MICKEY-ANGELO by Charles P. Graves

MICKEY-ANGELO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mickey and Tom want more than anything to win the free trip from Florida to Oklahoma. They just have to ""do the most to make Muskoville a more interesting place to live"". The boys decide to make a statue of the Indian chief for whom the town was named and present it to the city. They earn money by teaching a Seminole Indian to make ""genuine Indian arrowheads"" that the three of them sell to tourists. Then they purchase an unwanted statue of an angel with a halo -- the halo becomes a feather; the wings, arms; and chip by chip, the angel becomes Chief Muskoville. The boys win the contest. Boys who enjoy thinking up schemes and projects will enjoy this book.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1962
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls