Henry Bear's Park written and illustrated by David Mcphail. Published by Little, Brown and Company, copyright 1976, stated First Edition.
Summary: Everyone needs a special place-a room or the corner of a room or the corner of a room, a tree branch, even a special rock. For Henry Bear, it is a park-a whole park-belonging to his father. The day Henry Bear, Senior, flew off in a a balloon, Henry made the park his own, tending it with great love and care. The park took so much time that he hired an assistant and then moved into a tree house-to be close to his work.
Then Henry began missing his father and wondering where he might have gone. From the day he met Alfred Pin, a self-acknowledged world traveler who hinted that he might be able to take Henry to his father, Henry spent all his time planning the trip and getting ready for the adventure of his life.
47 page have cover in good condition with no rips or tears. The dust jacket has a mylar cover and it is attached to the book. The book was retired from a county library, there is usual processing of stamp and card pocket
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