Pp. 398(last blank); spine extremities and top fore-corner of lower board slightly bruised, with short split at foot of spine; dust wrapper, the backstrip slightly creased at extremities, with small piece torn from foot, small surface chip to laminate at bottom fore-corner of back panel; edges of leaves faintly soiled.....
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Illustrated by Ul de Rico. Pp. 72(last blank), 9 double page coloured illustrations, plus numerous black & white text illustrations; dust wrapper, slightly scuffed; Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1986. First U.K. [and first trade] edition. *Poem based on the Polynesian legend of Te Tuna, the giant eel.