DRAW ME AN ELEPHANT by Anne Stringer Samson

DRAW ME AN ELEPHANT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Draw me an elephant any-how: ""...with one long line/ round and around like a piece of twine;"" ""this pen makes blots/ He's full of dots;"" or seeing a mouse or living in a house, or flat or rounded or with ""five feet to keep him grounded."" ""He's YOURS my boy, to make YOURSELF."" This is one for art teachers (and arty parents) primarily; it's a virtuoso performance, an impressive display of styles and techniques, and the last line on elephants. Kids will find it good looking but not worth listening to.

Pub Date: Aug. 18th, 1967
Publisher: Doubleday