THE LONELY DOLL LEARNS A LESSON.
Edition: Later printing.
New York: Random House, nd. (c 1961.). Hardcover - One of several books in this beloved series - "in the books, Edith (Wright's actual childhood doll, remade to look more glamorous) finds a playmate in Little Bear (a Seiff teddy) and they have many adventures that generally end with the two getting into trouble with Mr. Bear, a stern but loving father figure. .. . What's remarkable about the books is the drama Wright was able to create in her black-and-white photographs, her expressive way of arranging and photographing her toy characters so that they appear to have body language and emotions." Large format, unpaginated, with black and white photographs throughout. ISBN: 0-394-813561.
Condition: Good only in illustrated boards, with a blue gingham border and back cover (gift inscription, some light foxing throughout, a bit of mustiness)