JENNINGS' LITTLE HUT
Published by Collins. 1967
Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Red boards, black title to spine. 255 pages. Top edge red.
Spine slightly bumped. Foxing to endpapers and prelims. Light page browning throughout. Dustwrapper is foxed on verso and slightly edge rubbed. Red title on wrapper spine is slightly faded.
Stock no. 1322829
- Jennings and Darbishire in their third term at Linbury Court School, have succeeded in getting permission for the boys to occupy their leisure time in hut building in a remote and rather marshy part of the school grounds. Admittedly the "sorry looking shanties of twig and bull-rush" which result from this supposedly constructive form of out-of-school activity are not up to the Headmaster's expectations, but the pride of the hut-dwellers themselves is unbounded.
- The term runs its course: its tranquility disturbed by minor or major upsets of a sort which commonly befalls them - from the misadventure with Bromo's goldfish, Elmer, to the disaster with the Head's cucumber frame.