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Inventions

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Inventions

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Son of Flubber, Fuller, Roger
1 Fuller, Roger Son of Flubber
Canada. Permabooks. #M4279. Second Permabooks Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good Plus. Water Touched. 
February, 1963. $.35 is the original price. Tight binding. 135 Pages plus a couple of pages of Advertising. Medium beige paper. A couple of drops of (?) ink are at the bottom edge beside the Spine (about 1").
Front Cover: A couple of slanted indents are at both corners plus a half dozen handling marks. The usual crease's by the Spine from book opening and a few rolls are beside the Spine caused when water touched it. The book belonged to a former Collector who stamped his usual "A" beside the Spine.
Spine: Wrinkled and an indent's at the bottom of the right edge.
Back Cover: A slanted 2" indent, a 1" one at the bottom beside the edge and four or five indents from opening the book.
In General: The first twenty-four pages have a " indent at the bottom edge. A former Collector's "A" is also stamped at the top corner on the inside Front Cover. I sometimes wonder if it was his approval rating, or what.
Story: This is the Sequel to Flubber. Fred MacMurray was the Professor in the movie tie-in. He's an Inventor who discovers how to make it rain but inside a house, amongst other things. In the first book he invented Flubber which he used in his old Flivver to make it fly. Try saying that when you're a bit Tipsy. 004479 
Price: 7.50 USD
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