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New to me (and maybe you guys?) book: Over The Rainbow : Tales of Fantasy and Imagination
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I cam across this and noticed its not in http://www.tolkienbooks.net/ so I thought I would post it here.

It contains "Riddles in the Dark" and seems to have been published by three different publishers in a short time frame:

https://www.amazon.com/Over-Rainbow-Ta ... Imagination/dp/086178295X

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/74 ... f_Fantasy_and_Imagination

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/74 ... f_Fantasy_and_Imagination

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Re: ISBN of book in 2003 Houghton Mifflin LORT Gift set
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Thank you. I found a copy of the book itself (cant afford the gift set right now) on ebay and bought one. Im looking forward to checking it out.

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Re: ISBN of book in 2003 Houghton Mifflin LORT Gift set
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Thanks Urulöké!

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ISBN of book in 2003 Houghton Mifflin LORT Gift set
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This is the one I am talking about :

https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookD ... D0618401210%26sortby%3D17

The ISBNs of the giftset itself are 0618401210 and 9780618401215.

This is the book in the set:

https://theliteraryomnivore.files.word ... com/2011/03/lotr2003c.jpg

It seems to be exclusive to that set. Does anyone know what the ISBN of the book itself is?

Thanks for reading!

Posted on: 2/7 11:19:36


Black and white cover of early american hobbit?
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I was reading the "Early American editions of The Hobbit" article on wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_American_editions_of_The_Hobbit) and was struck by this sentence regarding library editions:

Examples have been found with the maps as free leaves, rather than pasted down. Invariably these have been a library edition. Most of those seen have been bound in orange cloth. The front cover mimics the first edition dust jacket, silk-screened in black.


Do they mean that it is this cover: Open in new window


But in black and white? If so, does anyone have an image of it they could share?

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