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Selling more of my fiction collection

Check out our newest eBay auction:

This auction is a lot of 19 items: 18 books and one CD set.

Aunt Jane’s Hero: Portrait of a Christ-Centered Home by Elizabeth Prentiss, pb, 292 pages, ISBN 1879737345

The Mysterious Stranger by Mark Twain, hb, illustrated in color, 324 pages, cover in very poor condition, ex lib, 1922

Joan of Arc by Mark Twain, pb, 1989, ISBN 0898702682, 452 pages

Travels with a Donkey by R.L. Stevenson, hb, 1910, fair condition

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, large type edition, hb with dj, ex lib
Jo’s Boys and How They Turned Out by Louisa May Alcott, illustrated by Ruth Ives, hb, 1957

Elsie at Nantucket by Martha Finley, hb, fair condition, old copy, no date

Westward Ho! By Charles Kingsley, illustrated by Edward A. Wilson, hb, ex lib, cover in very poor condition, pages tight, 1947

Heidi Grows Up by Charles Tritten (Johanna Spyri’s translator), illustrated by Jean Coquillot, hb, cover in poor condition, 1938

White Fang by Jack London, large type edition, unabridged, ex lib, hb with dj

Jack and Jill: A Village Story by Louisa May Alcott, illustrated by Ruth Ives, hb, cover in fair condition

James Herriot’s Dog Stories by James Herriot, hb with dj, 1986, ISBN 0312439687

Elsie’s New Relations by Martha Finley, hb with dj (tattered), 1911

The House of Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne, hb, fair condition

Anne of the Island by L.M Montgomery, hb

Northanger Abbey and Persuasion by Jane Austen, illustrated by Patricia Ludlow, hb, ISBN 0862250625

Rose in Bloom by Louisa May Alcott, hb, illustrated, 1919

The Adventures of Pinocchio by C. Collodi with illustrations by Fritz Kredel, Illustrated Junior Library, 1982, ISBN 0448110016, pb

Book on CDs: The Raft: the courageous struggle of three Naval airmen against the sea by Robert Trumbull, unabridged, read by Tom Parker, 5 CDs in case, ISBN 0786199326

One Response to “Selling more of my fiction collection”

  1. Debra Says:

    Laurie,
    Why are you getting rid of these? Just curious. I have three under 5, but I am wondering if I just get these to stock up for later. What do you think?

    Debra, I just am needing to cut back on my library. Yes, these are all good books for your kids to read.

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