THE STORY OF MARGARET FIELD-MOUSE
Illustrated by Cam
Published by John Lane The Bodley Head. 1st. 1946
Slightly better than good condition in a good dustwrapper. The third picture book in this series. Green pictorial boards. Glorious colour pictures of the cute little mouse and her friends.
A little bumping and wear to spine and corners. Some nibbling to board edges, especially bottom edges and lower front corner. Spine browned with split to bottom. A couple of marks to rear cover. Endpapers foxed. Contents clean and bright. Dustwrapper has loss, mainly from bottom of front panel and alongside top of spine, nibbling to folds, edge wear. Front panel and spine browned. Flaps foxed. Wrapper browned and foxed on verso.
Stock no. 1504974
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern
- Margaret began as a very little mouse, but you know what mice are, always scampering about looking for trouble and wanting things that are just out of reach. Well Margaret was just like that. She wanted to be as big as an elephant so a fairy did a little magic and made her enormous. And that was the beginning of all sorts of bother for Margaret, because it didn't turn out to be anything like such fun as she expected. She found out what it was like to be tired and hungry and very miserable. She was caught and put in a cage in a circus, and all the people came to stare at her. Poor Margaret! Then just when everything seemed too sad to be endured, the magic was undone - and it came right again in a proper little way.