A new angle to this latest addition to a series of cloth books with sponge figures attached which have made a place for...

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A new angle to this latest addition to a series of cloth books with sponge figures attached which have made a place for themselves in both book departments and toy departments. This time, instead of a ""sponge"" figure, the washcloth is a puppet which fits over the hand and serves again a dual purpose- as puppet, as functional wash cloth. Once again, the book text is a simple jingle introducing the character of Dodo, who goes through the child's day -- mealtime, playtime, bedtime, bathtime. The color is safe and washable, and the practical features have been proved for several years.

Pub Date: March 10, 1952

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Peggy Cloth Books

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1952