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William the Cannibal

1965 edition

Rubbing to edges and corners bumped. Spine and covers creased. Pages browning. Name stamp on title page and homemade library 'ticket' stuck to inside of front cover.

They fell upon the unwary traveller and dragged him with savage whoops and cries to the fire. There they bound him to a tree and danced around brandishing sticks and chanting wild songs.

Then they cooked him in a cauldron over a blazing fire and ate him.

Ginger was the first traveller, then it was Henry's turn, and then Douglas's. Finally William was eaten, his dying groans arousing real admirations. Altogether being cannibals was jolly good fun.

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Author Richmal Crompton
Publisher Armada
Type Paperback
Condition Good -
Series William
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