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To Everything There Is A Season, The Gardening Year with Thalassa Cruso, First Edition

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To Everything There Is A Season, The Gardening Year with Thalassa Cruso, First Edition To Everything There Is A Season, The Gardening Year with Thalassa Cruso, First Edition

SYNOPSIS: These essays originally appeared in a much more condensed form in the Boston Sunday Globe and in McCall's Magazine. They were written over a period of five years and cover a variety of overlapping springs, summers, falls, and winters and reflect the many aspects of gardening in New England by popular TV show personality, Thalassa Cruso (1909-1997), who hosted the "Making Things Grow" program, and is fondly remembered as "The Julia Child of Horticulture."

Published by Alfred A. Knopf, 1973 stated First Edition.

Format: Hardback, brown cloth hardcover with gold / orange foil embossing. No dust jacket. Top page edges purple, rest are untrimmed.

Condition: Very Good+. Ex lib. with only signs thus being two stamps on the same inside blank flyleaf stating "Thomas Mines Math & Science Dept. Florrissant Valley C." No signs of a card jacket or any other markings usually associated with ex libs. Cover has very minor soiling and rubbing wear. A very solidly bound, clean, attractive volume.


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