There's a squirrel in my boot,/ and he's tooting on my flute/ . . . There's a rabbit on my plate,/ and he ate my chocolate...

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A ROOM FULL OF ANIMALS

There's a squirrel in my boot,/ and he's tooting on my flute/ . . . There's a rabbit on my plate,/ and he ate my chocolate cake/ . . . There's a skunk that's in my trunk,/ and he's chewing on a chunk"" . . . and before this singsong hide-and-seek is over Houston's google-eyed curie has found a hippopotamus in the tub as well as a beaver, a bear, an ostrich and a zebra around the nursery, packed them all into the playroom until they fill it up, and then declared, ""I'll take you back to your own home./ Oh, Scoo Bee Doo Bee Zoo Bee Doo Bee, Doyt!"" Either that or strangle them all with The Bright Yellow Rope.

Pub Date: Sept. 15, 1973

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Addision-Wesley

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1973