First printing of Fox's second novel, a Black child's odyssey through Brooklyn.
Near fine in very good jacket.
HOW MANY MILES TO BABYLON?
Cuban-American author Paula Fox's writing career began only in her 40s, after an already eventful life. She would go on to receive the Newbery Medal and the Hans Christian Andersen Award; later in life, she found an unexpected champion in Jonathan Franzen. In this book little James runs into trouble after skipping out of school, and ends up traveling across Brooklyn.
New York: David White, (1967). 7'' x 5''. Original white-lettered red cloth. In original unclipped ($3.95) red pictorial dust jacket. Orange endpapers. 117,  pages. Light bumping to extremities. Jacket with gently sunned spine and some shallow edgewear.
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