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Spring Comes to World’s End

Uncle Rudolph is threatening to sell World’s End, so the Fieldings try to earn the money to buy it themselves, though they never seem to get very far, as the savings jar is always being plundered to help more animals.

Publishing history
Heinemann, 1973
Doubleday, New York, 1973, 162 pp.
Pan, pb 1975 (cover Peter Charles, text illus Gareth Floyd)
Mammoth, pb, 1993

Uncle Rudolph is threatening to sell World’s End, so the Fieldings try to earn the money to buy it themselves, though they never seem to get very far, as the savings jar is always being plundered to help more animals.

The World’s End series
The House at World’s End
Summer at World’s End
World’s End in Winter
Spring at World’s End

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Monica Dickens