustrations. From Maya Soetoro-Ng, sister of President Barack Obama, comes a lyrical story relaying the loving wisdom of their late mother to a young granddaughter she never met. Little Suhaila wishes she could have known her grandma, who would wrap her arms around the whole world if she could, Mama says. And one night, Suhaila gets her wish when a golden ladder appears at her window, and Grandma Annie invites the girl to come along with her on a magical journey. Inspired by the life & spirit of her mother, the author has crafted a magical tale that sings with the love that bonds a family together through generations. A little girl asks her mother about her grandmother Ann & so begins this loving/inspiring story. From Wikipedia: "Maya Kassandra Soetoro-Ng (born August 15, 1970) is the maternal half-sister of Barack Obama, who is the 44th and current President of the United States. She was previously a high school history teacher and university instructor in Hawaii....Soetoro-Ng authored a children's book, Ladder to the Moon, that was inspired by her mother and her daughter, Suhaila; it was published in 2011. She is working on a book about peace education and conflict resolution in high schools. She was a high-school history teacher at La Pietra: Hawaii School for Girls and the Education Laboratory School, both in Honolulu, Hawaii. She also taught night classes at the University of Hawaii. She previously taught and developed curriculum at The Learning Project, an alternative public middle school in New York City, from 1996 2000. In 2009 Soetoro-Ng helped bring her mother's dissertation to publication in the form of the book Surviving against the Odds: Village Industry in Indonesia. She wrote a foreword to the book and participated in its launch at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting. Most recently, she was an Education Specialist at the East West Center and an Assistant Professor at the University of Hawai'i College of Education. Soetoro-Ng speaks during the first day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. ResearchSoetoro-Ng's doctoral research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu focused on Comparative International Education, and involved a study comparing an international school in Indonesia where she taught, and a school in New York. She particularly looked at qualitative differences, interviewing students, staff, and other people involved in the two schools. In May 2007, Soetoro-Ng announced that she would assist Obama in his campaign for President, and took two months off to campaign for him. Soetoro-Ng participated in the 2008 Democratic National Convention where she spoke briefly about growing up with her brother and brought an Asian-American presence to the stage. Soetoro-Ng also spoke briefly about the Obama administration's accomplishments at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 4, 2012, sharing the podium with First Lady Michelle Obama's older brother and Oregon State University men's basketball team head coach, Craig Robinson. From an on-line posting: " Rambunctious art, gemstone hues, glowing pictures and paintings grand enough for a mural are some of the words often used to describe Yuyi Morales s artwork. Since having emigrated from Mexico in 1994 she has drawn strongly from her Mexican heritage to create some of the most celebrated books for children. Born in Xalapa, the city of flowers and springs, Yuyi grew up among giant grandmothers, mossy house walls, and rampaging feral gardens. Amidst her family s magical stories she learned to perceive the ordinary as extraordinary. She began drawing in her early years while believing herself the daughter of the most beautiful woman and the strongest man in the world. Eventually she would spend long hours replicating her family s portraits, copying images from paperback graphic novels, and learning how to draw her face in front of the mirror. Under the influence of her mother, Candlewick Press, 2011

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University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 2009. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. Gems are objects of wealth, icons of beauty, and emblems of the very best of everything. They are kept as signs of prestige or power. Given as tokens of love and affection, they also come in a kaleidoscopic array of hues and can be either mineral or organic. Gems can command a person's gaze in the way they play with light and express rich color. And they can evoke feelings of passion, greed, mystery, and warmth. For millennia, gems have played an important role in human culture: they have significant value, both financially and within folklore and mythology. But just what are gems, exactly? This lavishly illustrated volumeÑthe most ambitious publication of its kindÑprovides a general introduction to gems and natural gemstones, conveying their timeless beauty and exploring similarities among different species and varieties. Gems and Gemstones features nearly 300 color images of the cut gems, precious and semiprecious stones, gem-quality mineral specimens, and fine jewelry to be unveiled in a new Grainger Hall of Gems at The Field Museum in Chicago this October. The book and exhibition's overarching theme will be the relationship between finished gems and their natural origin: while beautiful as faceted and polished pieces of jewelry, gems are often just as lovelyÑor even more soÑas gemstones in their natural state. For example, an aquamarine or emerald as originally found in a mine with its natural crystal faces can be as stunning as any cut and polished gem prepared for a ring, bracelet, or charm. Thoughtful of both ancient and modern times, Gems and Gemstones also includes fun-filled facts and anecdotes that broaden the historical portrait of each specimen. When Harry Winston, for instance, donated the Hope Diamond to the Smithsonian in 1958, he sent it through the U.S. mail wrapped in plain brown paper. And for anyone who has ever marveled at the innovations of top jewelry designers, Gems and Gemstones features a dazzling array of polished stones, gold objects, and creations from around the world. Diamonds, sapphires, rubies, amethysts, pearls, topaz, amberÑevery major gem gets its due in what will be an invaluable source on the subject for years to come. Winner of Association of American Publishers: PROSE Book Award., University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 2009, Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press, 2011. First edition. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. DJ has slight wear and soiling.. Morales, Yuyi. 44 p. Illustrations. From Maya Soetoro-Ng, sister of President Barack Obama, comes a lyrical story relaying the loving wisdom of their late mother to a young granddaughter she never met. Little Suhaila wishes she could have known her grandma, who would wrap her arms around the whole world if she could, Mama says. And one night, Suhaila gets her wish when a golden ladder appears at her window, and Grandma Annie invites the girl to come along with her on a magical journey. Inspired by the life & spirit of her mother, the author has crafted a magical tale that sings with the love that bonds a family together through generations. A little girl asks her mother about her grandmother Ann & so begins this loving/inspiring story. From Wikipedia: "Maya Kassandra Soetoro-Ng (born August 15, 1970) is the maternal half-sister of Barack Obama, who is the 44th and current President of the United States. She was previously a high school history teacher and university instructor in Hawaii....Soetoro-Ng authored a children's book, Ladder to the Moon, that was inspired by her mother and her daughter, Suhaila; it was published in 2011. She is working on a book about peace education and conflict resolution in high schools. She was a high-school history teacher at La Pietra: Hawaii School for Girls and the Education Laboratory School, both in Honolulu, Hawaii. She also taught night classes at the University of Hawaii. She previously taught and developed curriculum at The Learning Project, an alternative public middle school in New York City, from 1996 2000. In 2009 Soetoro-Ng helped bring her mother's dissertation to publication in the form of the book Surviving against the Odds: Village Industry in Indonesia. She wrote a foreword to the book and participated in its launch at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting. Most recently, she was an Education Specialist at the East West Center and an Assistant Professor at the University of Hawai'i College of Education. Soetoro-Ng speaks during the first day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. ResearchSoetoro-Ng's doctoral research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu focused on Comparative International Education, and involved a study comparing an international school in Indonesia where she taught, and a school in New York. She particularly looked at qualitative differences, interviewing students, staff, and other people involved in the two schools. In May 2007, Soetoro-Ng announced that she would assist Obama in his campaign for President, and took two months off to campaign for him. Soetoro-Ng participated in the 2008 Democratic National Convention where she spoke briefly about growing up with her brother and brought an Asian-American presence to the stage. Soetoro-Ng also spoke briefly about the Obama administration's accomplishments at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 4, 2012, sharing the podium with First Lady Michelle Obama's older brother and Oregon State University men's basketball team head coach, Craig Robinson. From an on-line posting: " Rambunctious art, gemstone hues, glowing pictures and paintings grand enough for a mural are some of the words often used to describe Yuyi Morales s artwork. Since having emigrated from Mexico in 1994 she has drawn strongly from her Mexican heritage to create some of the most celebrated books for children. Born in Xalapa, the city of flowers and springs, Yuyi grew up among giant grandmothers, mossy house walls, and rampaging feral gardens. Amidst her family s magical stories she learned to perceive the ordinary as extraordinary. She began drawing in her early years while believing herself the daughter of the most beautiful woman and the strongest man in the world. Eventually she would spend long hours replicating her family s portraits, copying images from paperback graphic novels, and learning how to draw her face in front of the mirror. Under the influence of her mother, Candlewick Press, 2011

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Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press, 2011. First edition. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. DJ has slight wear and soiling.. Morales, Yuyi. 44 p. Illustrations. From Maya Soetoro-Ng, sister of President Barack Obama, comes a lyrical story relaying the loving wisdom of their late mother to a young granddaughter she never met. Little Suhaila wishes she could have known her grandma, who would wrap her arms around the whole world if she could, Mama says. And one night, Suhaila gets her wish when a golden ladder appears at her window, and Grandma Annie invites the girl to come along with her on a magical journey. Inspired by the life & spirit of her mother, the author has crafted a magical tale that sings with the love that bonds a family together through generations. A little girl asks her mother about her grandmother Ann & so begins this loving/inspiring story. From Wikipedia: "Maya Kassandra Soetoro-Ng (born August 15, 1970) is the maternal half-sister of Barack Obama, who is the 44th and current President of the United States. She was previously a high school history teacher and university instructor in Hawaii....Soetoro-Ng authored a children's book, Ladder to the Moon, that was inspired by her mother and her daughter, Suhaila; it was published in 2011. She is working on a book about peace education and conflict resolution in high schools. She was a high-school history teacher at La Pietra: Hawaii School for Girls and the Education Laboratory School, both in Honolulu, Hawaii. She also taught night classes at the University of Hawaii. She previously taught and developed curriculum at The Learning Project, an alternative public middle school in New York City, from 1996 2000. In 2009 Soetoro-Ng helped bring her mother's dissertation to publication in the form of the book Surviving against the Odds: Village Industry in Indonesia. She wrote a foreword to the book and participated in its launch at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting. Most recently, she was an Education Specialist at the East West Center and an Assistant Professor at the University of Hawai'i College of Education. Soetoro-Ng speaks during the first day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. ResearchSoetoro-Ng's doctoral research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu focused on Comparative International Education, and involved a study comparing an international school in Indonesia where she taught, and a school in New York. She particularly looked at qualitative differences, interviewing students, staff, and other people involved in the two schools. In May 2007, Soetoro-Ng announced that she would assist Obama in his campaign for President, and took two months off to campaign for him. Soetoro-Ng participated in the 2008 Democratic National Convention where she spoke briefly about growing up with her brother and brought an Asian-American presence to the stage. Soetoro-Ng also spoke briefly about the Obama administration's accomplishments at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 4, 2012, sharing the podium with First Lady Michelle Obama's older brother and Oregon State University men's basketball team head coach, Craig Robinson. From an on-line posting: " Rambunctious art, gemstone hues, glowing pictures and paintings grand enough for a mural are some of the words often used to describe Yuyi Morales s artwork. Since having emigrated from Mexico in 1994 she has drawn strongly from her Mexican heritage to create some of the most celebrated books for children. Born in Xalapa, the city of flowers and springs, Yuyi grew up among giant grandmothers, mossy house walls, and rampaging feral gardens. Amidst her family s magical stories she learned to perceive the ordinary as extraordinary. She began drawing in her early years while believing herself the daughter of the most beautiful woman and the strongest man in the world. Eventually she would spend long hours replicating her family s portraits, copying images from paperback graphic novels, and learning how to draw her face in front of the mirror. Under the influence of her mother, Candlewick Press, 2011

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Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press, 2011. First edition. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. DJ has slight wear and soiling.. Morales, Yuyi. 44 p. Illustrations. From Maya Soetoro-Ng, sister of President Barack Obama, comes a lyrical story relaying the loving wisdom of their late mother to a young granddaughter she never met. Little Suhaila wishes she could have known her grandma, who would wrap her arms around the whole world if she could, Mama says. And one night, Suhaila gets her wish when a golden ladder appears at her window, and Grandma Annie invites the girl to come along with her on a magical journey. Inspired by the life & spirit of her mother, the author has crafted a magical tale that sings with the love that bonds a family together through generations. A little girl asks her mother about her grandmother Ann & so begins this loving/inspiring story. From Wikipedia: "Maya Kassandra Soetoro-Ng (born August 15, 1970) is the maternal half-sister of Barack Obama, who is the 44th and current President of the United States. She was previously a high school history teacher and university instructor in Hawaii....Soetoro-Ng authored a children's book, Ladder to the Moon, that was inspired by her mother and her daughter, Suhaila; it was published in 2011. She is working on a book about peace education and conflict resolution in high schools. She was a high-school history teacher at La Pietra: Hawaii School for Girls and the Education Laboratory School, both in Honolulu, Hawaii. She also taught night classes at the University of Hawaii. She previously taught and developed curriculum at The Learning Project, an alternative public middle school in New York City, from 1996 2000. In 2009 Soetoro-Ng helped bring her mother's dissertation to publication in the form of the book Surviving against the Odds: Village Industry in Indonesia. She wrote a foreword to the book and participated in its launch at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting. Most recently, she was an Education Specialist at the East West Center and an Assistant Professor at the University of Hawai'i College of Education. Soetoro-Ng speaks during the first day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. ResearchSoetoro-Ng's doctoral research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu focused on Comparative International Education, and involved a study comparing an international school in Indonesia where she taught, and a school in New York. She particularly looked at qualitative differences, interviewing students, staff, and other people involved in the two schools. In May 2007, Soetoro-Ng announced that she would assist Obama in his campaign for President, and took two months off to campaign for him. Soetoro-Ng participated in the 2008 Democratic National Convention where she spoke briefly about growing up with her brother and brought an Asian-American presence to the stage. Soetoro-Ng also spoke briefly about the Obama administration's accomplishments at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 4, 2012, sharing the podium with First Lady Michelle Obama's older brother and Oregon State University men's basketball team head coach, Craig Robinson. From an on-line posting: " Rambunctious art, gemstone hues, glowing pictures and paintings grand enough for a mural are some of the words often used to describe Yuyi Morales s artwork. Since having emigrated from Mexico in 1994 she has drawn strongly from her Mexican heritage to create some of the most celebrated books for children. Born in Xalapa, the city of flowers and springs, Yuyi grew up among giant grandmothers, mossy house walls, and rampaging feral gardens. Amidst her family s magical stories she learned to perceive the ordinary as extraordinary. She began drawing in her early years while believing herself the daughter of the most beautiful woman and the strongest man in the world. Eventually she would spend long hours replicating her family s portraits, copying images from paperback graphic novels, and learning how to draw her face in front of the mirror. Under the influence of her mother, Candlewick Press, 2011

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Evoking fantasy and folklore, this tale touches on events that have affected people around the world and reaffirms their common humanity. Breathtaking artwork is a reminder that loved ones lost are always with us, and sometimes we need only look at the moon and remember. Ladder to the Moon Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Kinder- & Jugendbücher, Candlewick Press (ma)

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780763645700
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0763645702
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: CANDLEWICK BOOKS
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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