5 December 2008
SEUSS, Dr. (Pseudonym of Theodore GEISEL, 1904-1991). The Cat in the Hat. New York: Random House, 1957.
4o. Color illustrations by the author. (Rear free endpaper a bit stained, one or two other spots.) Original unglazed pictorial boards, decorated endpapers; pictorial dust jacket (price-clipped, extremities just touched).
FIRST EDITION. The first of the "Beginner Books" series Seuss created for Random House.
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