THE SINGING RHINOCEROS by Anna Standon

THE SINGING RHINOCEROS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The very absurdity of a timid friendly rhinoceros sitting in a flowerbed and singing will capture the risibles of small children who like their animal books with some nonsense. Enormous animals even in zoos can be either fascinating or terrifying, but everyone can enjoy this creature who ran away from the zoo and found a new career for himself. The pictures in line and two tone wash are humorous in the best sense.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1963
Publisher: Coward-McCann