Binding: 1/4 Cloth
Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Edition: 1st US Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1991.
A sharp first American edition/first printing in Near Fine condition in alike dust-jacket with light edgewear.
In Poison Flowers, Cooper brings to life a world of lush, vibrant color and intricate detail. Through the eyes of a young girl, who grows up in a small, rural town surrounded by poisonous flowers, Cooper tells the story of a love that was doomed from the beginning.
The girl, unnamed, remembers the day she first saw the flowers. They were blooming wild in the field next to her house, and she was mesmerized by their beauty. The flowers were a source of wonder and excitement for her, and she spent hours exploring their petals and examining the way they blended together.
One summer, she grew older and the flowers around her stopped blooming. She wondered if they would ever come back, and when they did, she was thrilled. The flowers had become a part of her life, and she longed to share their beauty with the world.
One day, she met a boy named Aidan. He was different from any boy she; 8vo; FSA.