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Bread and Butter Indian Paperback – Jun 1 1972
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Amazon.com: 3 reviews
D L Downey
Product not as advertised but worth what I paid
February 5, 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
This was listed as a "signed" first edition. I took that to mean that it was autographed. There was no autograph. There was a typed sticker with the name of the person who donated the book to the school library. That doesn't constitute "signed" to me. There was nothing on the verso to indicate that this was a first edition copy. I paid less than $3 for the book and it was in great condition so I didn't mind. However, there was a price sticker on the cover showing $1.99. You'd think they would have taken off the lower priced sticker.
it was a history lesson with a wonderful story and great illustrations.
July 27, 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
4 people found this helpful.
The author wrote about a time not very much is know about. The true beginning of the American story, when people were beginning to recover from the American Revolution, and starting the journey westward. The artist was well known for illustrating the "Little House" books, so the art quality is very good. A book any parent can read aloud to their child.
A Book I Loved As a Child
September 8, 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
5 people found this helpful.
I read this while I was still a child, and I loved it. Though I only read it once (it was a library book we took out if I recall), it stuck with me. I remember it having a sense of mystery about it, and suspense.