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Tennessee: Cry of the Heart [Tennessee Williams]

by Radar, Dotson

Condition: Very Fine/Very Fine


1985. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Fine/Very Fine. NY, 1985, 1st edition, Doubleday & Co., very fine condition in very fine dust wrapper [literature]

Freddy and the Ignormous (1941) is the 8th book in the humorous children's series Freddy the Pig by author Walter R. Brooks and illustrator Kurt Wiese. (It is the last book in the series before the U.S. enters the era of World War Two. ) There are dramatic reports of a monster in the dark woods near the Bean farm. When local animals are subject to extortion, Freddy and his friends test their bravery confronting the unknown.



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