Moody, Peggie C.: One Too Many.

Moody, Peggie C. - One Too Many. Lutterworth, second impression, 1958. To be the unwanted fifth in a dormitory of four friends, and "one too many" in the House, wasn't a very encouraging start for Penelope's school life. Judy, the lively leader of the Junior School, seemed determined to be her enemy, and one misunderstanding after another, even Pen's Christianity, made things wrose between them. Pen's brave rescue led to complications, and then a confession; but it was not until after Judy was suspected of theft, and Pen helped her in some detective work, that their new friendship was established - and sealed at a midnight feast of waffles and lemonade. (flap). 7½" x 4¾", 126pp plus 1 plates, green cloth, black blocking, hardback. Illustrated with a monochrome frontispiece. Very slightly sunned spine; prize-plate on front-free endpaper; edge-foxing; very good minus; complete with poor (3½" tear along back spine edge to crease across panel leading to 2½" tear down front-edge, tears/creases/edge-wear, slightly sunned spine, slightly 'dusty') price-cut wrapper.

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