First edition. When Waldo goes to sell his five little pigs in order to afford to get married, they cause him grief and money.
ENA MEENA MINA MO AND BENJAMIN
London: Frederick Warne, (1935). 7.25'' x 8.75''. Original quarter cloth, pictorial boards. Each page of text faces a full-page illustration by the author: fourteen in color and twelve in black and white. Edges rubbed. Paper worn on inside hinges, but not at all weak. Light finger soil. Overall tight.
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