BILLY BUNTER THE BOLD
Illustrated by R.J. Macdonald
Published by Cassell & Co. Ltd.. 1st. 1954
Almost very good condition. Blue boards, dark blue titles. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations.
Spine and corners bumped. Spine and board edges browned. Endpapers browned. Creasing to a couple of corners. Small margin tear to one page. Foxing to page edges and a few brownish marks to contents which are otherwise clean.
Stock no. 1404163
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- Oodles of tuck were laid out in the study for the tea-party prepared by the Famous FIve for a visit by Wingate, the School Captain. Unfortunately Bunter spotted it before the party began and fell to the temptation to sample it. Perhaps he let his enthusiasm run away with him a bit but he did leave some, if not enough to save him from the wrath of the Remove. Hauled up to a form trial he was sentenced to Coventry until he reformed.
- Miserable under this infliction Bunter invented various ways of getting himself back into favour but these schemes ended uncomfortably. But one day the Owl of the Remove really did achieve something - only to find that Harry Wharton & Co. wouldn't believe a word of it.