Mostly in words that begin with W, Worrywort Willie gets his wish when a wispy waft of air becomes a whirling, whipping west...

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Mostly in words that begin with W, Worrywort Willie gets his wish when a wispy waft of air becomes a whirling, whipping west wind to work his windmill. Likewise Ghost Greta and Gilbert Goblin gallop off gaily in the key of G: Rob's rat Red Eye really relishes rubbish; and the sagas of Matthew Munch-Mouth's midriff, helicopter-happy Henry Hubert, and countless others are similarly mono . . . mono. . . well, in fact, monotonous. In comic-strip format but with no comic punch, these exercises designed by a speech therapist are just boring bits of babble outside the clinic.

Pub Date: April 3, 1978

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Prentice-Hall

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1978