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Mr. Boorschmidt's Stupendous and Unexcelled Circus is back in town. This time, one of its attractions is really out of this world. In the big ring are six Martians and their flying saucer! But Boorschmidt doesn't stop there. He wants something even more spectacular to offer the audience, so he asks Freddy for help.

Freddy knows what to do. He organizes an amazing baseball team. With the help of the other animals from Bean Farm, Freddy will teach the Martians, an elephant, an ostrich, and Mr. Boorschmidt to play ball. What will the other teams think of this strange group?

The Freddy the Pig books, written between 1927 and 1955, are childhood classics that have been called the American equivalent of the Pooh series. With John McDonough's warm narrations, the Freddy books are now attracting an enthusiastic new generation of fans.

A pig for all seasons: listen to more of Freddy the pig's adventures.
©1980 Dorothy R. Brooks; (P)2000 Recorded Books, LLC

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great book

love all the Freddie audio books, they are great for passing time. I need to buy all of them!

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Great book for kids!

It's captivating, thrilling and downright hilarious. Definitely a must read for kids. When I was little my mom picked it up from the library and my brother and I loved it. We rented it over and over again. Years later I discovered that it was one in a series, one that I am happy to share with my kids.