OVER THE FENCE IS OUT by

OVER THE FENCE IS OUT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pocketful of boyhood memories revives an earlier, simpler era (the ) and the times when you went out and did something- played ball, copped a Hershey bar, or fooded around with machines at the local drugstore. There's his father--who schooled him in how to lose at baseball as well as win, in brewing beer- at home, and in the excitement of there's his younger brother Charley- who ""emotionally pockmarked"" his childhood with various vocational experiments such as taxidermy live on a , there's his eccentric, unemployed Uncle Harry who chased and died of a heart attack on a final there's Rover, a wolverine type dog, who his way through the house and the neighborhood; etc., etc.... Like the but the cartoons by Robert Day will help attract that audience for humor.

Pub Date: Oct. 2nd, 1961
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston