Very Good / Very Good. Item #001517
Chicago: The John C. Winston Co., 1936. First Edition. Octavo; 121pp. Illustrations throughout: 22 full-page full-color; 8 full-page B&W; mixture of full-color and B&W head-pieces, tail-pieces, illustrated glossary, and Hopi motifs throughout.
Full-color pictorial dust jacket. Five-color cloth binding with Hope textile motif on both front and rear panels. Full-color endpapers showing Hopi motifs.
Clipped dust jacket is scraped, nicked, and worn on all edges and corners. Spine darkened. Previous child-owner's coloring and writing attempts on back jacket surface. Some foxing. Binding clean and bright; nudged at spine crown and foot. Textblock unmarked and solid in binding; some foxing on textblock edges. Remains of erased child-owner's name, originally in red pencil, on blank reverse of frontispiece.
From the flap: "Muriel Fellows teaches eight-year-olds at the Shady Hill Country Day School, Junior Department of the Stevens School in Philadelphia . . . [She is] one of the best of the new-type teachers, having not only this background of valuable and accurate information, but a delightful personality with children and an unusual sense of balance and discrimination."