Although they aren't really textbooks, I've seen two you might want to try. One is a collection of reviews,
the other is proceedings of a meeting.
1) Plant Development: the cellular basis. 1990. R.F. Lyndon, ed. in the series Topics in Plant Physiology
Publisher: Unwin Hyman: London
and one that fits your description with a black cover with a photo of an apetala1 mutant A.t.
2) Molecular Biology of Plant Development. 1990. G.I. Jenkins and W. Schuch, eds.
Publisher: The Company of Biologists Ltd.:Cambridge
Unfortunately, I don't know the library of congress call number, because, I'm afraid our university still uses
the dewey decimal system!