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How A Baby Is Made - Per Holm Knudsen - 1st UK edition, 1973

£120.00

Product description

'"How a baby is made" shows with loving humour the conception, growth and delivery of a most cheerful, very wide-eyed and improbable baby, obviously delighted to be where he finds himself'.

Explicitly illustrated educational children's book on conception, pregnancy and birth. Picture and text by Per Holm Knudsen. This is the first British hardback edition, with dust jacket, now scarce.

Hardback book in very good condition. Illustrated boards (same images as dust jacket. Corners bumped. With dust jacket in good condition in protective wrapper. Ends of spine chipped, with 1.5 cm paper loss at top. Shelfwear to edges. Staining to surfaces.


Item details

Author(s):
Knudsen , Per Holm
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st British edition, 1973
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
29
Publisher:
Franklin Watts
Title:
How A Baby Is Made

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'"How a baby is made" shows with loving humour the conception, growth and delivery of a most cheerful, very wide-eyed and improbable baby, obviously delighted to be where he finds himself'.

Explicitly illustrated educational children's book on conception, pregnancy and birth. Picture and text by Per Holm Knudsen. This is the first British hardback edition, with dust jacket, now scarce.

Hardback book in very good condition. Illustrated boards (same images as dust jacket. Corners bumped. With dust jacket in good condition in protective wrapper. Ends of spine chipped, with 1.5 cm paper loss at top. Shelfwear to edges. Staining to surfaces.


Author(s):
Knudsen , Per Holm
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st British edition, 1973
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
29
Publisher:
Franklin Watts
Title:
How A Baby Is Made

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