ALOHA FROM BOBBY by Arnold Spilka

ALOHA FROM BOBBY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In trying to decide on a suitable memento for Uncle Herman who had recently bid ""Aloha"" to Bobby and to Hawaii, Bobby introduces his readers to many typical scenes of the island. What picture should be draw? -- a grove of coconut trees, a pineapple plantation, a waterfall, a surf riding scene, a volcano? Throughout the ""tour"", Bobby is accompanied by his favorite pet, Nene, a honking goose, who adds a note of humor. After carefully drawing the letters of the Hawaiian alphabet, Bobby hits on the perfect reminder for Uncle Herman -- a picture of Nene honking ""Aloha"". There is a great deal of simple information tucked into Bobby's wanderings.

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1962
Publisher: Walck