New York: A.L. Burt Company, 1928. The frontispiece is missing, one plate is loose, the backstrip was mended unwisely, cloth boards are edgeworn and soiled with handling. A terrible copy. Nor are the drawings well-conceived or -executed. What's good about it: 3 plates remain of the original four, plus a fullsize color plate fixed to front cover, plus 8 different quarter-page drawings on the coated endsheets; none of these twelve illustrations are scribbled-on or torn. As is. The Sunnybrook series.
A masterpiece of blandness, er, we mean evidently a much-loved book. Pricey on the net, pricier than us; perhaps it is series identification that has endeared it.