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NY, Greenwillow, (1978). His second book published in this country, a story for young adults about a group of young Native Americans, one of whom is drafted to Vietnam. This book was adapted as a play and performed by a touring Native American theater troupe. Inscribed by the author: "To the best looking librarian I've ever met/ Craig Kee Strete." A series of tiny indentations on rear board; near fine in a very good dust jacket with the same tiny dents on the rear panel and with a few modest edge tears. Scarce signed. [#025768] $125
NY, Greenwillow, (1978). The author's second book published in this country, a story for young adults about a group of young Native Americans, one of whom is drafted to Vietnam. This book was adapted as a play and performed by a touring Native American theater troupe. This copy is in the publisher's "library binding." Fine in a very good spine-faded, price-clipped dust jacket. [#002697] $20
NY, Greenwillow, (1978). A story for young adults about a group of young Native Americans, one of whom is drafted to Vietnam. This edition was specially bound by the publisher for the library market, in heavier boards than the trade edition. Fine in a fine, price-clipped dust jacket. [#003710] $20