THE WISHING NIGHT by Carole Vetter

THE WISHING NIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Resentful at being left home with a baby sitter, Karen snuggles down in bed and thinks about parties and wishes for parties and whoosh..she is whisked away for a round of revelry: a garden party jumping with rabbits; a house party tendered by turtles; a banquet presided over by polite pigs; a cat concert; a masked ball with unmasked raccoons. The clock strikes twelve, Wishing Night is over, and, safely back in her bed, Karen goes right to sleep. Flat pictures and flat text make a ho-hum humdrum book--the listener will be asleep first.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1966
Publisher: Macmillan