This is sure to be offered as a juvenile item, so read the full report on page 559. In spite of the author's name and fame,...

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LITTLE SISTER SU

This is sure to be offered as a juvenile item, so read the full report on page 559. In spite of the author's name and fame, in spite of the unique format, intended to convey the impression of a Chinese book, and opening out like an accordion, it seems to us more of a trick book than one that has any great merit in itself. The story is a fairy tale for grown-ups.

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Publisher: John Day

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1942