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by Kurt Wiese,Walter R. Brooks

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Author:
Kurt Wiese,Walter R. Brooks
ISBN13:
978-0142302064
ISBN:
0142302066
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Publisher:
Puffin Books; Reissue edition (September 30, 2002)
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Subcategory:
Animals
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1480 kb
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1431 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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878

Start reading Freddy Goes to the North Pole (Freddy the Pig Book 2) on your Kindle in under a minute. I grew up on the Walter Brooks books about Freddy and his pals on the Bean farm. I have collected the entire collection over the years from book sales and rummage sales.

Start reading Freddy Goes to the North Pole (Freddy the Pig Book 2) on your Kindle in under a minute. I have re-read them time and again over the years, and now at the age of 76 I am starting to read them to my four year old grandson.

Freddy the pig and his barnyard friends run the very successful Barnyard Tours, In. but on a trip to the North Pole some sailors cause trouble . but on a trip to the North Pole some sailors cause trouble for them and Santa.

Walter Rollin Brooks (January 9, 1886 – August 17, 1958) was an American writer best remembered for his short stories on Mister Ed the talking horse and children's books, particularly those about Freddy the Pig and other anthropomorphic animal . .

Walter Rollin Brooks (January 9, 1886 – August 17, 1958) was an American writer best remembered for his short stories on Mister Ed the talking horse and children's books, particularly those about Freddy the Pig and other anthropomorphic animal inhabitants of the "Bean farm" in upstate New York. Brooks was born in Rome, New York. He attended college at the University of Rochester and subsequently studied homeopathic medicine in New York City

Freddy the Pig is the central figure in a series of 26 children's books written between 1927 and 1958 by American author Walter R. Brooks and illustrated by Kurt Wiese, consisting of 25 novels and one poetry collection

Freddy the Pig is the central figure in a series of 26 children's books written between 1927 and 1958 by American author Walter R. Brooks and illustrated by Kurt Wiese, consisting of 25 novels and one poetry collection. The books focus on the adventures of a group of animals living on a farm in rural upstate New York. Freddy is introduced as "the smallest and cleverest" of the pigs on the Bean farm.

As you surely know, the Bean Farm animals are great travelers. The heroic events of Freddy Goes to the North Pole begin with the establishment of Barnyard Tours, In. with Freddy as founder-president. Arctic adventures are famously dangerous and exciting, and this one is no exception. It is fortunate that Freddy and his entourage reach the Pole when they do, as they arrive just in time to be of service to Santa Claus himself

Walter R. Brooks, Kurt Wiese (Illustrator).

Walter R. In the second book, Freddy Goes to the North Pole, he starts a tourism business for local farm I knew about these delightful books when I was a kid but never came across them. They’ve been notoriously hard to find for years until Overlook Press started reprinting them. Freddy the Pig is a genius among pigs. Hooray!" (-The Philadelphia News) or the one who said, "Welcome back, Freddy, you paragon of porkers.

A little while after, the ninety-four tourist animals started off for Florida. They divided into four parties, and Freddy and Jinx and Robert and Hank were each put in charge of one party.

Illustrated by Kurt Wiese. Maybe you’re right, Freddy. Freddy was very proud of his study, although it was so dark in the pig-pen that nobody could possibly study there, or even read. I’d a lot rather go out and have adventures of my own than sit home and read about those somebody else had. Look at the fun we had going to Florida. But he knew all the different papers and pamphlets by their smell (the smell of The Complete Works of Shakespeare in One Volume differs from that of last week’s newspaper more than you would believe), and so when he wanted to read anything, he just went in and got it and carried it outside.

The heroic events of Freddy Goes to the North Pole begin with the establishment of Barnyard Tours, Inc . Kurt Wiese (1887-1974) illustrated over 300 children's books and wrote and illustrated another 20 books.

The heroic events of Freddy Goes to the North Pole begin with the establishment of Barnyard Tours, In. It is fortunate that Freddy and his entourage reach the Pole when they do, as they arrive just in time to be of service to Santa Claus himself. He received two Newbery Awards and two Caldecott Honor Book Awards.

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Freddy the pig and his barnyard friends run the very successful Barnyard Tours, Inc., but on a trip to the North Pole some sailors cause trouble for them and Santa, who, when the animals drive off the bad men, offers a sleigh ride home. Reissue.
  • I grew up on the Walter Brooks books about Freddy and his pals on the Bean farm. I have collected the entire collection over the years from book sales and rummage sales. I have re-read them time and again over the years, and now at the age of 76 I am starting to read them to my four year old grandson. He is already excited, because I am excited. The books are such a good example of outsmarting the bad guys by problem solving and being clever rather than blowing them up or physically hurting them in any way. I belong to a group called Friends of Freddy, and enjoy their newsletters. It is a group that got hooked as children and now, as adults, enjoys talking about these books to each other. I recommend Freddy books to all and am glad that Overlook Press reissued them so that schools can once again have them in their libraries.

  • It's not one of my favorite Freddy book but I want the entire collection. It's funny how in this book only Santa can understand the animals when they talk but in the next book, "Freddy the Detective" everyone can.

  • This is the second of the Freddy the Pig books written by Walter R. Brooks. The earlier books, while terrific for children, are not as entertaining for adults as the later books. The Freddy books are great moral instruction without ever being preachy, always entertaining. In this book, the Bean farm animals decide to visit the North Pole. They have adventures galore on the way and, at the Pole, help save Santa from some well-meaning pirates who are trying to bring efficiency to Santa's workshop. I didn't rate this book higher only because later Freddy books have an even greater appeal. For children, this should be at least a four-star

  • Great book we love it chapters are long but we read half one day half the next

  • We accidentally stumbled on the Freddy books and love them. They are cute and guaranteed to please elementary students.

  • A fine book - I originally read it 45 years ago and it's still just as good.

  • Gift to my grandchild who really like the Freddy books.

  • Although the Freddy books were written in the 20's through the 50's, they still read well today. My daughter loves for me to read a chapter to her at night. Highly recommend any of the books in the series