5 edition of Beebo and the Fizzimen found in the catalog.
|Statement||Vintage/Ebury (A Division of Random House Group)|
|Publishers||Vintage/Ebury (A Division of Random House Group)|
|LC Classifications||March 6, 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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Dustwrapper is slightly edge rubbed and faded to spine, some foxing to flaps. A couple of tiny white marks to publisher's red slipcase. Dustwrapper is edge worn and browned, mainly at spine and edges, tear to spine has been 'repaired' on verso with a white label. Dustwrapper is grubby and edge worn. Good overall - but would not suit a serious collector.
Green cloth, gilt title to spine and embossed title to front cover.
Bumping and wear to spine and corners. The text of this edition is based on the 1914 Hodder edition, with amendments. A tiny indentation to rear cover. " Bill the black poodle proves to be more than a handful of trouble for the Orlando Family! Remains of a barcode label to rear cover. In original slip case which has same illustration as the dustwrapper to one side; near fine; a few light marks and a couple of small knocks at edges.
Facsimile of the 4th Rupert annual 1939. Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. Not Printed On Beebo and the Fizzimen Seller Location• Beebo and the Fizzimen very slight creasing to top corner of prelims caused by bumping of front board.
The magazine Chouchou was founded specifically for the character in 1964, and in the same year it appeared as a "singer" on two CDs with the voice of at higher speed, including one song "La Mascotte des copains" with Fix's lyrics. Books with Fix' illustrations have appeared in French, German, English, Italian, Finnish, Danish, Dutch, Welsh, Swedish, NorwegianSpanish, Afrikaans, Japanese, Lithuanian, Portuguese, and Hebrew.
The book tells a witty and fantastic story of how to develop a standpoint and how to live in coincidence with your convictions - which finally leads to freedom for Serafin and his friend Plum. The book tells a witty and fantastic story of how to develop a standpoint and how to live in coincidence with your convictions - which finally leads to freedom for Serafin and his friend Plum.
No way of knowing :. In 1965 it appeared in the magazine. book was one of my favourites as a kid, if I had read this when I was five-ish as well, maybe I'd have liked it better. Small name in red biro to front free-endpaper.
Good overall - but would not suit a serious collector.
Some very slight creasing to top corner of prelims caused by bumping of front board.
Slightly better than very good condition in a fine dustwrapper.