Title: Little Boy France
Author: Roy J. Snell
Illustrator: Hazel Frazee
Description: Fifth printing (1931). Blue cloth boards with orange lettering on spine and a paper block illustration on the front cover. Endpapers illustrated by Marguerite M. Jones. Light natural toning on endpapers. Interior is unmarked; pages are clean and crisp. Dust jacket is rubbed; light corner wear. DJ in clear archival sleeve. 61,  pp. 7.2 x 5.25 inches. Part of the publisher's Easy Library series.
Originally published in 1919, this tale of courage is an Armistice Day story about a little boy and his dog who are lost in the battlefields of France, and how an American soldier helps him search for his mother in Paris amidst the sights and sounds of war. German soldiers, men with missing limbs, the report of gunfire and bombs from the trenches and over the city, the bleak No Mans Land. A story of friendship and bravery in a terrifying time.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co.
Keywords: children's, World War I, boys, wartime, Hazel Frazee,
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