First published in 1943.
Once again Freddy and his friends on the Bean Farm take an active part in the life of the community. They not only help materially - and in strange and unusual ways - to add to the scrap iron collection, but with Freddy as leader and chief instigator, stir up the citizens of Centerboro to assert their rights.
This is the tenth story by Walter R. Brooks in which Freddy and the animals of the Bean Farm have amusing, exciting and wondrous adventures. The rollicking humor and homely simple philosophy of these tales appeal to adukts as much as to children. They are fine for reading aloud and a grand cure for blackout jitters!Return to Book Titles.