JENNINGS AND DARBISHIRE
by Anthony Buckeridge
Published by Collins. 1958
Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Jennings receives a printing set! Red boards, black title to spine. 256 pages. Colour frontis.
Lengthy address inscription in ink to front endpaper. Foxing to endpapers, outer page edges and some page margins. Wrapper is price-cut with edge-creasing; foxed to verso; a few small chips and nicks at corners.
Stock no. 2127188
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern
- The trouble with Jennings is that he has his own extraordinary way of doing things. Given an Ideal Printing Outfit for his birthday, he hits on a Great Idea - a newspaper called the Third Form Times. And what could be hotter news than a photo of a French fishing boat in the local harbour taken with Jennings' new camera? But Darbishire's French isn't up to much - nor is the fisherman's English. Result: the boys are given a large parcel of fresh fish which they smuggle back to school and which in a moment of desperation Jennings shoves up the irascible Mr. Wilkin's chimney.