SNOW WHITE & ROSE RED LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK 1955 A EDITION Up for auction is a(n) SNOW WHITE & ROSE RED LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK published by Simon & Schuster in 1955.
It's in very good condition. Off-white pages, no marks or tears on inside pages, slight scuffing on front and back covers. Western Printing library stamp on inside page. Un-circulated.
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