First Edition Points and Criteria for The Boys of Summer

Year Published: 1972
Author Last Name: Kahn
Author First Name: Roger
Publisher: Harper and Row
Original Price: $8.95
Pages: 442

The first edition of this widely read book was published by Harper and Row in 1972. It was 442 pages long, and the original retail price was $8.95 . The first edition identification criteria are as follows: FIRST EDITION is stated on the copyright page with number line on the bottom of page 442 that says "72 73 74 75 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1". Bound in beige and silver cloth with silver titles to the spine.

The Boys of Summer is classified in the following category: Sports

Picture of the 1972 first edition dust jacket for The Boys of Summer.
Picture of the 1972 first edition dust jacket for The Boys of Summer.

Identification picture of The Boys of Summer.

Identification picture of The Boys of Summer.

Identification picture of The Boys of Summer.

Identification picture of The Boys of Summer.

Identification picture of The Boys of Summer.

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