By: Severn, David

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London: Bodley Head, 1959. 165 pages, text illustrated with black-and-white drawings, gift inscription on the front end page, foxing of the top edges of the pages, publication data page makes no mention of a later addition, but the fold over flap says that this is a "Cheap Edition". Therefore not a first edition. The dustwrapper has been dined upon by bibliophilic insects who have attacked the bottom edge of the front fold over crease and part of the rear panel/spine fold. Still not a bad copy for all the above. "When nine-year-old Phillippa arrived to spend her holidays with her godmother at Lilliput Castle, she was disappointed to find that the other children had moved away, and the prospect of a long holiday with only Kitty and Prudence as her companions was not a very exciting thought. The two women share of the work at Lilliput Castle between them; Kitty, Philippa's godmother, worked outside, on the farm and in the garden, while Prudence enjoyed doing all the household chores, the cooking polishing and cleaning. So Phillippa was left to amuse herself, and it was during one of her solitary walks in Wild Valley that she first saw Foxy-boy. Was he a Fox or a boy? What was he doing in the Valley? And would Phillippa ever be able to get near enough to him to find out?". Blue Cloth. Reasonable/Poor -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Lynton Lamb. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Childrens.

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