JANE'S ISLAND plus May 1931 issue of YOUNG WINGS.
Edition: Book club edition.
New York & Boston: Junior Literary Guild / Houghton Mifflin Company 1931. dj. Hardcover - Set in Woods Hole on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where Ellen, a 17-year-old college freshman, and 12-year-old Jane, the daughter of a marine biologist are spending the summer - a vacation "wherein biological specimens and adventures mix." The author spent many summers at Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole with her husband, a professor of zoology; she comments that as far as she knows this is the first book to use it as a setting. Author's note. Illustrated by Maitland de Gogorza with a frontispiece and eight internal plates on plain paper. A Newbery Honor recipient in 1932. Illustrated map endpapers. viii, 235 pp. Laid in is a very uncommon May 1931 issue of "YOUNG WINGS: The Magazine of the Boys' and Girls' Own Book Club
Junior Literary Guild." In addition to discussing Jane's Island, the May selection for older girls, this includes reviews of other current book club offerings, a letter from Marjorie Hill Allee, other features, illustrations, and letters from readers. Helen Ferris, Editor. 20 pp in glossy stapled wrappers.
Condition: Very near fine in blue cloth with black lettering and a small illustration on the cover, gold tinting on top edge, in a very good dustjacket (chipping and a tear to the upper end of the dj spine) The issue of Young Wings is fine.