New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. Dorothy Grider. First edition. Hardcover. Oblong octavo [17 cm x 20 cm] Grayish-blue cloth over boards with black lettering on the spine and front cover, and a yellow and black ink stamped chameleon vignette on the front cover. Bright yellow endpapers. Very good. The extremities are gently rubbed and bumped, the front hinge is weak, and the penultimate page is slightly creased. There are a couple of small stains on the rear endpaper. The dust jacket is in good plus condition, with multiple closed and open tears in the edges. The longest tear is along the rear fold of the jacket's spine, and measures 3" deep. Item #43567
Pictures by Dorothy Grider. This book about manners is Edith Pope's book written for juveniles.