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Heidi Grows Up

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This edition was printed in 1956. In this story Heidi is sent to boarding school by her grandfather where she causes problems by ignoring the school rules and the headmistress, Miss Smith. She befriends Eileen, one of the foreign students and they go on a outing together where they meet the Goat-herder Peter. The text is accompanied by beautiful black and white illustrations by Pelagie Doane.

Green cloth-bound hardback, slight wearing. The pages are excellent, although a few at the front are lose. There is some edge-wear to the pages. There is an inscription on the fly-leaf.

Item details

Author(s):
Charles Tritten
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Collins: London and Glasgow

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This edition was printed in 1956. In this story Heidi is sent to boarding school by her grandfather where she causes problems by ignoring the school rules and the headmistress, Miss Smith. She befriends Eileen, one of the foreign students and they go on a outing together where they meet the Goat-herder Peter. The text is accompanied by beautiful black and white illustrations by Pelagie Doane.

Green cloth-bound hardback, slight wearing. The pages are excellent, although a few at the front are lose. There is some edge-wear to the pages. There is an inscription on the fly-leaf.

Author(s):
Charles Tritten
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Collins: London and Glasgow

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