This barnyard story is sort of a scramble of ""Old MacDonald"" and ""The Ugly Duckling."" Two playful kittens frolic to the...

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THE BIGGEST WHITEST EGG

This barnyard story is sort of a scramble of ""Old MacDonald"" and ""The Ugly Duckling."" Two playful kittens frolic to the goose's nest while she's out to breakfast and roll her eggs downhill to the turkey nest. The turkey takes great pride in her new big white eggs, but is dismayed when the goslings come stamping out of their shells. Fortunately the kittens are there to lead the changelings goose-stepping back up the hill to home. The story, surprisingly complicated for its simple content, is liberally interspersed with ""Quack, Quacks,"" ""Cluck, Clucks,"" ""Gobble, Gobbles,"" ""Honk, Honks,"" ""Mew, Mews,"" and other sound effects in outsize, boldface type.

Pub Date: March 21, 1966

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Golden Gate

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1966