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Chicken Every Sunday: My Life with Mother's Boarders
Rosemary Taylor
Published by Whittlesey House, New York (1943)
Hardcover First Edition, Book Club Edition
Measures 8x5.5 inches Weighs 1 pound 5 ounces
Illustrated by Donald McKay

Condition: Good.
Gray cloth boards have decoration at front cover. Spine has black textblock with gold text on spine.
Pages are clean text is crisp, on slightly tannish pages. Very nice.
Former owner label neatly placed on first blank leaf. A solid well built book.
DJ is nicely illustrated with brown, yellow black and white. DJ Spine is sunned. Age spots on the DJ, mostly at the back, and a portion is missing from the DJ spine edge, as well as the chips and such expected with age.

CHAPTER 1
A Little Sin at Midnight
THE FIRST boarders I can remember are Miss Gilley
and Mr. Robinson. Mr. Robinson was sleeping with
Miss Gilley, and that was why Mother told me the facts
of life. She hadn't intended telling me so soon, but
there was Mr. Robinson tiptoeing into Miss Gilley's
room at night—it was footsteps Mother heard and not
creaks as Father said—and there was that business of
the Indian jumping at Miss Gilley from the bushes,
which was really the reason for Mr. Robinson's going
into her Toom. Naturally all this was pretty puzzling to
a child of seven, and I was pestering Mother with
questions.
'...

Chicken Every Sunday: My Life with Mother's Boarders Rosemary Taylor Published by Whittlesey House 1943 Hardcover First Edition Book BCE

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