"Corgiville Fair" written and illustrated by Tasha Tudor. Published by Thomas Y. Crowell Company, copyright 1971.
In Corgiville, as in many small towns all over America, the biggest event of the year is the Fair. And the most exciting thing at the Corgiville Fair is the goat race. Caleb Corgi had spent many months training his goat Josephine for the big event. But Edgar Thomcat's goat was fast too and Caleb knew that Edgar was not above indulging in some foul play in order to win. Caleb tried to guard Josephine carefully before the race, but even so, an evil trick of Edgar's nearly put her out of the running.
The sights, sounds, and smell, the fun and excitement of a typical small town fair are captured with humor and affection both in the text and in the marvelously detailed illustrations.
Hard cover book in good condition with no rips or tears. The only writing in the book is a name and date on the back of the front cover. There is some foxing on the first page and the back cover. No dog eared corners. The dust jacket has a lot of wear and tears.
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