First edition, first printing of an "out of this world" Freddy story, in which the title pig must expose a hoax with the help of a band of Martians.
Very good plus in very good dust jacket.
FREDDY AND THE MEN FROM MARS
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1954. 7.75'' x 5.25''. Original orange cloth boards with blue and black titles to front and spine. Machine-deckle edges. Original unclipped color pictorial jacket ($3.00). Black-and-white pictorial title page with nineteen black-and-white full-page illustrations and black-and-white half-page illustrations to the head of each chapter. Pictorial endpapers of Martians and rats facing off in outer space. , 246,  pages. Dust jacket somewhat rubbed to edges with small repair to hinge of front flap, occasional spotting to page edges, else sharp and clean.
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