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Number 21

£12.99

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Macdonald & Co 1966, First Edition. Watts, Stanley G. Book condition: very good, hardback covered in golden brown cloth with black lettering on spine. Cover unmarked and undamaged. End papers slightly age-spotted and same along page edges, but pages themselves clean, bright and unmarked. Binding tight and all pages intact. Dust jacket condition: good; slightly grubby with slight chipping at corners and edges of spine; larger tear at top right front corner. Slight sun fading along spine. Not price clipped. Price adjustment in blue Biro on inside front flap. B/w illustrations on front cover and inside title pages by Robin Jacques.

When the Binks children built their own raft and learned about the mysterious underground river in Bedminster, they were already on the way to an adventure that would produce a much-needed job for their father. But later even headier excitements were in store for them in a night of storm and peril on the river.

Item details

Author(s):
Watts, Stanley G
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Macdonald & Co
Title:
Number 21

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Macdonald & Co 1966, First Edition. Watts, Stanley G. Book condition: very good, hardback covered in golden brown cloth with black lettering on spine. Cover unmarked and undamaged. End papers slightly age-spotted and same along page edges, but pages themselves clean, bright and unmarked. Binding tight and all pages intact. Dust jacket condition: good; slightly grubby with slight chipping at corners and edges of spine; larger tear at top right front corner. Slight sun fading along spine. Not price clipped. Price adjustment in blue Biro on inside front flap. B/w illustrations on front cover and inside title pages by Robin Jacques.

When the Binks children built their own raft and learned about the mysterious underground river in Bedminster, they were already on the way to an adventure that would produce a much-needed job for their father. But later even headier excitements were in store for them in a night of storm and peril on the river.

Author(s):
Watts, Stanley G
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Macdonald & Co
Title:
Number 21

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