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Two Owls at Eton [1960]

£17.99

Product description

Published in 1960 by Putnam.

A light and interesting account of the author's (Jonathan Franklin) adventures with two baby owls. They were only a few weeks old when he found them, so he hand reared them and took them back to Eton when he returned to school. Includes numerous photographs in the text.

Complete with dust jacket, which has not been price-clipped. Some yellowing on the end-papers and there is a faint date stamp on the end-paper. Other than a small amount of fading and wear on the dust jacket, the book is in a very nice clean condition with a firm binding.

Item details

Added value:
A delightful little book
Author(s):
Jonathan Franklin
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
11.5 cm by 18.3 cm
Edition:
1960
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
118
Publisher:
Putnam

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About this item

Published in 1960 by Putnam.

A light and interesting account of the author's (Jonathan Franklin) adventures with two baby owls. They were only a few weeks old when he found them, so he hand reared them and took them back to Eton when he returned to school. Includes numerous photographs in the text.

Complete with dust jacket, which has not been price-clipped. Some yellowing on the end-papers and there is a faint date stamp on the end-paper. Other than a small amount of fading and wear on the dust jacket, the book is in a very nice clean condition with a firm binding.

Added value:
A delightful little book
Author(s):
Jonathan Franklin
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
11.5 cm by 18.3 cm
Edition:
1960
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
118
Publisher:
Putnam

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