No. 326 of a limited edition of 500 copies. Full-bound in blue morocco. 5 raised bands. Top edge gilt. Handmade paper. Minor bumping and rubbing to boards.
The American Spelling Book: Containing the Rudiments of the English Language For the Use of Schools in the United States
RUDIMENTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES. 1827, 16MO, 168PP. Quarterbound with leather spine, wood paper-covered boards. "The Revised Impression, with the Latest Corrections." Rippled from possible contact with moisture, a few corners are creased, otherwise very clean with no markings. Minor discoloration to endpapers, apparently offset from publisher's glue. Boards show signs of wear, with portions of blue paper missing from front (almost all of paper on rear intact) , and damp staining ; minor signs of shelfwear to spine; binding solid; overall in very good condition, especially for its age.
And the Band Played on
Politics, People, And the AIDS Epidemic
This investigation of the first five years of the AIDS epidemic examines the roles of the federal government, public health authorities, and research scientists in identifying the disease and acting to contain it
Annemann's Practical Mental Effects
A Comprehensive Collection of the Best Mental Tricks of Recent Years
Red cloth boards. Jacket clean and crisp but for a tear to the fold between inside back flap and the back panel; also a dealer's sticker on the inside back flap.
Beyond the Sixth Extinction
A Post-Apocalyptic Pop-Up
Elaborate pop-ups feature some wonderfully creepy creatures that just might dominate the ecosystem and be essential to our planet’s survival in an eerily realistic future world.
Whether or not we know it, the sixth global extinction is already under way, propelled not by a meteor but by human activity on Earth. Take a long step forward into the year 4847 with the help of stunning pop-ups portraying eight fantastical creatures, along with spreads and flaps presenting details about each one. Paper engineer Shawn Sheehy envisions the aftermath of extinction as a flourishing ecosystem centered around fictional creatures that could evolve from existing organisms. Promising high appeal for science-fiction fans of all ages — and plenty of food for discussion — this evolutionary extravaganza offers a time line of the six extinction events in Earth’s history, a “field guide” to each creature, a diagram of species relationships, a habitat map of the (imagined) ruins of Chicago, and an illuminating author’s note.
A Bibliography of the Black Sparrow Press 1966-1978
Boxing: Advanced Coaching Handbook
Building a Pro Bono Practice Group
Leading Lawyers on Serving the Community’s Legal Needs
Cast Iron Automotive Toys
Chess Meets of the Century