Freddy and the Dragon

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Overlook Press, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 239 pages
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Freddy and his friends return from a riding trip through New England only to be met by a cool reception from the citizens of Centerboro. Freddy isn't too concerned about it until he receives a message in the middle of the night from his old client and friend, Mrs. Peppercorn. Terrible things have been going on-gardens raided, bicycles stolen, houses broken into, and even more alarming, threatening notes demanding protection money! When Freddy-with the help of Uncle Ben, the farm animals and their very own Dragon- face the crime wave head on- the culprits are sure to get their just rewards.

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User Review  - antiquary - LibraryThing

Freddy the pig and his friends have to deal with a protection racket gang whose members apparently include animals --some people suspect dand his friends involved. The racketeers have fake hedless horseman, bbut Freddy's side tops it w9ith a dragon. Read full review

Review: Freddy and the Dragon (Freddy the Pig #25)

User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

Our second Freddy book. Phoenix is listening to these in audio-book format and he really enjoys them. I enjoy them too, but my attention floats in and out. I definitely recommend this older series. They are good fun. Read full review

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FREDDY AND THE DRAGON by Walter R. Brooks illustrated by Kurt Wiese Overlook Press ISBN: 158567026X Ages 9-12 239 pages ...
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Books: Walter Brooks and Freddy the Pig « Get It? Got It. Good.
through Freddy and the Dragon (published posthumously in 1958), Brooks (and his publisher, Knopf) delivered nearly a “Freddy” a year. ...
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The SF Site Featured Review: Freddy the Detective
The first of these was To and Again (1928), later retitled Freddy Goes to Florida, and the last Freddy and the Dragon (1958). Brooks died August 17, ...
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About the author (2000)

Brooks creator of long running television series, "Mr. Ed".

German-born Kurt Wiese lived on a farm in Frenchtown, New Jersey. He wrote and illustrated over 20 childrens books, and illustrated over 300 books by other authors. Wiese was awarded many honors during his career including the New York Herald Tribune Children's Spring Book Festival Award in 1941 for Captain Kid's Cow, in 1942 for Lions on the Hunt and in 1945 for The Wizard and His Magic Powder. He received the Caldecott Honor Book Award in 1946 for You Can Write Chinese and in 1948 for Fish in the Air. He also won the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in 1959 for The Five Chinese Brothers, in 1965 for The Story About Ping, and in 1970 for Honk, The Moose. Wiese worked primarily in full-color, and also did mural work painting the animals in murals in the Union Hotel in Flemington. Significant pieces of this art still remain on display in the dining room. He was a noted Hunterdon County childrens book illustrator, and donated a collection of his original drawings to the Flemington Public Library.

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