The Tale of Turkey Proudfoot
"This will never do," Turkey Proudfoot muttered to himself. "No doubt I could whip all six of them; but they'd be likely to pull some of my tail feathers out. And I don't want my tail spoiled."
Turkey Proudfoot is quite the avian strutter. All the hen turkeys agree his high steps are the finest. But don’t let this vain bird think you’ve insulted him. He might gobble gobble at you and make you sorry! At least he hopes so.
First published in 1921 The Tale of Turkey Proudfoot is the seventh book in Arthur Scott Bailey’s Slumber-Town series.
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|Pages: 84||Size: 6" x 9"|
Cream paper; perfect bound with gloss cover.
Cream paper; casewraped with gloss cover.