Edition: Early printing (the first printing was in 1918.)
New York: The Century Co., 1919. Hardcover - Seaman's first book for younger readers ('the very little boys and girls between the ages of six and ten years'). A charming story of two lonely children - Melissa who lives in the top floor of a very small house - and Victor, who moves into the grand house behind hers - and how they communicate by messages held up to the window. Illustrated by C. M. Relyea with a frontispiece and 2 glossy plates. 121 pp. Bound in tan cloth with black lettering on the spine and front cover, and a black, pink and green illustration on the front cover (a simplifed version of the frontispiece).
Condition: Very good overall in illustrated tan boards - some mottling and faded spots to the tan background on the front cover.