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NODDY GETS INTO TROUBLE

Illustrated by Mary Brooks
Published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd.; C.A. Publications Ltd. in 1954

NODDY GETS INTO TROUBLE
Illustrated by Mary Brooks.
Stock no. 1316033
1st. 1954. Hardback. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.

Noddy book 8. Green pictorial boards. Colour pictures. Spine and corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Endpapers very slightly browned. Contents bright and clean. Dustwrapper is faded to spine and edges, worn to head and tail of spine and has a few small tears which have been neatly repaired on verso.
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NODDY GETS INTO TROUBLE
Illustrated by Mary Brooks.
Stock no. 2118357
1st. 1954. Hardback. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.

Noddy book 8. Green pictorial boards. Colour pictures. Light wear to cover edges. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is faded to spine, with some edge-creasing and a few small nicks; tear to bottom of spine and creasing to rear panel.
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NODDY GETS INTO TROUBLE
Illustrated by Mary Brooks.
Stock no. 1713432
1st. 1954. Hardback. Very good condition in a good dustwrapper.

Noddy book 8. Green pictorial boards. Colour pictures. Belongs to box completed in ink. Covers edge worn. Wrapper torn and grubby with patch of loss to top of front panel and some surface damage.
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern

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Front cover

Cover of NODDY GETS INTO TROUBLE by Enid Blyton

Contents

  • Biggles goes undercover and joins the spy world in Palestine. Mistaken for another whilst on leave in London, Biggles reports the confusion to Headquarters. To his chagrin they 'encourage' him to take the place of his doppelganger and work for the Germans as a spy whilst secretly reporting to the British. As always, Biggles succeeds admirably however there are a few close calls and nervous moments. Biggles has his first run in with Von Stalhein. Erich is working for German intelligence and comes close to unmasking Biggles on several occasions.