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The Million Dollar Putt (signed)

The Million Dollar Putt (signed)

The Million Dollar Putt (signed)
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The Million Dollar Putt (signed)

by Gutman, Dan

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  • Hardcover
  • Signed
  • first
Fine condition/Fine dust jacket
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New York: Hyperion Books for Children, 2006. A beautiful copy -- clean, square, and tight. Sharp corners. The Dust Jacket is bright and shiny. NO chips. NO tears. NO creases. NOT price clipped (15.99). NO remainder mark. INSCRIBED "To Rebecca" and SIGNED in full by the AUTHOR. Pages are fresh and crisp. NO underlining. NO highlighting. NO margin notes. Blind golf story for ages 8-12. "First Edition" is so stated, with complete number row (13579 10 8642) on the copyright page. Bound in the original red boards, lettered in shiny gold on the spine. From the Dust Jacket: "Edward Bogard -- Bogie for short -- may be blind, but he can learn just about anything he sets his mind to: riding a bike, parasailing, or playing guitar. His dad encourages all of his interests except one -- golf. So the day a few of his classmates invite him to a driving range, no one is more surprised than Bogie when he turns out to have the swing of a natural player. But blind golfing is a team sport. Now what he needs is a coach. Enter Birdie, the kooky girl next door. Birdie seems to have no friends, creates elaborate miniature worlds in her basement, and has managed to make it to age thirteen without ever learning how to ride a bike. As these neighbors team up to conquer the greens of Hawai'i, they learn about more than just golf. Then someone mysteriously enters Bogie in a golf tournament -- with a million-dollar prize. Could Birdie be the unlikely key to Bogie's million-dollar win?". INSCRIBED / SIGNED by the AUTHOR. First Printing of the First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine condition/Fine dust jacket. Illus. by Dibley, Glin (jacket art). 8vo. (iv), 171pp.


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The Million Dollar Putt (signed)
Gutman, Dan
Dibley, Glin (jacket art)
Book Condition
Used - Fine condition
Jacket Condition
Fine dust jacket
First Printing of the First Edition
Hyperion Books for Children
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
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Children's Books / Young Adult Literature;
8vo. (iv), 171pp

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