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JUST LIKE JENNINGS

Written by Anthony Buckeridge
Published by Collins

JUST LIKE JENNINGS
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1965. Hardback.

Red boards, black title to spine. Top edge red. 256 pages. 4 b/w illustrations.

Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Foxing to endpapers, outer page edges and verso of wrapper, which is also price-cut with a few nicks.

Stock no. 2130504

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JUST LIKE JENNINGS
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1st. 1961. Hardback.

It is always safe to assume that some disaster will threaten the smooth running of the school routine as soon as Jennings and Darbishire return. However, this time trouble starts on the train journey to the school. Cream boards, dark title to spine. Colour frontis plus 4 b/w illustrations.

Very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Some browning to edges. Bumping to corners. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is torn with loss to top of spine and rear panel.

Stock no. 2129840

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JUST LIKE JENNINGS
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1st. 1961. Hardback.

It is always safe to assume that some disaster will threaten the smooth running of the school routine as soon as Jennings and Darbishire return. However, this time trouble starts on the train journey to the school. Cream boards, dark title to spine. Colour frontis plus 4 b/w illustrations.

Slightly better than very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Some page edge browning. Wrapper is faded to spine; 1-2" tear to base of spine; some edge-creasing and browning.

Stock no. 2129642

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Contents

  • It is always safe to assume that some disaster will threaten the smooth running of the school routine soon after Jennings and Darbishire return to Lonbury as the beginning of a new term. This time, however, the trouble began even before they had set foot inside the building, for the journey on the school train became a nightmare for masters and railway staff alike - thanks to Jennings' misdirected enthusiasm.
  • There followed the hounding down of an inoffensive bird-watcher whom Jennings assumed to be a secret agent; and then came the mystery of the Abominable Snow-car discovered during Jennings' mountaineering assault on the unclimbable kitchen stairs. Then there was the boy's fantastic attempts to replace Mr. Wilkin's shattered flower vase by entering for the home-made cake competition at the village fete. It was "Just like Jennings" to disrupt the Summer term by a succession of misadventures in his own inimitable style.

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