Rare First Edition of This early Maurice Sendak Work Happy Hanukah Everybody
Happy Hanukah Everybody.
Sendak, Maurice; Text by Chanover, Hyman and Alice.$650.00
Item Number: 57081
New York: United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, 1955.
First edition of this early Sendak title. Quarto, original illustrated boards, illustrated throughout. In very good condition with light rubbing.
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