Scarce first edition of this tale of a pair of humanized cars engaged in a good-natured race. One of the most difficult d'Aulaire titles to obtain in dust jacket.
Near fine in very good minus dust jacket.
THE TWO CARS
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1955. 7.75'' x 9''. Original color pictorial cloth backed boards. Original unclipped color pictorial dust jacket ($1.50). With color pictorial endpapers of humanized cars on a loopy road. Black-and-white pictorial title page with three-quarter or larger black-and-white and color illustrations throughout.  pages. Some rubbing and chipping to edges of dust jacket, with some light foxing and two repairs to verso, else bright. Light rubbing and bumping to edges and spine, with very light spotting to first three leaves, otherwise vibrant and sound.
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