SOMEDAY by Charlotte Zolotow

SOMEDAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Wryly stated and amusingly illustrated, these are the dreams of glory shared by small girls -- nothing muscular, no mountains climbed, armies conquered or animals felled but Someday: "I'm going to come home and my brother will introduce me to his friends and say 'This is my sister.' Instead of 'Here's the family creep'"; or, "My mother and father are going to say, 'Why are you going to bed so early?'" Fun in three nicely laid on colors for low pressure laughter in an area usually reserved for boys.
Pub Date: March 24th, 1965
Publisher: Harper & Row
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1st, 1965




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