New York: Gantz, Jones & Co. Lacks cover, we have been informed, though no detachment scars are visible; ergo the titling advanced above is cobbled together from interior captions: 8p., four pages of unadorned text and four of color cartooning on a black field. Softbound, a tiny pamphlet in 4x3.5 inch self-wraps, paperstock mildly toned with small stains, a good-only exemplar that as said is lacking an enclosing title-leaf. As is.
Ad-copy part of the text is abyssmal; "The BEST in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD. Without an equal.. Your cookery will always be good. You will always have a good cook. It makes every cook a good one" &c &c. The color-pages feature a skinny little Punch named Humpty Dumpty (zero resemblance to Alice's Humpty) with doggerel captioning that tells a story: H.D. puts too much Sea Foam in his dough and.. well.. you have to buy the book!