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1949 1st edition; Van Kampen Press publishers, Wheaton, Illionis; SIGNED BY DOROTHY GRUNBOCK JOHNSON on title page; soft cardboard bound in pictoral boards; pages in good condition with no markings; front board has tear inside and boards are in rough shape - see pics; overall a nice copy with author's signature but rough binding.

 

Chapter One excerpt -

"Hey, Sis, are you nearly dressed?  We'll be in Seattle in half an hour!"  A button flew off the dark green curtain of upper berth number nine and Ginger poked her head through the opening.  "Course I'm nearly dressed," she told her big brother indignantly.  "Where's the ladder?  I'm coming right down!"  Jim, the colored porter, was making up the next berth.  In a moment he had the ladder hooked to the edge of number nine, and Ginger was descending, backwards, of course, which is the lady-like way to do it...

 

Ginger at Dogfish Bay by Dorothy Grunbock Johnson

SKU: BS86l
$14.00Price