First edition of this story of a little boy and his friend who live on an island and decide to build some boats. A simple story.
Very good in like jacket.
LITTLE BOYS AND THEIR BOATS
See Frank Eyre's work, in which he calls this one of the best post-WWII picture books and the "only completely successful British example of picture stories with a purpose." A sequel to THE LITTLE BOY AND HIS HOUSE.
Rear more: Eyre, British children's books in the twentieth century.
London: Dent, (1953). Original cloth. Some cover soil. In original dust jacket with some soil. Includes lovely color lithographs by Mary Adshead.
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