Author(s): Norman Lindsay
Believing wholeheartedly that children preferred food to fairies, Norman Lindsay concocted a recipe for success that has lingered for one hundred years.
Here are the adventures of Sam Sawnoff, Barnacle Bill andAlbert, the cut-and-come again pudding, who requires 'politeness and constanteatin'.'
Now in a slipcase, this beautifully designed edition of a perennial favourite also includes a section, 'From the Publisher's Archives' that contains a fascinating collection of correspondence between Norman Lindsay and his publishers, Angus & Robertson. The letters have come from the A & R Archives held in the Mitchell Library and were selected with the assistance of Lindsay's granddaughter, Helen Glad, who also wrote a short biography of him especially for this book.
In print since 1918, this slipcase edition is the perfect gift and is sure to whet the appetite of all 'puddin' fanciers'.