MORRIS HAS A COLD by Bernard Wiseman

MORRIS HAS A COLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As it's only a little cold, Morris the Moose tells bear friend Boris that his nose is walking--but the affliction does seem enough to take the edge off his already limited wit. About all he can come up with are the following answers to Boris' attentive suggestions: "" 'Let me feel your forehead.' 'I don't have four heads! . . . This is my ONE head' "" and "" 'Don't you know what tea is?' 'Yes, T is a letter like A,B,C,D . . . .'"" Allowing that beginning readers might previously have found Morris funny just because he's so dumb, this time he's just too dumb to be funny.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1978
Publisher: Dodd, Mead