Item #20793 The Farm that ran out of Names. William Mayne.

The Farm that ran out of Names.

London: Jonathan Cape, 1990, 1st, "first published"; dark blue boards, painting of farm animals in a field with farmers scratching their heads, 8vo; 90 pp. Juvenile hardback.

The men from the Birmingham Water Supply threaten to flood Owen Tudor's farm, which has been in the family since the time of the fairies. The half magical story of Owen's bitter-sweet victory.

CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket; no names or other marks, straight, clean, tight, spine ends of books and jacket a bit crimped; in jacket with sticker removed on lower margin, bindery error results in long creases on the back; unclipped 7.95 pounds. Item #20793

Price: $16.00

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