The Story of Our Canals - A Ladybird Achievements Book, 1st Edition

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Product description

Title no. 25 of twenty-five titles in Series 601 of Ladybird books on man's achievements. Story of the canal system in Great Britain, including the colorful characters who dug the canals and operated them. Full-page colour illustrations by Roger Hall; illustrated endpapers show how a canal lock works and a map of the inland waterways of England and Wales.

Red matt-finished boards with colour pictorial front cover; original price 24p NET stated on rear cover.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: light edge-wear to covers and spine with light bumping to spine ends and very light bumping to cover corners; light bowing to front cover along fore edge, very light slanting/twisting to spine; very light soiling to top edge of covers and pages, internally fine.

Item details

Author(s):
Hutchings, Carolyn
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
12mo - 7 - 8
Edition:
First Edition, published 1975.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0721404073
ISBN-13:
9780721404073
Number of pages:
50
Publisher:
Ladybird Books Ltd.
Title:
The Story of Our Canals

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Title no. 25 of twenty-five titles in Series 601 of Ladybird books on man's achievements. Story of the canal system in Great Britain, including the colorful characters who dug the canals and operated them. Full-page colour illustrations by Roger Hall; illustrated endpapers show how a canal lock works and a map of the inland waterways of England and Wales.

Red matt-finished boards with colour pictorial front cover; original price 24p NET stated on rear cover.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: light edge-wear to covers and spine with light bumping to spine ends and very light bumping to cover corners; light bowing to front cover along fore edge, very light slanting/twisting to spine; very light soiling to top edge of covers and pages, internally fine.

Author(s):
Hutchings, Carolyn
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
12mo - 7 - 8
Edition:
First Edition, published 1975.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0721404073
ISBN-13:
9780721404073
Number of pages:
50
Publisher:
Ladybird Books Ltd.
Title:
The Story of Our Canals

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