MY BOX AND STRING by Betty- Illus. Woods

MY BOX AND STRING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Boy loves stringed-up box. A dog wants it, a cat would like to have her kits in it, a bird wishes to nest in it, a duck desires to lay her eggs in it; another boy would like to move in with his wagon. Everyone is rejected and goes away mad, 'til the boy builds them all a replica. The three color illustrations are in bold, amusing cartoon style. The dialogue is all in rhyme. 186 easy words, easily read, easily forgotten. Not much, but not bad.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1963
Publisher: Reilly & Lee