First Edition Points and Criteria for The News from Paraguay

Year Published: 2004
Author Last Name: Tuck
Author First Name: Lily
Publisher: Harper Collins
Original Price: $23.95
Pages: 248

The first edition of this National Book Award winner was published by Harper Collins in 2004. It was 248 pages long, and the original retail price was $23.95. First edition criteria are: FIRST EDITION is stated on the copyright page with line numbers "04 05 06 07 08" and "10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1".

The News from Paraguay won the National Book Award.

Picture of the 2004 first edition dust jacket for The News from Paraguay.
Picture of the 2004 first edition dust jacket for The News from Paraguay.

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