What Is Right for Tulip, First Edition, 1968

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What is Right for Tulip.

Written and illustrated by Roger Duvoison.

Published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1969.
First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Condition: VG. This is an ex-library copy but is in great condition. The endpapers feature the usual stamps, but otherwise all pages are clean, crisp and bright and the binding is tight.

Both animals and people bathe, eat, greet visitors, play, and sleep, but they may have very different ways of doing each. So explores this wonderful book by the inimitable Roger Duvoisin, following Tulip the Polar Bear and pals as they go about their day. If you like Duvoisin, you'll love this book.

A rare title to find in first edition by one of the true greats of children's literature and illustration.