Joey and the Helicopter

By Robert Martin (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1956 by Nelson
Illustrated by T R Freeman
Terry Freeman dustwrapper. Click to enlarge
This was probably the most important of all Joey's adventures, as it started with the coming of Jas - a very important figure indeed ! Though the helicopter episode into which Jas led was important enough too, goodness knows . . .

Joey is one of those who walk hand-in hand with adventure
Originally published in March 1956 as part of the 'Joey' series of books.

Red boards, black lettering spine and front board - with The Joey books logo on front lower right; 117pp; b/w frontis and 8 illustrations.
Dustwrapper has full colour picture on the front and a separate picture on the spine; cover price 2/6.

Note: Joey books were published at 2/6 until at least August 1957. (This from advertising search. John)

1957: recorded in the 1962 reprint)
1962: dated reprint: red boards; Joey logo; dustwrapper price-clipped.
* Two other copies: both with brown cloth with black lettering and logo and price-clipped d/w with price 5/- net printed beside the clipping.
* 1962 Copy advertised for sale with blue boards and black lettering, not ex-lib.

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Last updated 1st October 2011