New York: Simon & Schuster, 1957. First edition. Near Fine book in like jacket, with slight sunning to top edges and a bump to the front board. Internally bright and unmarked. Jacket with a hint of toning, mostly affecting the spine and front panel. In all a pleasing copy of this charming Eloise story, which finds its heroine away from the Plaza Hotel and exploring the City of Lights.
Paris is full of excitement, even the preparations are exciting as Eloise packs and departs. The City of Lights keeps Eloise entertained as she sees new sights and tries to make sense of the differences between French and American culture. "You cawn't cawn't cawn't get a good cup of tea they simply do not boil the water so you have to have champagne with a peach in it instead." Luckily, a lack of good tea doesn't stop Eloise's adventures as she romps through Paris. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. (Item #3427)