FANCY BE GOOD by Audrey Chalmers
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FANCY BE GOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Now this is definitely a small children's book -- and the central theme is not unlike Simpson and Sampson. The twins this time are kittens, one is bad and one is good, and the bad one is sent away to a farm where he learns his lesson from the cows and the hens and the other farm creatures who just wont be put upon. He runs away and comes home, and he is so good that the gardener and the cook and the family don't recognize him at first -- and then welcome him joyfully. Darling pictures and a story that even a two year old will follow with understanding.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1941
Publisher: Viking