TAKE A NAP, HARRY by

TAKE A NAP, HARRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

After five years (Throw a Kiss, Harry, 1958, 73, J-19), Harry pads back on the scene, as ordinary and undistinguished as he was in the past. The unmomentous rent for this appearance is an afternoon nap. Although a cat, Harry wears boy's clothing, naps in a boy's type bed, and unable to sleep, goes to help his human-like cat mother bake a cake. The petite pictures depict cat and cat-child in stiffly quaint poses.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1964
Publisher: Harper & Row