- Grayson, David
A Day of Pleasant Bread
Ronalds Company Limited, Montreal, Canada, 1939, Paper-covered Boards, , Limited, Fine
26 pp. Fine volume has lightly tanned spine, Slipcase is worn, nearly good. Printed in black and red, with illustrations. One of 250 copies, printed as Christmas gifts. An extract from ''Adventures in Friendship'' by David Grayson, originally published by Doubleday. ''They have all gone now, and the house is very still. For the first time this evening I can hear the familiar sound of the December wind blustering about the house, complaining at closed doorways, asking questions at the shutters; but here in my room, under the green reading lamp, it is warm and still. Although Harriet has closed the doors, covered the coals in the fireplace, and said good-night, the atmosphere still seems to tingle with the electricity of genial humanity.''