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Signed Garth Williams, illustrator, "Do You Know What I'll Do?" by Charlotte Zolotow. 1958. Mid-century children's classics. No jacket

Signed Garth Williams, illustrator, "Do You Know What I'll Do?" by Charlotte Zolotow. 1958. Mid-century children's classics. No jacket

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Famed illustrator Garth Williams autographed this 1958 edition of the picture book "Do You Know What I'll Do?" by Charlotte Zolotow.

The inscription on the half-title page reads "For Nikki my friend from Garth Williams."

Williams is know for illustrating many classics, including "Stuart Little" and the "Little House" series.

This is a sweet, gentle book in which an older sister tells her little brother all the things she'll do for him. The prose has a lovely rhythm.

CONDITION: No dust jacket. Gray illustrated boards have some soiling. There is shelf wear and the outer corners are hard bumped with some paper loss. Interior is clean and tight. PLEASE consult all photos in full frame. I am happy to answer questions.

Harper & Row
8.5" x 11"

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