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1 Frost, Frances INNOCENT SUMMER
New York: Farrar & Rinehart Incorporated, (1936). First edition. This copy dated in the year of publication and SIGNED by the author to the front free endsheet. Hardcover. A few tiny dots of stain to upper page edges, else a nearly fine copy in beige cloth lettered in green; in a lightly rubbed and mildly soiled illustrated dust jacket with a number of tiny nicks, edge tears, a very small chip to spine heel. 
First novel from the Vermont-born poet (mother of poet Paul Blackburn), is a "fiercely intelligent, warm and beautiful novel of childhood and adolescence; of adults in the making; and of a whole village." Illustrated by Dorothy Waugh. 
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2 Frost, Frances; Illustrated by Lee Townsend WINDY FOOT AT THE COUNTY FAIR
New York/London: Whittlesey House, (1947). First edition, first printing (stated). Hardcover. Ownership name and address discreetly stamped to the endpapers and title-page, upper corner tips lightly bumped, else near fine in green pictorial cloth; in a very good plus, wraparound illustrated dust jacket with light chipping and mild shelfwear. 
For Toby Clark's twelfth birthday, his father gives him a pony, which Toby names "Windy Foot." He trains the pony through the summer and plans on racing "Windy Foot" at the county fair. He makes new friends and defeats one enemy preparing for the race. 
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