Franklin Center: The Franklin Library, 1981.
First Edition. Leather_bound. 9 1/4" X 6". 238pp. Bound in full blue leather over boards, with decorations stamped in gilt to boards and spine. Raised bands to spine. Moderate rubbing and edgewear to covers, corners, and edges of boards. Rubbing, dust-spotting, and heavy foxing to all-gilt edges of text block. Discoloration to edges of silk moire endpapers. Foxing to endpapers, and occasional faint foxing to pages throughout, otherwise pages are free of marks and notation. Staining to silk ribbon placemaker. Binding is sound. An admittedly worn but still quite handsome limited first edition of this novel by Joanne Greenberg.
This limited first edition of A Season of Delight was privately printed exclusively for Members of The First Edition Society.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
Empty-nester Grace Dowben finds solace in her marriage, in her participation in a small-town community, and in her work volunteering on a fire-and-rescue squad. But when a twenty-something newcomer named Ben joins the squad, Grace finds her life turned upside-down. Soon she must decide how to resolve her love for a man young enough to be her son. Grace's decision lies at the heart of this warm, wonderfully believable novel.(Publisher). Good. Item #11202