Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1973. First edition. Hardcover. 174pp. Small quarto [24 cm] Natural beige cloth over boards with silver lettering and ornamentation on the spine and front cover. Black and white illustrated endpapers. Some general minor browning and wear along the extremities of the dust jacket. Very good / very good. Item #57133
A story told in eighty pictures about a lonely boy, who lives in two worlds, one of the limited reality around him, and another wider world of his imagination and dreams. Lynd Ward's Biggest Bear, won the Caldecott Medal, and Lynd Ward's early novels without words have all become collector's items.