LORENZO by Bernard Waber

LORENZO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An over-developed curiosity always takes Lorenzo, the fish with the red spotted tail, on personal explorations. The wonders of a sunken ship win his interest but lose him his companions. How funny Lorenzo looks swimming among the sardines; thus, we are relieved when one day he spies a red spotted tail and rejoins his own family. A humorous little story with few words and many picture clues that will appeal to the perceptive in the picture book fraternity.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1961
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin