Edges of boards and DJ have light shelfwear. DJ protected with mylar and not clipped. Pages tight and clean. Retired library book with usual marks and attachments. Pocket removed. First American Edition. 285 pages. Abraham Chaldean was a natural leader. In 1935 a group of men, women, and children, many of whom had left their homes in Europe, followed him into the middle of the Negev Desert, to the site of an ancient well dug deep into the parched Palestinian land. In that unlikely place, too close to the Arabs for comfort, they started a kibbutz. It was not an easy exercise; it yielded too many dead. But where Abraham led they followed: to Tel Aviv, to another kibbutz along the Sea of Galilee, on the attack across the border into Syria.Visit my eCRATER Store for other great books and save on shipping! FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on orders over $25 when you buy other eligible items!Most books have shelfwear and cover scuffing. Binding is tight unless otherwise noted. If additional information is needed about condition,please ask for a more detailed description. We receive books from many sources and cannot guarantee against pet, perfumeor smoke smells. If this is a concern, please email and we will be glad to check the individual book.All prices are in US dollars.We use actual photos when possiblesince stock photos may be different from our copy.The information provided by eCRATER licensed through MUZE is not always correct and is only provided as a courtesy. If there are any differences, our input is the correct information.DOMESTIC SHIPPING: Most shipping is by Media Mail with delivery confirmation. Discounts available for multiple books that are paid for in one transaction. Priority and Express mail available. Email for details.INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: We ship worldwide for actual postage plus $1.75 handling per order. International buyers must contact me for final costs before making payment.Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal!