First edition of one of the harder to find Freddy the pig books, in which he and the inhabitants of Bean Farm must uncover the secret of the dreaded IGNORMUS that lurks in the woods.
Fine in very good plus dust jacket.
FREDDY AND THE IGNORMUS
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941. 7.75'' x 5.5''. Original brown cloth boards with blue titles to spine and blue illustration to lower front board. Original unclipped color pictorial dust jacket ($2.00). Full-page black-and-white frontis with sixteen full-page black-and-white illustrations and half-page black-and-white illustrations to each chapter heading. With pictorial endleaves. , 286,  pages. Edges of dust jacket somewhat frayed, with several small repairs. Overall sharp and bright.
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