"Bugaboo Bill" story by Palmer Cox with pictures by William Curtis Holdsworth. Published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux, copyright 1971.
There was an old giant named Bugaboo Bill, Resided in England, on top of a hill.
When the fruit was all gathered and ready for sale
Were poultry and cattle,- then down with fail
Would come uninvited, old Bugaboo Bill,
And carry a load to his home on the hill.
How the villagers get the better of Bugaboo Bill at last is the point of Palmer Cox's verse-story that charmed children.
Good condition with no rips, tears, or writing.