Chicago: Albert Whitman & Company 1943/1943; brown cloth boards with full colored plate; endpapers with boys and hound dogs in a field; in jacket with all around illustration of Jerry sitting on a split rail fence with his dogs at his feet; 6.5x9.3"; 64 pp. Juvenile hardback.
The Second Book in the "Jerry Jake" series. Grandpappy Huckaby finds work. In his absence young Jerry Jake must take over at the log cabin home and see Grandmammy through until Grandpappy returns. One of the surprises that Grandpappy plans for his return arrives at the cabin before he does; whereupon Jerry Jake decides that he can install a new pane of window glass fully as well as his grandfather can. Sequel to Step Along and Jerry Jake.
CONDITION: Near Fine in Very Good jacket; no names or other marks, cover and plate very clean; in clean, crisp jacket with 1/8" edgewear, creasing all along top (storage problem) small sticker pull tear on back and tiny nicks and 1" closed tear near bottom spine; unclipped 1.50. Item #21645