One is either a Wolo fan or not a Wolo fan. I've loved him from his first venture with Amanda, the polka dotted snake. I...

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SIR ARCHIBALD

One is either a Wolo fan or not a Wolo fan. I've loved him from his first venture with Amanda, the polka dotted snake. I like his irrelevancies -- his type of fantasy. Sir Archibald is the boastful monkey of previous books -- and this time he sets out to recover the king's crown from the dreaded Grizzlegrimm. The Meanies make it hard for him, but he has learned to use a charm which shows up fears as nothing -- and he comes through unscathed, only to find that Grizzlegrimm is a scarecrow! -- And the crown is home -- under the throne -- all the time. Typical Wolo pictures -- and lots of them.

Pub Date: Nov. 1, 1944

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Morrow

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1944