Titolo: Brave Bantam, The
Casa editrice: The Macmillan Company, New York
Data di pubblicazione: 1946
Illustratore: Sewell, Helen
Condizione libro: Fair
Condizione sovraccoperta: No Jacket Probably as Issued
Edizione: First Edition.
Tipologia articolo: Ex-Library
Approx. 40 un-numbered pages. Heavily used, mended, soiled and loved book. Orange cloth w/two chickens painted in sepia on the cover. Library bound and still tight. Wonderful story and b/w sketches. A story about a very smart Belgian Quail Bantam who was the leader. Takes place during WWII when farmers were encouraged to raise chickens for the eggs and chickens. Her home changed. A fence was built. An incubator was installed. She was the leader and protector of the chickens from hawks and predators. She lays lots of eggs. At the end she gets an award at a Victory Fair. Size: 8" Tall. Codice inventario libreria 000435
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