Many of these rhymes are familiar from juvenile anthologies, where innocuousness assumes the nature of anonymity and the...

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SONGS FROM AROUND A TOADSTOOL TABLE

Many of these rhymes are familiar from juvenile anthologies, where innocuousness assumes the nature of anonymity and the mantle of good intentions; isolated as the work of an individual, they are sentimental jingles stuffed with clouds, cocks, crowing, wild and tame flowers, brownies, fairies--and personality planes and trains: the airplane ""with a little motor heart,"" the train who ""chuckles to himself."" Quote in context: ""Oh, goodness gracious me!

Pub Date: July 1, 1967

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Follett

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1967