Item description for Freddy the Pied Piper (Brooks, Walter R. Freddy the Pig Series.) by Walter R. Brooks & Kurt Wiese...
Overview When the animals of Mr. Bloomschmidt's traveling circus need help, Freddy the pig does not disappoint them.
Publishers Description Everyone's favorite pig finds himself center ring in his latest adventure, Freddy the Pied Piper. Freddy's friends knew that they could always rely on him to help them out of a jam, and when Mr. Boomschmidt and his traveling circus run into trouble, Jerry the rhinoceros turns to upstanding Freddy for some practical advice. In an instant the ever resourceful Freddy swings into action, and quick as you know, plans are made, funds raised, and scattered circus animals found. Freddy does it again, in one of his most memorable and enjoyable adventures.
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Studio: Overlook Juvenile
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 5.32" Height: 1.04" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Feb 18, 2002
Publisher Overlook Juvenile
ISBN 1585672262 ISBN13 9781585672264
Availability 0 units.
More About Walter R. Brooks & Kurt Wiese
Walter R. Brookswas an American writer best remembered for his short stories onMister Edthe talking horse and children's books, particularly those aboutFreddy the Pigand other anthropomorphic animal inhabitants of the "Bean farm" inupstate New York. Kurt Wiese illustrated over 400 books, nineteen of which he also wrote, before his death in 1974."
Walter R. Brooks was born in 1886 and died in 1958.
Walter R. Brooks has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Freddy the Pied Piper (Brooks, Walter R. Freddy the Pig Series.)?
How can you hate Freddy? Nov 29, 2002
I have read these books, the entire series, all 18 or so of them, once every 3-4 years for the last 2 decades, and I love them all! Having them republished is a great boon to the world! This one in particular is just vintage Freddy, it doesn't strand out for any particular reason, just excellent like the rest.
A Better One May 18, 2002
A generally amusing Freddy adventure. My favorite line: "Mr. Bleech was a pretty mean man. Anyway, nobody in his senses would expect a kind action from a man who would steal from a rhinoceros." Brooks had such a gift for gentle and humorous characterization that I wish he had had a stronger editor. I would enjoy the books about twice as much if somebody had red pencilled his compulsive and relentless use of "pretty" as an intensifier (see above quote)! I drop them when reading the books to my six year old son. My favorites: "Freddy the Politician" (unfortunately, this volume has lost its original title, "Wiggins for President," the best title Brooks ever came up with!), "Freddy the Detective," "Freddy and the Ignormus." "Freddy goes to Florida," the first and perhaps easiest, is a good start for younger children.