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1930's JERRY TODD AND THE WALTZING HEN Leo Edwards HC myster

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Condition
Very Good
Format
Hardcover
Category
Science & Nature
Author
Leo Edwards
Publisher
Grosset & Dunlap
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JERRY TODD AND THE WALTZING HEN Copyright, 1925 (probably a 1934 printing) This is #4 in the Jerry Todd series. Anyone reading these books will have to agree there are laughs on every page! A mixture of mystery and adventure. Join the fun! This book is in good condition. It has a red cloth hardcover. It has blue print and the "freckled goldfish" on the cover. It has "Map of Tutter Illinois" endpapers. There is one glossy frontis and three glossy internal illustrations. The cover has an edge bump on front and back and minor corner bumping. The pages have normal tanning. There is slight minor splitting starting at title page. A nice book.

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