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Noggin and the Whale   (Starting To Read Series, # 2) by  Oliver & Peter Firmin Postgate - First Edition - 1965 - from Granny Goose Books and

Noggin and the Whale (Starting To Read Series, # 2)

by Postgate, Oliver & Peter Firmin

Condition: Very Good/Fair

London: Edmund Ward, 1965. The interior of the book is crisp and clean, with just a few marks of previous use. The blue cloth covers are fresh, with light wear at edges and corners. The dust jacket is only in Fair condition, with light wear overall, with edgewear, a large nick of paper missing from the bottom of the front panel, and a large scrape on the back panel. The jacket is now in a protective mylar cover. Synopsis: This is the second in Ward's "Starting To Read series". King Noggin, from the Land of Nog, is having a biirthday, with lots of presents. Little did he know that a whale in the harbour wanted to joing the fun, and to have a present too". . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fair.


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