THE MAN WHO LOST HIS HEAD by Claica  Bishop
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THE MAN WHO LOST HIS HEAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is sure to be amusing to all children from about five to seven, the story is catching and the pictures by Robert McCloskey funny in every detail. Once a man set bol upright in bed overcome with horror because he had lost his head. He decided to look for it at the Fair, tried a pumpkin, then a turnip, finally a wooden block to replace his missing part. While searching he enjoyed the galety and finally got help from a headstrong freckle-faced boy. Due for a big sale.

ISBN: 1590173325
Publisher: Viking