Good merchandise, and a rather novel idea provides the skeleton for this collection of poems and rhymes and lots of...

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BROTHER, BABY AND I

Good merchandise, and a rather novel idea provides the skeleton for this collection of poems and rhymes and lots of pictures. There are 44 of them, from traditional nursery rhymes to favorites of Robert Louis Stevenson, James Stephens, Christina Rossetti, Longfellow, and a salting of some newer writers, Dorothy Aldis, Rose Fyleman, Eleanor Farjeon, etc. The arrangement is keyed by the running ""story"" of the children's day, from waking up to going to bed.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947