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Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company, (1932).. (1932).. Very good. - Octavo, maroon cloth titled in black on spine & in maroon within black rectangle on front cover, in red & white dw. The covers are very lightly bumped with light rubbing to the rear cover. The dw is lightly soiled & somewhat darkened with a piece out of the front panel. 135 pp. B&W textual illustrations & vignettes by N. Lapshin. Very good in good dw.
"M. Ilin...is a young Russian engineer, brother of Marschak, the famous Russian poet and story-teller. Both brothers belong to a group of writers who are studying science and history and Soviet life and writing books not only for Russian children but for workers in factories and for peasants....All of them work together trying to make simple stories about the real world we live in."--From the publisher's note. Dust jacket present.
Title: BLACK ON WHITE: The Story of Books. Translated by Beatrice Kincead
Categories: Children's & Illustrated,
Publisher: Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company, (1932).: (1932).
Book Condition: Very good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 1120
Keywords: CHILDREN'S; ILLUSTRATED; RUSSIAN; SOVIET UNION; BOOKS; BOOK-MAKING; BOOKS-ON-BOOKS; M. ILIN; ILLUSTRATOR; N. LAPSHIN.