Arab was a wooden horse on a merry-go-round in a park, but his ambitions reached beyond such limitations. He manages to...

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THE ADVENTURES OF ARAB

Arab was a wooden horse on a merry-go-round in a park, but his ambitions reached beyond such limitations. He manages to escape and has jolly adventures in and about a large city, and ends as a weather vane proudly overlooking the city and forty floors of a big department store. Louis Slobodkin has imagination and a fairy tale sense of story telling, but is best known for the illustrations which have brought him a distinguished place in the world of children's books.

Pub Date: Dec. 3, 1946

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Publisher: Macmillan

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1, 1946