"He moved toward us, and the next thing I knew he was holding the paper right in front of my face. I could see something now. He had both palms up, and his thumbs were pinching the tracing paper. I saw some powder, green powder...."
First edition of this young adult novel about a group of teenage friends experimenting with marijuana for the first time, touted on the front flap as a "truthful and realistic experience, described by a psychiatrist intimately concerned with the problems of young people."
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1969. First edition (stated). Octavo, 8.25 x 5.25 in. 112pp. Yellow cloth with blue lettering on spine and front board; in dust jacket. Toning and a touch of soiling to textblock edges. Unclipped jacket ("$4.25") with moderate perimeter rubbing and some tattering at head of spine. A near fine copy in a very good jacket, featuring design by Milton Glaser.