Grand pictures by a popular dog artist in reds and browns and blacks- for a nonsense story of poor Mr. Clutter who is very...

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NOTHING BUT DOGS

Grand pictures by a popular dog artist in reds and browns and blacks- for a nonsense story of poor Mr. Clutter who is very put out by the five dogs who invade his privacy. In a goodly number of pages (too many for the age level at which I'd put the book) the author demonstrates hilariously that it can be a lot worse than it seems and that after awhile anything is bearable. Slapstick comedy.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947