1 edition of Enid Blytons You funny little Noddy found in the catalog.
Originally published, London , Sampson Low, Marston, 1955.Text, ill on lining papers.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|2||Noddy Library -- 10|
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no 10 in series with children's library advert for Toby Twirl and Nicholas Thomas to rear flap fold. Still, it was a nice, short read and an enjoyable instalment in the series. Spine and corners bumped and slightly worn. and Pleiades Books, Ltd, 1955. Big-Ears rides off and Noddy drives away looking for passengers.
Undated but first was 1955. but it brings Noddy a lot of trouble as driving his car becomes chaotic with the huge raincoat and his clients umbrellas and tails!!!! All books where possible will be sent in wrap around cardboard boxes and bubble wrapped.
He believes Noddy to be misbehaving though and demands he pays fines for the things he has knocked over. Noddy then gets a proposition put before him which he accepts and the result is an extremely positive one for both the car owner and Noddy who earns himself a lot of money.
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Illustrated by illustrated by Peter Wienk. Flat spine 3s 6d on jacket. Well, that's mighty nice of him so Noddy dons it although he's not all that happy because Big-Ears is considerably stout which means the coat's much too big but the Little Nodding Man has to do what he's told when his friend speaks in such a firm voice.
Once more PC Plod is on the scene and is again very angry. Now we must await the next book which will relate further adventures of this remarkable little man. Colour pictorial laminated boards and same design dustjacket.The Richards Press Ltd. He wins, and is given half the prize money. He then picks up Mrs Minnie Monkey but her wet tail causes problems in the car and Noddy knocks down a letter box, which in turn knocks down the ubiquitous Mr Plod, who is once again displeased.
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Well, that's mighty nice of him so Noddy dons it although he's not all that happy because Big-Ears is considerably stout which means the coat's much too big but the Little Nodding Man has to do what he's told when his friend speaks in such a firm voice.
Plod and a notice is put up with a reward offered for news of the missing person.
analysing site traffic and usage• two shillings this time because the letters spilled out of the box when it tipped over.