HO-MING, GIRL OF NEW CHINA.
Edition: First printing.
Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co., 1934. dj. Hardcover first edition - Charming story of life in changing China: "Ho-Ming is the second daughter in the Sung farmhouse, a small, comely, amusing firebrand of restlessness & mischief, eager to experiment with life... at twelve years of age, [she] is caught in a web of tradition and superstition." Contains 37 illustrations by Kurt Wiese, including four plates in full-color. Lewis and Wiese's earlier collaboration "Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze" received the Newbery Award. Notes and glossary, illustrated endpapers. 266 pp.
Condition: Near fine in black cloth in a very good dust jacket (just a hint of foxing to the edges of the textblock, dj has a small chip on lower edge, some creasing and edgewear, but is overall bright and attractive.)