The mildly moving plans of furry little Nibs and Nobs come to a head when the Sealyham at the kennels advises them just to...

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BOWWOW: SAID THE KITTENS!

The mildly moving plans of furry little Nibs and Nobs come to a head when the Sealyham at the kennels advises them just to be themselves instead of trying to achieve canine characteristics in order to please the visiting little boy charge of their mistress. Worried when they hear that all little boys like dogs, Nibs and Nobs visit the St. Bernard, the great dane, the scotty, the chihuahua (if they followed his example they might as well stay kittens) and finally the sensible caiyham- and are rewarded when the little boy gives them both a great big hug. Humor a bit soft, but pleasant, and Connie Moran's doggy, catty pictures successfully capture what there is of it.

Pub Date: May 10, 1952

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Wilcox and Follett

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1952