A new series, these have primer like content. The format is large type on big pages with pictures, in black and white and...

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I WANT TO BE AN ANIMAL DOCTOR; I WANT TO BE A BAKER; I WANT TO BE AN ORANGE GROWER; I WANT TO BE A TRAIN ENGINEER

A new series, these have primer like content. The format is large type on big pages with pictures, in black and white and full color or two-tones, to amplify the short simple texts, which impart basic information about the topic in question. Each book is centered around the doings of a little boy either with his uncle or a neighborhood friend from whom he picks up essentials and the will to learn. Convenient content material with a story element to carry reader interest. All firmly side-sewn.

Pub Date: Oct. 1, 1956

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Publisher: Childrens Press

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1956