Freddy Goes Camping (Paperback)
"Welcome back, you paragon of porkers "--Washington Post "The American version of the great English classics, such as the Pooh books or The Wind in the Willows."--The New York Times Book Review In Freddy Goes Camping..., Mr. Camphor's aunts, Minerva and Elmira, were staying with him, much to his disgust. "There's two kinds of aunts," he said. "There's the regular kind, and then there's the other kind. Mine are the other kind." He enlists Freddy's aid in an attempt to rid his house of the ladies, with the result that Freddy and his chums become.
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."