The enticement is a large, countrified, Victorian back yard which is equipped with gazebo, knee-high waterfall, and...

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The enticement is a large, countrified, Victorian back yard which is equipped with gazebo, knee-high waterfall, and overgrown grasses, and which offers such minute diversions as insect, squirrel, rabbit and pebble hunting, making floral garlands, or even just sitting and watching ""the wind in the grass."" The invitation is extended by a breathless, overeager little girl's ""I"" (""We have a fir tree, and the branches grow so low that when you creep in, it's like a little house inside. I'll take you there.""). The illustrations indicate acceptance by a docile younger boy although the suggestions seem unlikely to appeal to anyone but a very quiet girl. .

Pub Date: Aug. 1, 1966

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Publisher: Harper & Row

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1966