THE CRICKETS ALL LOOK ALIKE by Bill Davidson

THE CRICKETS ALL LOOK ALIKE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Hey nonny nonny, it's city slickers off to the country again and you'll know most of them: the droll paterfamilias; the ditto, if charming, wife; the acid-tongued teen-age daughter; and the antic dog. Let's not forget the heart-of-platinum neighbor without whom the Davidsons might have perished of hunger, thirst and exposure. All these transient dilemmas and minor triumphs have been symptomatic of books like this ever since Mr. Blandings, and the wind-up, an allergy, is as sticky as a runny nose....Road company Davidson.

Pub Date: Feb. 2nd, 1965
Publisher: Harper & Row